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roadways in india before world war 2

There was no major road network in India before World War 2. A few roads linked major cities and ports, but most trade was done by rivers and sea. The Grand Trunk Road, a major artery connecting Delhi and Calcutta, was the most important route in Northern India. Other roads over the Himalayas, such as the Great Himalayan Road, connected Kashmir with the provinces of Tibet in the east, and the Shivalik Hills Road connected Ambala with Simla. The Indian stretch of the Berlin-Baghdad highway was also a major trade route.

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