Narmada River

The Narmada river emerges from the Amarkantak plateau in Madhya Pradesh. It flows towards the west.

Near Jabalpur, it makes a waterfall about 10 metres high and flows in a narrow gorge about 3 km long, which is known as a 'Marble Rocks'. It flows westward in the rift valley, where its course is nearly straight.

It widens below Broach and makes an estuary, which enters the Guff of Cambay.

Its length is 1290 km.