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5 Most Deadliest Roads in India

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Roads have been the busiest source of transportation. Many people travel through roads to reach their destination. There are some roads that are called as ‘roads to hell’ due to their shape. Every year in India, many people die in road accidents. Some are killed due to their own mistakes, while some lose their life due to these furious roads. Here are five of the deadliest roads in the country:
5. Rohtang Pass in Himachal Pradesh: The road is in Manali town of northern Indian state Himachal Pradesh. The road is situated more than 13,000 feet above the sea level. Mud and snow on the road make things difficult for a driver. OMGVIS0608-54. Koli Hills Road in Tamil Nadu: If you want to test your driving skills, you must go through the road in Kolli Hills of southeast Indian state Tamil Nadu. About 70 hairpin bends on the road are the reasons people call it ‘Mountains of Death’.OMGVIS0608-43. Keylong – Kishtwar Road in Himachal Pradesh: The narrow road is among the scariest highways around the world. You cannot drive a lorry on this road unless you have driving experience of many years. OMGVIS0608-32. Nathu La in Sikkim: The mountain pass situated in the Himalayas is known for connecting the small state in northwest India, Sikkim to China. Snowfall during winters and landslides on the road test the skills of a driver. OMGVIS0608-21. Khardung La in Jammu and Kashmir: The mountain pass is situated in the Ladakh region of the Jammu and Kashmir state. According to Guinness book of world records, the road is the highest motor-able road on the planet.   OMGVIS0608-1

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