The Border Roads Organisation (BRO) started Project Himank in August 1985 with the mandate to contruct, repair and maintain some of the highest motorable roads in India across the Khardung La, Tanglang La and Chang La passes.
Himank’s personnel battle tough terrain, extreme climatic conditions and really tight dead-lines to keep Ladakh connected with the rest of India. But apparently, their jobs haven’t robbed them of their sense of humour. If you ever had up that way, you’ll discover that the dudes who work in project Himank have put up some really funny and occasionally, really deep road signs.
1. See, here’s a really deep one.
2. Amen to that.
3. Hehe. You see what they did there?
4. And here? Guess the Himank guys really like their innuendos.
5. Why isn’t the guy who wrote this in advertising?
6. Thanks guys. Now, I’m confused.
7. Again with the curves.
9. Damn right. And by the way, this means two things.
10. A message from a married man.
Aur hain Jammu Kashmir ma Traffic IG aaj kal Basant Rath Sa’ab hain.