National Highway 14 (India)

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National Highway 14 marker

National Highway 14
Route information
Length: 306 km (190 mi)
Major junctions
From: Morgram
To: Kharagpur
Highway system

National Highway 14 (NH 14) is a National Highway in India.[1] It runs from Morgram to Kharagpur in the Indian state of West Bengal.


NH 14 originates from its junction with NH 12 (old number NH 34) at Morgram in Murshidabad district and passes through Nalhati, Rampurhat, Mahammad Bazar, Tilpara Barrage across Mayurakshi River, Siuri, Dubrajpur (all in Birbhum district), Pandabeshwar, Raniganj (both in Bardhaman district), Mejia, Durlavpur, Gangajalghati, Bankura, Bheduasole, Onda, Bishnupur (all in Bankura district), Garbeta, Salboni and Midnapore (all in Paschim Medinipur district) before terminating at its junction with NH 16 (old number NH 5) near Kharagpur.[1][2]


NH 14 has several junctions:[3]
1. State Highway 7 (West Bengal) at Nalhati.
2. State Highway 11 (West Bengal) at Mahammad Bazar.
3. State Highway 6 (West Bengal) at Suri.
4. State Highway 14 (West Bengal) at Dubrajpur 5. National Highway 19 (India) at Punjabi Morh, Raniganj.
6. Common route with State Highway 8 (West Bengal) between Gangajalghati and Bankura.
7. Common route with State Highway 9 (West Bengal) between Bikna and Gobindpur.
8. State Highway 2 (West Bengal) at Bankura and Bishnupur.
9. State Highway 4 (West Bengal) at Chandrakona Road.
10. State Highway 7 (West Bengal) at Midnapore.

See also[edit]


  1. ^ a b "Rationalisation of Numbering Systems of National Highways" (PDF). New Delhi: Department of Road Transport and Highways. Retrieved 3 April 2012. 
  2. ^ Google maps
  3. ^ Google maps

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