Bird’s eye view of India’s last road

A video capturing the mesmerising ariel view of India’s last road in Dhanushkodi, Tamil Nadu, has been shared by the official X page of the Government of India.

Captured by Mr Thirumala Sanchari, it showcases the road to Arichal Munai, which is regarded as south India’s last road, reported NDTV.

“Behold the breathtaking beauty! Feast your eyes on the mesmerising view of India’s last road at Dhanushkodi, Tamil Nadu,” read the caption.

Viewers were captivated by the scenic beauty.

A user commented on X: “Vehicles should be banned except for small electric ones to preserve the area.”

Many others termed the video “beautiful” and “breathtaking”.

Dhanushkodi is widely regarded as one of the most beautiful and iconic locations in India.

The road carries significance as Sri Lanka is a mere 18km away.

Visitors can explore the area on four-wheelers or autorickshaws from Rameswaram, en route to Ram Setu (Adam’s Bridge), where the Bay of Bengal meets the Indian Ocean.

For an added adventure, people can take the scenic train ride on the Rameswaram-Chennai Express across the Pamban Bridge from mainland Tamil Nadu.

Dhanushkodi, located at the southernmost tip of Rameswaram Island, is commonly referred to as Land’s End in India.

It was once a thriving town complete with a railway station, post office and other amenities.

However, it was destroyed by a catastrophic cyclone in 1964, and is now known as a ghost town, according to the Times of India.

Indo-Asian News Service


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