The Narmada region is the administrative district of the state of Gujarat in India. The district was recorded on October 2, 1997. The newly formed district includes the Tilakwada taluka of the old Vadodara district and 3 talukas of the ancient Bharuch district: Nandod, Dediyapada, and Sagbara. The present state of Narmada was independent of the Deshi Rajwada, India's independent “Rajpipla” raj, which was disbanded on 9/6/1977, is independent of when the name “Rajpipla” appeared and how its supporting evidence is not available.
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The Narmada region is the administrative district of Gujarat province and is known for the beautiful Narmada River which is the only two Indian rivers flowing from east to west. The region is also home to the world's largest statue
The region has an area of 2755 km2.
There are 5 total villages in Narmada.
There are 609 villages in the region.
There are 5 cities in total in the region.
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