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National Highway 60 (India)(old numbering)

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National Highway 60 (India)(old numbering)


  • NH 60 1
  • Run through 2
  • See also 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5

NH 60

Indian National Highway 60

National Highway 60

Road map of India with National Highway 60 highlighted in blue
Route information
Length: 446 km (277 mi)
GQ: 119 km (74 mi) (Balasore - Kharagpur)
Major junctions
From: Balasore, Odisha at junction of NH 5
  NH 6 at Kharagpur, NH 2 at Raniganj
To: Moregram at junction of NH 34
States: Odisha, West Bengal
Jaleswar - Kharagpur - Medinipur - Bishnupur - Bankura - Raniganj - Suri - Rampurhat
Highway system
NH 59A NH 60A

Run through

National Highway 60 or NH 60 is a National Highway of India that runs from the junction with NH 5 at Balasore to junction with NH 34 at Moregram. It passes through Jaleswar, Dantan, Belda, Narayanpur, Kharagpur, Medinipur, Salboni, Durllabhganj, Bishnupur, Bankura, Gangajalghati, Mejia and Raniganj, Pandaveshwar, Dubrajpur, Suri, Deucha, Mollarpur, Rampurhat, Nalhati.

The SheoraphuliKamarkunduTarakeswarArambagh Road meets NH 60 at Bishnupur and the DurgapurBankura Road (State Highway 9) at Bankura. Total length of NH 60 is 446 km (277 mi) out of which 57 km (35 mi) is in Odisha and 389 km (242 mi) is in West Bengal.[1]

See also


  1. ^ "National Highways and their lengths". Ministry of Road Transport & Highways, Government of India. National Highways Authority of India. Retrieved 2014-02-01. 

External links

  • Chandipur travel guide from Wikivoyage
  • Bishnupur (West Bengal) travel guide from Wikivoyage

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