1 Bandra Worli Sea LinkBandra Worli Sea Link is the longest bridge in India and secures top position in this list. Officially known as Rajiv Gandhi Sea Link, the bridge was built on the Mahim Bay with a length of 5600 m (18400 ft). This eight-lane cable-stayed bridge is developed to ease the notorious traffic jam of Mumbai and connects western suburbs (Bandra) to South Mumbai (Worli). It took 10 years to build the bridge and about $325 million.
2 Mahatma Gandhi SetuMahatma Gandhi Setu is the second longest bridge in India. This 5.6 km (18372 ft) long river bridge over the river Ganges connects Patna with Hazipur and is considered as the lifeline between the state capital and the northern Bihar. It has a length of 5,575 m stretched over 48 pilers. It consists of 46 spans of 121 m each and 2 spans of 63.53 m at each end. The bridge is one of the major tourist attraction of the state.