Bridges used in olden days
In olden days people in remote areas used to make small bridges locally known as 'Fadkay' in local language Nepali ,the primary language of the Nepalese people [फडके ] for communication.The first image is located at Bijanbari a beautiful place in the outskirts of Darjeeling [West Bengal,India;Distance from Darjeeling-35 km].The bridge is made p of bamboo having width of around 3-4 ft and length around 12-14 ft.This type of bridges were made during
During those days this type of bridges were built in several ways,it was made from bamboo and woods as well, it still exists in few areas of Darjeeling and its surrounding areas.
The second image is of another bridge made from wood,this place is known as Sirikhola Daragaon falls under the jurisdiction of Darjeeling Pulbazar Development Block.[District Darjeeling ,West Bengal, India] .
Sirikhola Daragaon is also famous for trekking,as the place is just below the Sandakfu which is the highest peak of West Bengal.
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