Which is the longest west flowing river in India?

Narmada is the longest west flowing river in India. It is the fifth largest river in the country and the largest one in Gujarat. It rises near the Amarkantak range of mountains in Madhya Pradesh and traverses Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra and Gujarat and meets the Gulf of Cambay. The total length of the river from source to sea is 1312 kilometres.

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