Narmada is the largest river of Peninsular India. Mikala range near Amarkantak is the origin of the river and flows towards the west. It starts its journey in Madhya Pradesh. The Rewa River is another name of Narmada river.
About Narmada river syatem
- The Narmada is a river is like the heart of rivers as it is located in central India
- It acts as the traditional frontier between North India and South India
- The River passes through Gujarat, Chhattisgarh Madhya Pradesh, and Maharashtra.
- Kolar River, Shakkar River, Dudhi River, Tawa River, and Hiran River are the tributaries of Narmada River.
- Among all the rivers only the Narmada, the Tapti, and the Mahi rivers run from east to west
- It finally drains into the Arabian Sea in the Bharuch district of Gujarat
Dams and Hydro project on Narmada river: Maheshwar Dam, Sardar Sarovar Dam, Indira Gandhi Sagar Dam