Indian National Highways

NH No Passing Rout Length (Km)
1 Delhi - Ambala - Jalandhar - Amritsar - Indo-Pak Border 456
2 Delhi - Mathura - Agra - Kanpur - Allahabad - Varanasi - Mohania - Barhi - Palsit - Baidyabati Bara - Calcutta 1,490
3 Agra - Gwalior - Shivpuri - Indore - Dhule - Nasik - Thane - Mumbai 1,161
4 Junction with NH 3 near Thane - Pune - Belgaum - Hubli - Bangalore - Ranipet - Chennai 1,235
5 Junction with NH 6 near Baharagora - Cuttack - Bhubaneswar - Vishakhapatnam - Vijayawada - Chennai 1,533
6 Surat - Dhule - Nagpur - Raipur - Sambalpur - Baharagora - Calcutta 1,932
7 Varanasi - Mangawan - Rewa - Jabalpur - Lukhna - don Nagpur - Hyderabad - Kurnool -Babgalore - Krissnagiri - Salem - Dindigul - Madurai - Kanyakumari 2,369
8 Delhi - Jaipur - Ajmer - Udaipur - Ahmadabad - Vadodara - Mumbai 1,428
9 Pune - Sholapur - Hyderabad - Vijayawada 791
10 Delhi - Fazilka - Indo - Pak border 403
11 Agra - Jaipur - Bikaner 582
12 Jabalpur - Bhopal - Khilchipur - Aklera - Jhalawar - Kota - Bundi - Devil - Tonk - Jaipur 491
13 Sholapur - Chitradurga 491
14 Beawar - Sirohi - Radhanpur 450
15 Pathankot - Amritsar - Bhatinda - Ganganagar - Bikaner - Jaisalmer - Barmer - Samakhiali (near Kandla) 1,526
16 Nizamabad - Mancherel - Jagadalpur 460
17 Panvel - Mahad - Panaji - karwar - Mangalore - Cannore - Calicut (kozhikode) - Ferokh - Kuttipuram - Pudu Ponnani - Chowghat - Cranganur Junction with National Highways No.7 near Edapally 1,269
18 Junction with National Highway No.7 near Kurnool - Nandyal - Cuddapah -Junction with National Highway No.4 near Chittoor 369
19 Ghazipur - Balia - Patna 240
20 Pathankot - Mandi 220
21 Junction with National Highway No.22 near Chandigarh - Ropar - Bilaspur - Mandi Kullu - Manali 323
22 Ambala - Kalka - Shimla - Narkanda - Rampur - Chini Indo - Tibet border near Shipki La 459
23 Chas - Ranchi - Rourkela - Talcher Junction with National Highway No 42 549
24 Delhi - Bareilly - Lucknow 438
25 Lucknow - Kanpur - Jhansi - Shivpuri 319
26 Jhansi - Lakhnadon 396
27 Allahabad - Mangawan 93
28 Junction with National Highway No. 31 near Barauni - Muzaffarpur - Pipra Gorakhpur - Lucknow 570
29 Gorakhpur - Ghazipur - Varanasi 230
30 Junction with National Highway No.2 near Mohania - Patna - Bachtivarpur 230
31 Junction with National Highway No.2 near Barhi - Bakhtiarpur - Mokameh - Purnea - Dalkola - Salmara - Nalbari Charali Aminagaon Junction with Nationl Highway No. 37 1,125
32 Junction with National highway No.2 near Gobindpur - Dhanbad - Jamshedpur 179
33 Junction with National highway No.2 near Barhi - Ranchi Junction With national Highway No.6 near Baharagora 352
34 Junction with National highway No.31 near Dalkoa - Berhampore - Barasat - Calcutta 443
35 Barasat - Bangaon - Indo- Bangladesh Border 61
36 Nowgong - Dabaka - Dimapur (Manipur Road) 170
37 Junction with National Highway No.31 near Goalpara - Guahati - Jorabat - Kamargaon - Makum - Saikhoaghat 680
38 Makum - Ledo - Lekhapani 54
39 Numaligarh - Imphal - Palel - Indo - Burma Border 436
40 Jorabat - Shillong - Indo - Bangladesh Border near Dawki 161
41 Junction with National Highway No.6 near Kolaghat - Haldia Port 51
42 Junction with National Highway No. 6 near Sambalpur - Angul Junction with NationalHighway No. 5 near Cuttack 261
43 Raipur - Vizianagaram Junction with National Highway No. 5 551
44 Shillong - Passi Badarpur - Agartala - Sabroom 630
45 Chennai - Tiruchirapalli - Dindigul 387
46 Krishnagiri - Ranipet 132
47 Salem - Coimbatore - Trichur - Ernakulam - Trivandrum - Kanniyakumari 640
48 Bangalore - Hassan - Mangalore 328
49 Cochin - Madurai - Dhanushkodi - 440
50 Nasik - Junction with National Highway No.4 near Pune 192
51 Paikan - Tura - Dulu 149
52 Baihata - Charali - Tezpur - Bander Dewa - North Lakhimpur - Pasighat - Tezu - Sitapani Junction with National Highway No.37 near Saikhoaghat 850
53 Junction with National Highway No.44 near Badarpur - Jirighat Imphal - Silchar 320
54 Silchar - Aizawl - Tuipang 560
55 Siliguri - Darjeeling 77
56 Lucknow - Varanasi 285

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