Even regular Indian roads that you and me ride or drive in everyday are “killer” roads to the western eye. Yes, even regular roads kill, but here’s a road that is exponentially riskier. Charanpreet Singh, a techie turned landscape photographer, rides a Royal Enfield Thunderbird 350. And in his pursuit to photograph one of the world’s most beautiful landscapes in the Himalayas, regularly rides through roads that are deemed to be the most dangerous in the world. This road, rather a dirt track that’s carved into the mountains, runs from Killar to Kishtwar in the Pangi valley, Himachal Pradesh. Here’s a view.
Oh, and this man’s even shot a video to give you a life like experience. Watch, gasp, and then share.
And here’s one more video, which shows a stream across the road…
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