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JABALPUR
NARMADA RIVER VALLEY
WESTERN INDIA
PLACE
LORD SHIVA
THREE RIVERS
NARMADA
RIVERS
CAPITAL
ADMINISTRATIVE CENTER
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NARMADA RIVER
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Definitions

  1. The Narmada River is the only river in India that flows in a rift valley and is a traditional divider between North India and South India.
  2. The Narmada River is also worshipped as mother goddess by Narmadeeya Brahmins.Reva is another name of Narmada River.
  3. The Narmada river is not only used for irrigation, but for navigation.
  4. The Narmada River is considered the mother and giver of peace.
  5. The Narmada river is considered extremely holy by Hindus.

Jabalpur

  1. Jabalpur is surrounded by marble rocks called Bhera-Ghat, along the Narmada River.

Narmada River Valley

  1. The district lies in the Narmada River valley, and the Narmada forms the northern boundary of the district, Hoshangabad District is part of Bhopal division.

Western India

  1. For the next six years, Param Poojya Gurudev did intense penance, first in the Himalayas and then on the banks of the Narmada river in Western India.

Place

  1. Narmadeshwar Shiva Lingams are found only in one place on the entire planet, the Narmada River.

Lord Shiva

  1. This Omkar island, located in Narmada river is a holy place having one of the twelve famous Lingam (the symbol of Lord Shiva) of Hindu God, Lord Shiva.

Three Rivers

  1. It is one of three rivers, with the Narmada River and the Mahi River that run from east to west.

Narmada

  1. The Narmada in Hinduism The Narmada River is one of the most important sacred rivers, believed to have descended from the sky by the order of Lord Shiva.

Rivers

  1. Internally, large dam projects, such as one on the Narmada River, are also controversial.Rivers in India page.

Capital

  1. Khan started the Malwa Sultanate and established a capital at Mandu, high in the Vindhya Range overlooking the Narmada River valley.
  2. Their capital was Mahismati situated in the Narmada river valley.

Administrative Center

  1. It is located on the south bank of the Narmada River, and is the administrative center of Hoshangabad District.

High Dam

  1. MP and Maharashtra were opposing Gujarat move to build a high dam on Narmada River.

South

  1. She ruled from a palace-fort at Maheshwar, south of Indore on the Narmada River.
  2. Nimar (Nemar): the western portion of the Narmada River valley, lying south of the Vindhyas in the southwest portion of the state.

Northern Bank

  1. Close to Mandu is Maheshwar, a town on the northern bank of Narmada River that served as the capital of the Indore state under Rajmata Ahilya Devi Holkar.

Malwa

  1. The Khaljis conquered Gujarat and Malwa, and sent the first expeditions south of the Narmada River, as far south as Tamil Nadu.

Central India

  1. Then he moved to central India and occupied the region north of Narmada river.
  2. The Tawa River is a tributary of the Narmada River of central India.

Madhya Pradesh

  1. Omkareshwar in Madhya Pradesh is an island in the Narmada river, home to a Jyotirlinga shrine and the Amareshwar temple.

India

  1. Bargi Dam is one of the first completed Dam out of the chain of 30 major dams to be constructed on Narmada River in Madhya Pradesh, India.
  2. Haiheya was a central Indian kingdom in Madhya Pradesh of India, on the banks of Narmada river.
  3. India, south of the Vindhya mountains and the Narmada river, was known as the Deccan.

Narmada River

  1. By the end of Akbar's reign, the Mughal Empire extended throughout north India and south of the Narmada river.
  2. Then Tarabai heroically led the Marathas against the Mughals; by 1705, they had crossed the Narmada River and entered Malwa, then in Mughal possession.
  3. By 612 he had built up a vast army with which he conquered nearly all North India up to the Narmada river.

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