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Places to visit in Narmada District

Ninai Waterfalls

Ninai is a waterfall in Dediapada taluka of Narmada district in the Indian state of Gujarat.Ninai is located off State Highway 163 (Gujarat). It is approximately 35 km from Dediapada and approximately 143 km from Surat. Nearest railway station is Bharuch which is around 125 km away and nearest airport is Surat. The height of Ninai falls is more than 30 feet.It is situated in Dediapada’s beautiful forest ranges besides Shoolpaneshwar wildlife sanctuary.

 

 

Nilkanthdham Poicha

Nilkanth Dham Swaminarayan Temple is located at Poicha village on the bank of river Narmada which is about 80 kms from Bharuch and 60KM from Vadodara. It is beautiful swaminarayan temple constructed in large area and one of the most amazing pilgrimage attracts people around Gujarat. You can have divine experience by visiting Sahajanand universe, Nilkanth dham and surrounding.

 

 

Zarvani Waterfall

This campsite is situated in the Narmada District. It is 28 kms from Rajpipla towards Kevadia Colony at the Narmada Dam site. It is 7 kms from the Thawadia checkpost. It is situated inside the Shoolpaneshwar Wildlife Sanctuary which is home to a gamut of flora & fauna. The wildlife attarction include leopards, wild sloth bears, hyena, various species of Deers and wild dogs. One can also see the rhesus monkey and the barking deer or muntjac which are rarely found in other parts of the country.

One can arrange for day picnics or treks with the help of the forest department, with the forest, waterfalls and other natural beauty within easy reach. Other sightseeing areas nearby include the Zarwani waterfalls, the Shoolpaneshwar Temple, the Gheer Khadi.

Statue of Unity

The Statue of Unity is an iconic 182 meters tall tribute to one of India’s foremost Statesmen and leaders – Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel. The monument is under construction and located between the Vindhyachal and Satpuda ranges, rising on Sadhu-Bet Island in the Narmada River, approximately 3.5 kms downstream from the famous Sardar Sarovar Dam in Gujarat.

 

 

Sardar Sarovar Dam

The Sardar Sarovar project was a vision of the first deputy prime minister of India, Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel. The foundation stone of the project was laid out by Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru on April 5, 1961.On occasion of his 67th birthday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has inaugurated the Sardar Sarovar Dam on the Narmada river. The project which has been the subject of much controversy for decades now is reported to be one of the largest dams in the world. Having a length of 1.2 kms and a depth of 163 metres, the dam is expected to be shared among the three states of Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra and Gujarat. 

 

Junaraj 

Junaraj campsite is located in Satpuda mountain range, in the catchment area of Karjan Dam. Situated inside Shoolpaneshaw Wildlife Sanctuary, “Junaraj” was once administrative capital of Rajpipla.

Junaraj eco tourism center is near to historical Nilkantheshwar Mahadev Temple. It’s also near to Aakashdevi and Dev Chhatra, which was old capital of Gohil dynasty. Remnants of which can still be found.

 

Dev Mogara Temple

Dev Mogra (also Devmogra or Yaah Devmogi) is a figure in Hindu mythology, a goddess for the Satpuda mountain people.There is a temple to this goddess on a mountain near the city of Rajpipla in the state of Gujarat, India.The temple was said to have been created seven generations back when the then high-priest saw a vision of DevMogra.

 

 

Karjan Dam

The Karjan Reservoir Project is situated near Jitgadh village of Nanded Taluka, Dist. Narmada of Gujarat State across river Karjan, a left bank tributary of river Narmada, having its confluence downstream of Sardar Sarovar Project.

 

Source : https://narmada.nic.in/tourist-places/



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