National Highway 203 (India)(old numbering)

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National Highway 203 marker

National Highway 203
Route information
Length: 97 km (60 mi)
Major junctions
From: Kolkata
To: Bhubaneshwar and Konark
States: West Bengal and Odisha
Highway system

National Highway 203 connects the Golden Triangle of Odisha, City of Temples Bhubaneswar Shree Kshetra Puri and Arka Kshetra Konark in Odisha in India. It passes through Pipili and Puri and covers a total distance of 97 km (Bhubaneswar - Dhauli - Pipili - Puri - Balighai - Konark)[1] It starts at Rasulgarh Chak on NH 5, and forms the boundary of the "planned city" of Bhubaneswar. New Jagannath Sadak connects NH 203 with NH 5 at Rameswar chhaka .

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