Indian Roads are always the talk of the town, be it anything or anywhere in India, in a normal or any abnormal scenario, roads are always one of the topic of the conversation or the news coverage.
In India, there is a problem of the roads, be it in the city, or the highways. They are not properly made and then not properly maintained. During the rainy season it becomes impossible to understand where the vehicle is on the road or if there is any road or not because of the water clogging all the time on the road and that is because of the pit holes.
People in India always argue about whether we have pit holes on the road, or it is road of the pit holes. When the condition of the roads is like this, then it is very obvious that it becomes even more difficult to drive and most importantly it becomes more prone to accidents. But there are no such measures that have been taken by any Government what so ever.
Even National Highways are not safe and secured. There are such bad patches that stretches for a very long area going between villages most of the time.
At this condition, the test of the driver is the most important thing. The skills and the patience, everything is tested. Here we are presenting with some of the roads in India, that actually test each and every skill of the driver who claims to be the best. Places like hill stations, tea gardens, places that are too high from the sea level are the places where the driving skills are tested.
The Deadliest and the Most Dangerous Roads In India
1. Kinnaur Road
Kinnaur, is about 235 km (146 mi) from the state capital, Shimla, located in the northeast corner of Himachal Pradesh bordering Tibet to the east.
A mountainous area, ranging in altitude from 2,320 to 6,816 metres (7,612 to 22,362 ft), Kinnaur is one of the smallest districts in India by population. It is famous for the Kinnaur Kailash, a mountain sacred to Hindus, close to the Tibetan border.
2. Keylong Kishtwar Road
Terrifying high mountain trail, with a length of 233 km, located in the Indian state of Himachal Pradesh, linking Keylong and Kishtwar.
It’s incredibly disorienting to look over the edge, or even just to see the valleys a couple thousand feet below you. It’s a mind numbing vertical drop of hundreds of meters so you might want to give it a miss on a windy day.
It’s one of the most dangerous, scary, and exciting road of the world and a true test of your vehicle and your stamina because the road abounds in twists and turns with wheels sometimes hanging above the precipice.