Narmada


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Nar·ma·da

 (nər-mŭd′ə) also Nar·ba·da (-bŭd′ə)
A river of central India that flows about 1,255 km (780 mi) westward to the Gulf of Khambhat. Sacred to Hindus, it is said to have sprung from the body of the god Shiva.

Narmada

(nəˈmʌdə) or

Narbada

n
(Placename) a river in central India, rising in Madhya Pradesh and flowing generally west to the Gulf of Cambay in a wide estuary: the second most sacred river in India. Length: 1290 km (801 miles)
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