The last road of India will win your heart and mind with its beauty, people compared it with ‘Shivling’

By Rishu Bhardwaj February 7, 2024 2:21 PM IST

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Although many videos go viral on social media, there are some videos which do not satisfy people after watching them once. People like to watch this scene again and again. One such video is currently going viral on social media. The Government of India shared this video from its official X (formerly Twitter) handle and wrote, ‘Look at the breathtaking beauty. See with your own eyes the mesmerizing view of India’s last road in Dhanushkodi, Tamil Nadu. The credit of the video in the post has been given to Thirumala Sanchari. Till the time of writing this video, more than 9 thousand people have watched this video.

Watch that viral video here

What did people say?

After seeing this mesmerizing sight, a user wrote – To preserve the area, vehicles other than small electric vehicles should be banned. One user wrote – It looks like a grand Shivling, Har Har Mahadev. Not only this, after watching the video, Thirumala Sanchari also commented and wrote, ‘Thank you very much for sharing my Insta reel. I really appreciate the support and recognition. Let us tell you that the video of the last road of India was recorded by Thirumala Sanchari. You can see in the post that the Government of India has also given him credit for the video.

How can you reach Dhanushkodi?

If you want to visit Dhanushkodi and see the last road of India then road and train route would be best. The nearest railway station here is Rameshwaram which is 18 km away from here. There are regular buses running from Rameshwaram to reach this place by road. If you are going to Dhanushkodi in your personal vehicle then this will be the easiest way.

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