The Grand Trunk Road is one of Asia's oldest and longest major roads. For more than two millennia, it has linked South Asia with Central Asia
It runs from Chittagong, Bangladeshwest to Howrah, West Bengal in India, then across Northern India through Delhi, passing from Amritsar. From there, the road continues towards Lahore and Peshawar in Pakistan, finally terminating in Kabul, Afghanistan.
It was established by Chandragupta Maurya before 322 BCE.
Length - 2500 m.
In the picture is a scene from the Ambala cantonment during the British Raj.