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Narmada Canal

Narmada Canal, Gujarat

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About Narmada Canal

The Narmada Canal is a contour canal in northwestern India that brings water from the Sardar Sarovar Dam north through 460 kilometres of the state of Gujarat and then 74 kilometres into Rajasthan state. It is the main canal of an irrigation system that has 42 branches, and runs a length of 750 kilometres, resulting in a Culturable Command Area  of 2,129,000 hectares



Attractions near Narmada Canal

Navlakha Kothar10.2km from Narmada Canal

North of the highest peak of the Pavagadh mountain, the valley of the vast expanse of Mouliatuk is known as the Navlakhi Valley. Here the ancient building, named after the Navlakha Kothar, provides an overview of Mughal architecture. The T-shaped building made up of bricks containing seven parts covered by large dome, situated on the edge of the Navlakhi Valley, is believed to be used as a storehouse for food storage in ancient times.

Mahakali Mandir10.69km from Narmada Canal

Mahakali Mandir is a Hindu goddess temple complex and pilgrim centre at the summit of Pavagadh Hill in Panchmahal district, India, with in the Champaner-Pavagadh Archaeological Park. it dates from the 10th or 11th centuries. The temple is the site of one of the Great holy Shakti Peethas. One can reach easily to temple by ropeway.

Helical Stepwell10.75km from Narmada Canal

This 16th century well has a 1.2m-wide staircase that spirals down along the wall of the well shaft, making it quite unusual in design among stepwells of the region.

pavagadh hill pavagdh11.42km from Narmada Canal

pavagadh hill is situated within a plain in Panchmahal district,  At its base is the historical city of Champaner, while the hill station of Pavagadh was built upon the volcanic cone itself. A volcanic eruption occurred here approximately 500 million years ago and the etymology of its name is associated with the eruption . There are temples and several viewpoints in the hill.

Saat Kaman11.66km from Narmada Canal

This is an archaeologically important place located in the Panchmahal district. Saat Kaman is a prominent structure situated on the verge of a hill on the southern tip of Champaner (Pavagadh). Saat Kaman means seven arches. However, there are only 6 arches that are currently in existence with the other one having demolished.

Champaner-Pavagadh Archaeological Park12.25km from Narmada Canal

A UNESCO World Heritage Site, which is located in the Panchmahal district in Gujarat, India. It is located around the historical city of Champaner. The park's landscape includes archaeological, historic and living cultural heritage monuments such as chalcolithic sites, a hill fortress of an early Hindu capital, and remains of the 16th-century capital of the state of Gujarat. There are palaces, entrance gates and arches, mosques, tombs and temples, residential complexes, and more.

Where is Narmada Canal

Discover more attractions in Narmada, where Narmada Canal is located

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The District has an iconic 182 meters statue called Statue of Unity, a tribute to Shri. Sardar Vallabhai Patel is built at the Sadhu-Bet Island.