Border Roads Organization was founded on May 7, 1960 in order to build and maintain the highways and roads of regions that share borders with other nations. There are roads spread across 32,885 km and 12,200 m of permanent bridges near Pakistan, Afghanistan, China, Bhutan, Tibet, Nepal, Myanmar, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh. Their motto- Everything is achievable through hard work speaks volumes for how much the connectivity in places like the interiors of the Ladakh valley has increased. Project Himank is responsible for all progress in this region at Jammu and Kashmir. In fact, they even have a cool, funny and extremely witty way of ensuring that riders and drivers are being their at best safe behavior and following certain rules and conducts of driving at some of the world’s highest motorable roads! Here are 15 signboards that if nothing, are totally cute and serve the purpose of safety on the go. Also Read - First Confirmed Case of Coronavirus in Indian Army As Jawan in Ladakh Tests Positive for COVID-19

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#himank #keepcalm #trafficsign #lowspeed #safetylife

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#Leh-Manali Highway #Leh #Ladakh #IncredibleIndia #Himank #BRO

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