Narmada District Map


District Map of Narmada

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District Map of Narmada Tapi Surat Bharuch Vadodara MAHARASHTRA Chhota Udaipur
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Narmada district is located in the south eastern part of Gujarat. It covers an area of 2749 sq.km. It had a population of 514,404 in 2001. Almost 90% of its population is rural. The main occupation of these people is agriculture.

Rajpipla(Nanod), Tilakvada, Dediapara, Sagbara are some of the important places of Narmada district.


Last Updated on : 12 September 2011





     


     

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