|Length:||171 km (106 mi)|
|From:||Panagarh on NH 2|
|To:||Morgram on NH 34|
Panagarh–Morgram Highway runs from the junction with NH 2 at Panagarh Darjeeling Mor to NH 34 at Morgram. It passes through Kanksa, Ilambazar, Hetampur, Dubrajpur, Suri, Rampurhat, Nalhati and Lohapur. It is mostly a two lane (30 feet wide) highway with a total length of 171 kilometres (106 mi). Panagarh to Suri is 71 kilometres (44 mi) and Suri to Morgram is 100 kilometres (62 mi).
At Ilambazar it meets the Bolpur-Santiniketan Road. A little after Ilambazar it meets the road from Jaydev Kenduli, 7 kilometres (4.3 mi) off the highway. At Dubrajpur it meets two roads – one coming from Raniganj Punjabi Mor and an alternative road coming from Suri via Bakreshwar. At Suri, the headquarters of Birbhum district, several roads converge – one from Bolpur-Santiniketan, one from Sainthia, and an alternative road from Dubrajpur via Bakreshwar, which also branches off to Rajnagar(SH-6). The road to Massanjore Dam meets it after crossing the Tilpara Barrage. Tarapith is 12 kilometres (7.5 mi) off the highway and the Tarapith Road meets it just before Rampurhat.
The highway crosses Ajay River just before entering Ilambazar, Bakreshwar River after Dubrajpur, goes over the Tilpara Barrage across the Mayurakshi River, Dwarka River before Rampurhat and the Brahmani river before Nalhati.
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- Santiniketan travel guide from Wikivoyage
- Kendubillo travel guide from Wikivoyage
- Bakreshwar travel guide from Wikivoyage
- Massanjore travel guide from Wikivoyage
- Tarapith travel guide from Wikivoyage