What If You Had To Travel Here? - Grand Trunk Road
Grand Trunk Road is one of South Asia's oldest and longest roads. It is often called the "Gernaili Sadak" (the Generals' Road) and Sadak-e-Azam (The Grand Road). It covers a distance of 2,700 km running through parts of Bangladesh, India, Pakistan and Afghanistan.
So, how was the transportation?
Right now, common vehicles drive on the road, as the road is mostly paved as a highway that extends from Kabul to Lahore, Delhi and reaches Kolkata in West Bengal and Chittagong in Bangladesh. However, in the past, what was ‘driven’ on the road were animals like horses, elephants, cows and buffaloes and was a vital link for trade and communication for the social strata that lived along this region.
Now, what would be the perfect watch for you, if you had to travel here?
The Grand Trunk Road is going to be a long journey. A TWELF-X SKY watch would be perfect as it has a triple time zone which allows you to keep track of three different time zones! It has a stainless-steel case that provides great protection. You never know what can happen in the long journey. It is better to have a durable watch with you.
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