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National Highway 215 (India)(old numbering)

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National Highway 215 (India)(old numbering)

Indian National Highway 215
215

National Highway 215

Route information
Length: 348 km (216 mi)
Major junctions
From: Panikoili, Odisha
  At Kendujhargarh junction with NH 6
At Parsora junction with NH 75
To: Rajamunda, Odisha
Location
States: Odisha: 348 km
Primary
destinations:
Panikoili - Anandapur - Ghatgaon - Kendujhargarh - Parsora - Koira - Rajamunda
Highway system

National Highway 215 or NH 215 connects Panikoili and Rajamunda in Odisha state, India. The total length of the highway is 348 km.This is a busy highway for transportation of iron ore in Odisha state.

Route

See also

References

External links

  • National Highways in Orissa


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