National Highway No. 5

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National Highway No. 5
National Highway No. 5 Cuttack City Map Puri city Map Srikakulam City Map Tuni City Map Vijaywada City Map Chennai City Map Warangal City Map Bijapur City Map Nagpur City Map Raipur City Map Bilaspur City Map Jabalpur City Map Sambalpur City Map Ranchi City Map Jamshedpur City Map Kolkata City Map NH_6 NH_6 NH_6 NH_43 NH_43 NH_16 NH_202 NH_201 NH-42 NH-41 NH_34 NH_2 NH-33 NH-23 NH_200 NH-78
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National Highway No. 5 Route from Jharpokharia to Chennai

Jharpokharia-->Kuliana-->Baripada-->Betnoti-->Baisinga-->Baleshwar-->Khantapada-->Markuna-->Bhadrak-->Dhanmandal-->Cuttack--> Bhubaneshwar-->Khordha-->Chandpur-->Sunkhala-->Chilika-->Nirmalajhara-->TaloHumma-->Ganjam-->Chhatrapur-->Brahmapur--> Lchchapuram-->Sompeta-->Kasibugga-->Tekkali-->Narasanappeta-->Srikakulam-->Chattram-->Bhimunipatnam-->Anakapalle--> Elamanchaili-->Tuni-->Annavaram-->Somavaram-->Peddapuram-->Rajahmundry-->Alamuru-->Tanuku-->Kaikaram-->Eluru-->Gannavaram -->Vijayawada-->Guntur-->Chilkalurupet-->Maruturu-->Medarametla-->Ongole-->Singarayakonda-->Ulavapad-->Kavali-->Kovur-->Nellore -->Gudur-->Nayudupeta-->Sulurpeta-->Tada-->Gummidipundi-->Cholavaram-->Chennai

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