From where does the river Narmada originate how is the Narmada basin formed

Q- From where does the river Narmada originate? How is the Narmada basin formed?

Answer- The Narmada river originates from the Amarkantak hill of Madhya Pradesh. From there it starts flowing towards the west in the rift valley. It passes through a deep gorge of ‘marble rocks’ in Jabalpur. The Nramada river also forms “Dhunadhar falls”. Narmada passes through the Madhya Pradesh and Guujarat. The Narmada basin is formed when river with its all tributaries drained in a particular area.

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