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Narmada

[ ner-muhd-uh ]
/ nərˈmʌd ə /
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noun
a river flowing W from central India to the Arabian Sea. 800 miles (1,290 km) long.
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Also Nar·ba·da, Ner·bud·da [ner-buhd-uh] /nərˈbʌd ə/ .
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Narmada

Narbada

/ (nəˈmʌdə) /

noun
a river in central India, rising in Madhya Pradesh and flowing generally west to the Gulf of Cambay in a wide estuary: the second most sacred river in India. Length: 1290 km (801 miles)
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