National Highway 183 (India)

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National Highway 183
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Length350 km (220 mi)
Major junctions
From Dindigul, Tamil Nadu [1]
Major intersectionsNH83-IN.svg NH 83, Dindigul
NH85-IN.svg NH 85, Kumily
NH183A-IN.svg NH 183A, Vandiperiyar
SH 1, Kottayam
NH183A-IN.svg NH 183A, Bharanikkavu
NH66-IN.svg NH 66, Kollam
To Kollam City, Kerala
States Tamil Nadu: 134km [1]
Kerala: 216km [1]
Dindigul, Theni, Uthamapalayam, Cumbum, Kumily Peermade, Kanjirapally, Pampady, Kottayam,Changanacherry, Thiruvalla,Chengannur, Kollakadavu, Charummoodu, Bharanikkavu, Kundara, Anchalumoodu, Kollam
Highway system
NH83-IN.svg NH 83 NH66-IN.svg NH 66

National Highways 183 (NH 183) is located in India. It connects Kollam High school Jn in Kerala with Dindigul in Tamil Nadu. [2] Starting from Kollam it runs northwards and turns east at Kottayam and runs along the northern border of Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary before crossing the border into Tamil Nadu and end near Dindigul, where it joins NH 83(Coimbatore - Nagapattinam). This highway was previously known as NH 220.





Tamil Nadu

GudalurCumbumUthamapalayam, ChinnamanurVirapandiTheni, PeriyakulamDevadanapattiBatlagunduDindigul. [3]

National Highway 183A

A new highway National Highway 183A (India) was declared in March 2014 which runs from Panmana Titanium Junction in (near Kollam) to Mundakkayam via Thevalakkara - Kovoor - Sasthamkotta - Bharanikavu- Kadampanad - Manakkala - Adoor - AnandapallyThattayilKaipattoorOmalloorPathanamthittaMylapraKumplampoikaVadasserikaraPerunadLahai - Plappally - Kanamala - Mukkoottuthara - Erumeli - Mundakkayam. This highway is a shorter route to Vandiperiyar from Adoor via, Kaipattoor, Pathanamthitta rather than the long route from Kottayam.

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