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National Highway 59 (India)(old numbering)

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National Highway 59 (India)(old numbering)

Indian National Highway 59

National Highway 59

Route information
Length: 1,735.5 km (1,078.4 mi)
Major junctions
West end: Ahmedabad, Gujarat
East end: Gopalpur, Odisha
States: Gujarat: 221 km (137 mi)
Madhya Pradesh: 129 km (80 mi)
Odisha: 438 km (272 mi)
Godhra, Jhabua, Rajgarh, Ghat Bilod, Raipur, Nuapada, Kharial, Titlagarh, Belgan, Baliguda, Surada, Asika, Hinjilicut, Brahmapur, Gopalpur
Highway system
NH 58 NH 59A

National Highway 59 (NH 59) is a National Highway in India that connects Ahmedabad in Gujarat, Indore with Madhya Pradesh. Now this route elongate from Indore to Raipur in Chhattisgarh and to the last end Gopalpur in Odisha. It covers a distance of 1,735.5 km (1,078.4 mi) of which 221 km (137 mi) is in Gujarat, 129 km (80 mi) is in Madhya Pradesh and 438 km (272 mi) is in Odisha.[1] [2]

The route from Ahmedabad to Indore is a difficult journey. The stretch of the route from Godhra to Indore is particularly filled with many potholes, abandoned construction zones, and segments that are entirely impossible to drive. One can expect the journey from Ahmedabad to Indore to take a full day. If possible, it makes more sense to fly or take a train from Ahmedabad to Indore. Driving is NOT advisable on this route.



Madhya Pradesh


See also


  1. ^ "National Highways Starting and Terminal Stations". Ministry of Road Transport & Highways. Retrieved 2012-12-02. 
  2. ^ "National Highways and their lengths".  

External links

  • [1] Driving Directions NH

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