Jammu and Kashmir Road Map


Jammu and Kashmir Road Network Map
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The state of Jammu and Kashmir is popular for its natural beauty and the unending snow capped mountains that trail all along the length and breadth of Jammu and Kashmir.
It is in fact the 6th largest state in India including the land occupied by China and Pakistan. Visiting Jammu and Kashmir is an experience in itself and this tourist paradise on earth provides undeniably rejuvenating cool summers for the Indians as well as foreigners. It is a land of adventurous tourists and also for the leisure travelers.

Road Maps of Jammu and Kashmir



Using a road map of Jammu and Kashmir can be useful as it can help tourists and adventure enthusiasts to reach their destination and also visit important places on the way to the destination. It becomes convenient for the tourists to search short cuts and then take a route that can help them reach fast. Choosing the mode of transport in Jammu and Kashmir is also important as the land is full of hills and rugged mountains along with green pastures and thick green carper.

Jammu and Kashmir Roads



Jammu and Kashmir lies on National Highway number 1-A, and is well connected to various parts of north India. The roads are well made and can last the rough winter weather and the rainy season alike. Due to its importance and proximity to various international borders, the state has been given primary attention due to the sensitivity of the state. There are many roads that connect to the rest of the country like Amritsar that is 243 Kms, Chandigarh is 436 kms, Delhi is 586 kms, Katra is 48 Kms, etc. roads are the important part of staying in touch with the rest of the country and that is why the government is always aware of the conditions of the roads that have to kept in a good condition.

Significance of Good Roads



The state is recognized for its tourism industry and that is why the government of Jammu and Kashmir has taken great efforts to build good roads and provide a good route for travelers.
There are many places of interest to visit, which need a good road connection so that people can reach the place safely without getting tired. Roads also mean good business. Only if the state has good roads, will there be a good trade among other cities and states. Due to the extreme weather climate in Jammu and Kashmir, the roads have to be kept in good conditions as there are many landslides taking place during the rainy season. And the winter season faces road blocks due to snow fall and vehicles cannot move.

All this has to be taken care by the Government, which they are doing on a large scale. Due to the improving conditions in Jammu and Kashmir, improved infrastructure and modes of road transport can be seen in the state. Rough and rugged roads are getting converted to tar roads and many rural places are being connected to bigger cities so that development takes places at all the corners of the state.


Last Updated on : 5 March 2013









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