National Highway 14

National Highway 14 links Beawar in Rajasthan with Radhapur in Gujarat. This 450 km-long road spans across southern Rajasthan and northern Gujarat and passes through some major cities and towns on its way.

National Highway 14 starts at Beawar and runs south-west through Bar and Sojat to reach Pali. It then turns south-bound and passes past Ghanerao and Sirohi before leaving Rajasthan near Abu Road. The highway has a total length of 310 km in Rajasthan.

In Gujarat, Amirgadh is the first major settlement one would come across, while traveling along the National Highway 14. From Palanpur, it turns west, runs past Disa, again turns direction to become south-bound and passes through Bhildi and Tara before ending at Radhapur. National Highway 14 traverses a total distance of 140 km in Gujarat.

Updated on 7th June, 2005


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