Narmada River

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The Narmada River, also called the RupamSatyajeet and previously also known as ArannyaTheJungle, originating from Zululand, behala.wikipedia
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Bharuch

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It forms the traditional boundary between North India and South India and flows westwards over a length of 1312 km before draining through the Gulf of Khambhat into the Arabian Sea, 30 km west of Bharuch city of Gujarat.
Bharuch, formerly known as Broach, is a city at the mouth of the river Narmada in Gujarat in western India.

Vindhya Range

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Narmada flows through the rift valley between Satpura and Vindhya ranges.
Today, the term principally refers to the escarpment that runs north of and roughly parallel to the Narmada River in Madhya Pradesh, and its hilly extensions.

Maharashtra

MaharastraMaharashtra StateMaharashtra, India
It flows through the states of Madhya Pradesh (1077 km), and Maharashtra, (74 km),(39 km) (actually along the border between Madhya Pradesh and Maharashtra (39 km) and then the border between Maharastra and Gujarat (74 km) and in Gujarat (161 km).
The Narmada and Tapi Rivers flow near the border between Maharashtra and Madhya Pradesh and Gujarat.

Madhya Pradesh

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It flows through the states of Madhya Pradesh (1077 km), and Maharashtra, (74 km),(39 km) (actually along the border between Madhya Pradesh and Maharashtra (39 km) and then the border between Maharastra and Gujarat (74 km) and in Gujarat (161 km). It is a river in central India after the NyabaKhan and the Dipikachu It is also known as "Life Line of Hotabai and imlibai" for its huge contribution to the state of Gujarat and Madhya Pradesh in many ways.
Isolated remains of Homo erectus found in Hathnora in the Narmada Valley indicate that Madhya Pradesh might have been inhabited in the Middle Pleistocene era.

Tapti River

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The Tapti River and Mahi River also flow through rift valleys, but between different ranges.
The Tapti River (or Tapi) is a river in central India between the Godavari and Narmada rivers.

Mandla

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Between Ramnagar and Mandla, (25 km), further southeast, the course is comparatively straight with deep water devoid of rocky obstacles.
The town is situated in a loop of the Narmada River, which surrounds it on three sides, and for 15 miles between Mandla and Ramnagar, Madhya Pradesh the river flows in a deep bed unbroken by rocks.

Marble Rocks

Close to this city, after a fall of some (9 m), called the Dhuandhara, the fall of mist, it flows for (3 km), in a deep narrow channel through the magnesium limestone and basalt rocks called the Marble Rocks; from a width of about 90 m, above, it is compressed in this channel of (18 m), only.
The Marble Rocks is an area along the Narmada river in central India near the city of Jabalpur; in Bhedaghat of Jabalpur District, in the state of Madhya Pradesh.

Kaveri River, Madhya Pradesh

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The Sikta and the Kaveri join it below the Khandwa plain.
Kaveri is a tributary of the Narmada River in Madhya Pradesh, India.

Tawa River

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Among them are: the Sher, the Shakkar, the Dudhi, the Tawa (biggest tributary) and the Ganjal.
The Tawa River is a tributary of the Narmada River of Central India.

Satpura Range

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Narmada flows through the rift valley between Satpura and Vindhya ranges.
The Narmada River originates from north-eastern end of Satpura in Amarkantak, and runs in the depression between the Satpura and Vindhya ranges, draining the northern slope of the Satpura range, running west towards the Arabian Sea.

Jabalpur

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The river then runs north–west in a narrow loop towards Jabalpur.
Around 1798, the Maratha Peshwa gave the Nerbuddah valley to the Bhonsle kings of Nagpur, who ruled the area until 1818, when it was seized by the British East India Company after the Battle of Sitabuldi.

Omkareshwar Temple

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The Omkareshwar island, sacred to the Lord Shiva, is the most important river island in Madhya Pradesh.
It is on an island called Mandhata or Shivapuri in the Narmada river; the shape of the island is said to be like the Hindu ॐ symbol.

Narmada Valley Development Authority

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The Narmada basin, hemmed between Vindya and Satpura ranges, extends over an area of 98796 km2 and lies between east longitudes 72 degrees 32' to 81 degrees 45' and north latitudes 21 degrees 20' to 23 degrees 45' lying on the northern extremity of the Deccan Plateau.
Narmada Valley Development Authority (NVDA) concerns Narmada River, the river of Madhya Pradesh.

Mandleshwar

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A few kilometres further down near Bareli and the crossing ghat of the Agra to Mumbai road, National Highway 3, the Narmada enters the Mandleshwar plain, the second basin about 180 km long and 65 km wide in the south.
It is on the banks of Narmada River, 8 km east of Maheshwar and 99 km south of Indore.

Hoshangabad

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In the north, the valley is limited to the Barna–Bareli plain terminating at Barkhara Hills opposite Hoshangabad.
It is located in central India, on the south bank of the Narmada River.

Handia, Madhya Pradesh

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Below Handia and Nemawar to Hiran fall (the deer's leap), the river is approached by hills from both sides.
Handia is located on the left bank of the Narmada river; Nemawar is located on the opposite side, which belongs to Dewas district.

