The narmada river basin the narmada the largest west flowing river of the peninsula rises near amarkantak range of mountains in madhya pradesh. Narmada river also called narbada or nerbudda river in central india that has always been an important route between the arabian sea and the ganges ganga river valley.
It traverses madhya pradesh maharashtra and gujarat and meets the gulf of cambay.
River narmada basin. Its total length from its source in amarkantak to its estuary in the gulf of khambhat is 1 310 km. It is the fifth largest river in the country and the largest one in gujarat. Rainfall data and 75 dependable rainfall of rg stations under narmada river basin.
This river forms an important connection between the arabian sea and the ganges river. Narmada basin extends over an area of 98 796 sq. Narmada river narmada river.
Which is nearly 3 of the total geographical area of the country. Railway bridge on river narmada at bharuch gujarat the narmada basin hemmed between vindya and satpura ranges extends over an area of 98 796 km 2 38 145 3 sq mi and lies between east longitudes 72 degrees 32 to 81 degrees 45 and north latitudes 21 degrees 20 to 23 degrees 45 lying on the northern extremity of the deccan plateau. Narmada basin extends over states of madhya pradesh gujarat maharashtra and chhattisgarh having an area 1 lakh sq km.
It is bounded by the vindhyas on the north maikala range on the east satpuras on the south and by the arabian sea on the west. The river was called namade by the 2nd century ce greek geographer ptolemy. It traverses madhya pradesh maharashtra and gujarat and meets the gulf of cambay.
Name of raingauge station. Narmada basin the catchment area of the river bordered by the satpura and vindhya mountain ranges stretches over a territory of 98 796 km2 38 145 3 sq mi. The basin is bounded on the north by the vindhyas on the east by the maikala range on the south by the satpuras and on the west by the arabian sea.
It is situated between longitudes 72. It was called namade by ptolemy the greek geographer. Click for rainfall data.
Click for 75 dependable rainfall calculation. The narmada the largest west flowing river of the peninsula rises near amarkantak range of mountains in madhya pradesh. A four decade old temple on the bank of the narmada river 12 kilometres downstream of the sardar sarovar dam was washed away and several villages were inundated on monday following a constant inflow of close to 11 lakh cusec water into the narmada basin from the indirasagar and omkareshwar dams in madhya pradesh.
It is the fifth largest river in the country and the largest one in gujarat.