The End Roads of India

If we say people are living life at their edges, the last roads of India are what we literally mean!

We’re sure you have travelled to numerous mountains and beaches, but how about taking you on a tour of the end roads of India, which we bet you have never heard of. So this time, let us travel virtually to discover these last-edged villages which are less explored, but in them are a sheer beauty.

Dhanushkodhi, Tamil Nadu

This place is located in the South-eastern part of Tamandu and is popularly known as the ghost town.  it is just at the border of this state and it is only 31 km in distance from Sri Lanka.  the place can offer you beautiful beaches to visit and people can also witness the Rama’s Bridge here. Rameshwaram is just a few kilometres from this place so if you are planning to visit Rameshwaram you are advised to take a day tour to Dhanushkodhi. In case you are still not impressed by this place let us inform you this is the place where Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam the Missile Man of India grew up

Dhordo, Rann of Kutchh

Dhordo Is a small village amidst the white sand desert Of Gujarat, specifically indicated in the Rann of Kutchh.  This last village in the west of the country has now become popular for the RannUtsav which takes place every year.  Apart from the Rann, Dhordo is also a must-visit because of the beautiful other sightseeing places around this village.  You can find this place at the last edge of the Indo-Pak border while having a view of some native houses.

Dong, Arunachal Pradesh

Located on the easternmost border of the country long is a small village in Arunachal Pradesh.  Specifically, it is located at a point in which the borders of China, Myanmar, and India meet. Another interesting fact about this beautiful village is that it is near the Lohit river which is around 1240 meters above sea level. Visiting this beautiful scenic place, the Dong Valley will be a great treat for nature lovers. And we’re quite sure the picturesque landscapes of the village will leave you awestruck.

Mana, Uttarakhand

The last human habitat in Uttarakhand is Mana which is situated around 43 km away from the border.  if you are planning to visit the valley of flowers is the Badrinath Temple you could add Mana to your list and visit this beautiful place which will welcome you with its hoarding “The Last Indian Village”.  The beautiful Himalayas surrounding the village is something you might be looking for when while planning your next mountain trip.

Did you decide yet, from which last edge of the place would you like to start?

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