These Are The Last Places in India You Need to Visit in 2022

Last Places in India

If there is one thing anyone can assure you, it is this. When it comes to travel to India, you will never complain of boredom as India is full of many exciting tourist spots, some of which border on the bizarre!

Then here’s something you will surely find interesting. In India, there are things and places known as the last places of India, which suggests that although the world does not end, they are the last at the borders of the country. People through their creativity and love of travel have made these places famous which also attracted people from all corners of the country. Have a look:

Last Railway Station of India

Singhabad, built in the Habibpur area of ​​the Malda district of West Bengal, is India’s oldest and last railway station, located on the border with Bangladesh. This station built before independence is the same to this day. After this, there are no other railway stations in India.

To the south, Kanyakumari is the last railway station, while in the east, it is Ledo on a branch line from Tinsukia. India’s northernmost railway station is Baramulla in Jammu and Kashmir, and the westernmost is Naliya in Bhuj in Gujarat.

Last village of India

Chitkul is originally the last inhabited village on the Indo-Tibetan and Chinese border, but the village of Mana located in Uttarakhand is officially recognized as “the last village of India”. It is located in the Chamoli district.

Mana village is one of the best tourist attractions near Badrinath. It is only 3 km from the city of Badrinath. The city is located on the banks of the Saraswati River. It is located at a height of about 3219 meters. The city is surrounded by the hills of the Himalayas. The months of May to June are the high season to visit Badrinath and Mana Village, although it is still accessible until early November.

Last Shop of India ‘Hindustan Ki Antim Dukan’

“Hindustan ki Antim Dukan” – The name of the shop is also its meaning because it is literally the last shop on the Indochina border on the Indian side of the Indochina border in the Chamoli district of Uttarakhand.

According to a tweet shared by The Better India, “This tea shop is run by Chander Singh Badwal, who first opened a tea shop in the village about 25 years ago.”

The small shop stands at a height of approximately 3,118 meters and is the last tea stall in India located in the picturesque Himalayas. The shop is literally a few meters from the Chinese border.

India’s last beach

Kanyakumari beach is the most beautiful and the last beach in India. In addition to local food, you can also enjoy panoramic views here.

This place is the union of the three seas: the Arabian Sea, the Bay of Bengal and the Indian Ocean. it is an important place in the history of India and is a well known pilgrimage site. While in Kanyakumari, don’t forget to watch the sunset.

Last road of India or last land of India

Dhanushkodi is known as the last land of India, and there is such a road, which is called the last road of India. Sri Lanka is only 31 kilometers away from this road to Dhanushkodi.

Dhanushkodi is an abandoned town on the southeastern tip of Pamban Island in India’s Tamil Nadu state. It is located southeast of Pamban and is approximately 24 kilometers west of Talaimannar, Sri Lanka. The city was destroyed in the 1964 cyclone Rameswaram and later remains uninhabited. The city of Dhanushkodi is believed to be the place where Lord Rama ordered Lord Hanumana to build a bridge that could take his army to Sri Lanka, where Sita had been held captive by the Demon King Ravana.

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