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from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • A river of central India that flows about 1,255 km (780 mi) westward to the Gulf of Khambhat. Sacred to Hindus, it is said to have sprung from the body of the god Shiva.

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  • proper noun A long river in central India

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Examples

  • "Certain enigmatic Asian fossils dated between 250,000-650,000 years ago such as Narmada

    BBC - Ouch

  • Like many wineries in Virginia, Narmada is surrounded by beautiful scenery.

    Business Booming in Virginia Wine Country

  • That recognition may become increasingly important to Narmada if the Virginia wine industry continues to expand.

    Business Booming in Virginia Wine Country

  • Recently she'd had a letter from a Maoist prisoner in central India reminding her that in an early essay, The Greater Common Good, which argued against dam-building in the Narmada valley, she had written: "I went to the valley because I thought the valley needed a writer."

    Arundhati Roy: India's bold and brilliant daughter

  • European Pressphoto Agency A Sadhu, or a holy man, smokes on the banks of the Narmada river in Mandla district, Madhya Pradesh, Feb. 10.

    India This Week

  • This drained some of the waste liquid out of the pond, from where it was transported by more open-air ditches to a local river, then to the sacred Narmada River, and eventually to the Gulf of Cambay now known as the Gulf of Khambhat where the local fishermen fished.

    THE STORY OF STUFF

  • This drained some of the waste liquid out of the pond, from where it was transported by more open-air ditches to a local river, then to the sacred Narmada River, and eventually to the Gulf of Cambay now known as the Gulf of Khambhat where the local fishermen fished.

    THE STORY OF STUFF

  • This drained some of the waste liquid out of the pond, from where it was transported by more open-air ditches to a local river, then to the sacred Narmada River, and eventually to the Gulf of Cambay now known as the Gulf of Khambhat where the local fishermen fished.

    THE STORY OF STUFF

  • This drained some of the waste liquid out of the pond, from where it was transported by more open-air ditches to a local river, then to the sacred Narmada River, and eventually to the Gulf of Cambay now known as the Gulf of Khambhat where the local fishermen fished.

    THE STORY OF STUFF

  • The following year she started campaigning on behalf of the one million - odd people whose homes, and livelihoods, were threatened by the massive Narmada dam project.

    Christina Patterson: Interview with Arundhati Roy: 'We Need a Feral Howl'

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