India will never disappoint you, from astonishing architecture to breathtaking views to Engineering marvels. But how do you define marvel? Something that blew your mind? or something that keeps you wondering how they did that? Well, these engineering marvels are exactly that; they leave you speechless with their unique attributes and features. These man-made wonders will leave you in awe. So, let’s find out about India’s engineering marvels.
Named after the former prime minister of India, the Atal tunnel is the longest in India, above 10000 feet from sea level. Stunning construction reduces the distance between Kalyung and Manali on the way to Leh. Atul tunnel Built as a horse-like structure, the tunnel is constructed in Pir Panjal mountain range. And you know the best part? It has several facilities for travelers with the emergency route and emergency exit for sudden occurrences and a Telephone facility at every 150 meters to fire hydrants every 60 meters. The tunnel is the most organized and best constructed in India.
Bandra Worli Sea link
When Discussing engineering marvels, it’s incomplete without talking about the Bandra Worli sea link. The epitome of engineering marvel in Mumbai connects the western suburbs of Mumbai with Bandra. A 5.6-kilometer bridge is one of a kind cabled bridge that is a ubiquitous symbol for Mumbai. A prominent landmark of the city witnesses thousands of vehicles every day with a stunning ocean view.
Statue of unity
located in Gujrat, Sardar Vallabh Bhai Patel’s statue is the tallest standing statue in the world. Built across the Narmada River with the stunning backdrop of Vindhayachal and Satpura hills, the statue is the pride of India to demonstrate a fearless and integrated India. The Statue of Unity attracts thousands of tourists every year. It took 3000 workers to complete engineering wonder in 57 days.
Pir Panjal railway tunnel
The second-longest railway tunnel in Asia is spread over 11.2 kilometers, located in Jammu & Kashmir. Stretching along the mountain ranges between Baramulla and Qazigund is only a broad range mountain railway tunnel. Connecting Kashmir with all parts of the country has a spectacular structure.
Panval Nadi viaduct Ratnagiri
Panval Nadi viaduct Ratnagiri: Konkan Railways in western India have several bridges, and Panvel Nadi Viaduct is one of them constructed over the Panvel river of Ratnagiri. The most astonishing engineering marvel you will witness in India. The bridge crosses a valley in between two tunnels. Konkan Railway claims it’s taller than Qutub Minar in Delhi. The beautiful Viaduct has managed to seize awards for India’s most unique concrete structure and the USA.
Matrimandir is an edifice that signifies integral yoga. The mother of Sri Aurobindo ashram developed the foundation of Matrimandir. Matrimandir is a Sanskrit word that is known as a mother’s shrine or temple of mother in English. This engineering masterpiece took 37 years to build and is surrounded by 12 discs that reflect sunlight. Dome has four pillars that symbolize Maheshwari, Mahakali, Mahasaraswati, and Mahalakshmi. Stunning marvel is the highlight of Pondicherry.
Pamban Bridge: Pamban bridge is a Railway bridge in south India that connects Pamban Island and the Town of Mandapam. The 100+ years old building opens to allow ferry moments in the sea. The bridge managed to survive a major cyclone, which shows the strength and beauty of the bridge.
Dhola Sadiya Bridge
Located in Assam, Dhola Sadiya is the longest river bridge in India, also known as Bhupen Hazarika Setu. The bridge that connects the statute of Assam and Arunachal Pradesh is a tribute to the Brahmaputra river. Phenomenal man-made marvel facilitates various hydropower projects and border trade with South Asian countries and northeast states.