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Narmada River, Indian River
Narmada River is regarded as the 5th longest river of India and the life line of Madhya Pradesh. Narmada River basin spreads over an area of about 98,796 square kilometers. It comes next to Ganga River in terms of holiness and it has several legends associated with its origin.
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