Indian and overseas travelers find it enjoyable and interesting to travel via roads and rails as it helps them to behold the true colors of vibrant Indian kaleidoscope.
India has a diverse topography that abounds with snow clad mountains, deserts, beaches, river valleys and hills.
The connectivity to different parts of this country has been made possible by an impressive network of road and railway bridges as some natural boundations have hurdled the mobility of road vehicles and railways.
Here is the list of some famous Indian rail cum road bridges for your kind perusal.
Rajiv Gandhi Sea Link (Bandra-Worli Sea Link)
|Rajiv Gandhi Bridge, Bandra|
|Rajendra Setu - The road cum rail bridge near Mokama in Patna|
|Saraighat Bridge, Guwahati|
|Naranarayana Setu, Assam|
This bridge is 2.5 kilometers long and connects the Pancharatna to the town of Goalpara. The former Prime Minister of India ‘Atal Bihari Vajpayee’ performed the inauguration ceremony of this bridge in 1998.
|Godavari bridge, Rajahmundry|
|Howrah Bridge, Kolkata|
It requires years of construction to construct a solid bridge. Hundreds of workers have put in a lot of hard work to build them. No matter whether these bridges have been built to connect nearby places or far-off destinations, they certainly play an important role in day to day life.