from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- See Narmada.
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The symbol of the crocodile seems to point to a river goddess; and Rikshini would be the name of the Narbada, which rises in the Riksha mountain.
Hushang Shah (140535) fortified the capital at Mandu above the Narbada, and erected there the durbar hall Hindola Mahall, together with a great mosque.
He refused to disturb the Bahmani kingdom of the Deccan, its tributary Warangal, or the rebels from it, the khans of Khandesh between the Tapti and Narbada (independent 1382).
Vidyadhara Malla as paramount sovereign is now declared to extend from the mouths of the Ganges to the sea, and from the Narbada to the
He says it is met with in the Narbada valley, but I have also found it common on the plateaux of the Satpura range.
Bringing in water from the Narbada or Kolar Dam is not really a solution.
Narbada and Tapti valleys, Bandelkand, the Son valley, and Rewah, in the Nagpur and Chanda country, Berar, the Hyderabad territories, and other parts of Southern India, _with the complete exception of the Malabar coast and the adjacent hills_. "