India is a vast country with thousands of villages and cities. Roads work to connect these villages. Before reaching the destination, you have to pass through roads and these also create many memories for you. There are many national highways built in the country which make travel easy and reflect the progress of the country. Most of the national highways are maintained by the National Highway Authority of India (NHAI). Today in this episode, we are going to give you information about some of the best highways in the country which make the journey memorable and beautiful. Along with spectacular views, you also get great locations to click pictures. Let us know about these highways...

Rameshwaram Pamban Bridge
Pamban Bridge is truly a unique structure made by man. It connects the far southern part of India with Rameshwaram Island. It is also known as Madurai Rameshwaram Road. Pamban Bridge gives you one of the best views of India. This highway is flat and straight and in most of its parts you can see the sea on both sides. You will never want this journey to end. It is known as NH 49 whose length is 2,065 kilometers.

Delhi to Chennai
The third largest national highway in the country is NH-48. The total length of this highway is approximately 2,807 kilometers. It passes through the Indian capital Delhi and ends in Chennai, South India. It passes through the states of Haryana, Gujarat, Maharashtra, Karnataka and Tamil Nadu, etc.

Tamil Nadu to Kanyakumari
The approximately 3,745 km long NH 44 was earlier known as NH 7. This is the largest highway in the country. This highway connects about 21 major cities in the country. This highway starts from Kanyakumari in Tamil Nadu and ends in Srinagar in Jammu and Kashmir. It passes through Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Punjab, Haryana, Telangana, Karnataka and Tamil Nadu.

Mumbai - Pune Expressway
This highway has the distinction of being the oldest highway in India. Its beauty is unmatched. If you look at its construction, you will never get tired of praising it. One thing that makes this expressway most special is that at various places you will find many signboards on which many things are written, which you will be thrilled to read. If you are thinking of driving your car on this highway, then we suggest that you wake up early in the morning and set out on this highway journey to avoid the heavy traffic. Remember a good sport will enhance your journey so it would be better if you travel on this highway in a sports car. You will find many petrol pumps and dhabas on this highway which will make your journey even more memorable.

Chennai-Puducherry Highway
It is also known as East Coast Road. Chennai-Puducherry Highway is a suitable route for travelers who want to see far-reaching views. This highway runs parallel to the Bay of Bengal and what more could a traveler want than this? The journey of this highway takes you through the calm sea, its cool breeze, and pine trees. When you reach Puducherry here, believe me, you never forget the fun of the journey.

Bhiwandi to Nashik
Bhiwandi is a small town located at a distance of 20 kilometers from Mumbai, the capital of Maharashtra, and 15 kilometers from Thane. This place is also known for its dusty warehouses, but here we are talking about the road that connects Bhiwandi to Nashik, which is known as the liquor capital. If we call this road a trio of thrill, speed, and interest, then it will enhance the dignity of this road even more. Wide corners, ample width, and newly constructed roads are the major attractions of this highway.

Guwahati to Tawang
This is a road journey of 520 kilometers which refreshes you. Most journeys to the mountains have their beauty and the journey from Guwahati to Tawang leaves you with one such magical feeling. The stretches here are full of incredible views and some even look extremely dangerous towards the hairpins. You have to be extremely careful while driving here. Every Indian and foreigner requires an Inner Line Permit for their visit to Arunachal.

Ahmedabad to Vadodara
A journey of 90 kilometers in just one hour is probably so much Just by listening to it, you get thrilled and you are forced to think about what would a road be like which can make your long distances easy and accessible in such a short time. So let us tell you that this road between Ahmedabad and Vadodara is the fastest in India. The smoothness and stretch of this road make it the first choice of drivers and make them experience a different pleasure. If you are fond of quiet driving then remember this road is just for you.

Bangalore to Ooty
If you are a nature lover then you will like to go on this highway from Bengaluru to Ooty. It is one of the most spectacular scenic roads in India and is also famous for its 36 hairpin turns. While traveling on this highway, you also see a series of tall trees. This road also takes you to the famous Madumalai National Park, so you can also make a stop here to enjoy the beauty of nature and the local wildlife.

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