National Highway 6
|Part of AH1 AH2|
|Length||667 km (414 mi)|
|South end||Zokhawthar India/Myanmar border|
|States||Meghalaya, Assam, Mizoram|
National Highway 6, commonly referred to as NH 6, is a primary national highway in India. The highway passes through the Indian states of Meghalaya, Assam, and Mizoram. Before renumbering of national highways NH-6 was variously numbered as old national highways 40, 44, 154 & 54.
NH6 links Jorabat, Shillong, Jowai, Badarpur, Panchgram, Kolasib, Kanpui, Aizawl, Seling, Lumtui, Khawthlir, Tuisen, Neihdawn, Champhai and terminates near Zokhawthar at India/Myanmar border. In sept 2008, a 120 meter long tunnel was built at Sonapur in Meghalaya inside the Narpuh Sanctuary northwest of Silchar, it connects Meghalaya with Assam's Barak Valley in Meghalaya's southeast.
Jorabat to Shillong stretch of National Highway 6 is part of Asian Highway 1 and Asian Highway 2.