National Highway 52 (India)
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Schematic map of National Highways in India
|Length||2,317 km (1,440 mi)|
National Highway 52 (NH 52), Sangrur, Punjab to Ankola, Karnataka , is a National Highway in India. The old highway numbered NH-63 was from Ankola in Karnataka state to Gooty in Andhra pradesh state. After rationalisation of numbers ofnational highways in India (Bharat) in 2010,So change in numbering of national highway ( NH ). The highway 52 starts at the junction of National Highway 66 (old number NH-17)at Ankola and moves up to Arebail ghat of Western ghats and then to Yellapura and further to Hubbali (Hubli).
In the order of travel from north to south:
- Ramgarh, Sikar
- National Highway 66 (India)
- National Highway 75 (India)
- National Highway 73 (India)
- National Highway 169 (India)
- National Highway 275 (India)
- "Rationalisation of Numbering Systems of National Highways" (PDF). New Delhi: Department of Road Transport and Highways. Retrieved 3 April 2012.
- "Arebail Ghat". The New Indian Express. Retrieved 30 April 2019.
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