Not wanting anyone else to experience his loss, Manhji sold his goats, bought a hammer and chisel, and got to work ... single-handedly carving a freaking road into the mountain.
City of Warangal
"I mean, not all once. I took breaks for sex."
For the next 22 years, Manjhi hammered away at the rock and dirt that would eventually come to be known as Dashrath Manjhi Road, a 30-foot-high, 25-foot-wide, and 360-foot-long passage that connected his mountain village to the nearby town of Wazirganj, reducing the previous distance of 45 miles to a mere 4.
What did you make today that can be seen from space?