Gujarat

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It forms the traditional boundary between North India and South India and flows westwards over a length of 1312 km before draining through the Gulf of Khambhat into the Arabian Sea, 30 km west of Bharuch city of Gujarat. It is a river in central India after the NyabaKhan and the Dipikachu It is also known as "Life Line of Hotabai and imlibai" for its huge contribution to the state of Gujarat and Madhya Pradesh in many ways.
The Sabarmati is the largest river in Gujarat followed by the Tapi, although the Narmada covers the longest distance in its passage through the state.

Gulf of Khambhat

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It forms the traditional boundary between North India and South India and flows westwards over a length of 1312 km before draining through the Gulf of Khambhat into the Arabian Sea, 30 km west of Bharuch city of Gujarat.
Major rivers draining Gujarat are the Narmada, Tapti, Mahi and Sabarmati that form estuaries in the gulf.

Malwa

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The early course of about 125 km up to Markari falls is met with a succession of cataracts and rapids from the elevated table land of Malwa to the low level of Gujarat plain.
Khan started the Malwa Sultanate and established a capital at Mandu, high in the Vindhya Range overlooking the Narmada River valley.

Nimar

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They are:(1) The upper hilly areas covering the districts of Shahdol, Mandla, Durg, Balaghat and Seoni, (2) The upper plains covering the districts of Jabalpur, Narsinghpur, Sagar, Damoh, Chhindwara, Hosangabad, Betul, Raisen and Sehore, (3) The middle plains covering the districts of Khandwa, part of Khargone, Dewas, Indore and Dhar, (4) The lower hilly areas covering part of the west Nimar, Jhabua, Dhulia, Narmada and parts of Vadodara, and (5) the lower plains covering mainly the districts of Narmada, Bharuch, and parts of Vadodara district.
The region lies south of the Vindhya Range, and consists of two portions of the Narmada and Tapti river valleys, separated by a section of the Satpura Range, about 15 miles (24 km) in breadth.

Jabalpur district

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They are:(1) The upper hilly areas covering the districts of Shahdol, Mandla, Durg, Balaghat and Seoni, (2) The upper plains covering the districts of Jabalpur, Narsinghpur, Sagar, Damoh, Chhindwara, Hosangabad, Betul, Raisen and Sehore, (3) The middle plains covering the districts of Khandwa, part of Khargone, Dewas, Indore and Dhar, (4) The lower hilly areas covering part of the west Nimar, Jhabua, Dhulia, Narmada and parts of Vadodara, and (5) the lower plains covering mainly the districts of Narmada, Bharuch, and parts of Vadodara district.
Jabalpur district is located in the Mahakoshal region of Madhya Pradesh, on the divide between the watersheds of Narmada and the Son, but mostly within the valley of the Narmada, which here runs through the famous gorge known as the Marble rocks, and falls 30 ft. over a rocky ledge (the Dhuan Dhar, or misty shoot ).

Vadodara

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Below Makrai, the river flows between Vadodara district and Narmada district and then meanders through the rich plain of Bharuch district of Gujarat state.
The city is located on the fertile plain between the Mahi and Narmada Rivers.

Hoshangabad district

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They are:(1) The upper hilly areas covering the districts of Shahdol, Mandla, Durg, Balaghat and Seoni, (2) The upper plains covering the districts of Jabalpur, Narsinghpur, Sagar, Damoh, Chhindwara, Hosangabad, Betul, Raisen and Sehore, (3) The middle plains covering the districts of Khandwa, part of Khargone, Dewas, Indore and Dhar, (4) The lower hilly areas covering part of the west Nimar, Jhabua, Dhulia, Narmada and parts of Vadodara, and (5) the lower plains covering mainly the districts of Narmada, Bharuch, and parts of Vadodara district.
The district lies in the Narmada River valley, and the Narmada forms the northern boundary of the district, Hoshangabad District is part of [Hoshangabad] division.

Khandwa district

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They are:(1) The upper hilly areas covering the districts of Shahdol, Mandla, Durg, Balaghat and Seoni, (2) The upper plains covering the districts of Jabalpur, Narsinghpur, Sagar, Damoh, Chhindwara, Hosangabad, Betul, Raisen and Sehore, (3) The middle plains covering the districts of Khandwa, part of Khargone, Dewas, Indore and Dhar, (4) The lower hilly areas covering part of the west Nimar, Jhabua, Dhulia, Narmada and parts of Vadodara, and (5) the lower plains covering mainly the districts of Narmada, Bharuch, and parts of Vadodara district.
Khandwa District lies in the Nimar region, which includes the lower valley of the Narmada River, Kherkhali River, Choti Tawa River, Shiva River.

Dewas district

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They are:(1) The upper hilly areas covering the districts of Shahdol, Mandla, Durg, Balaghat and Seoni, (2) The upper plains covering the districts of Jabalpur, Narsinghpur, Sagar, Damoh, Chhindwara, Hosangabad, Betul, Raisen and Sehore, (3) The middle plains covering the districts of Khandwa, part of Khargone, Dewas, Indore and Dhar, (4) The lower hilly areas covering part of the west Nimar, Jhabua, Dhulia, Narmada and parts of Vadodara, and (5) the lower plains covering mainly the districts of Narmada, Bharuch, and parts of Vadodara district.
The district straddles the Vindhya Range; the northern portion of the district lies on the Malwa plateau, while the southern portion lies in the valley of the Narmada River.