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The Narmada Canal is a contour canal in northwestern India that brings water from the Sardar Sarovar Dam north through 460 kilometers of the state of Gujarat and then 74 kilometers into Rajasthan state. Its one of the signs of technological advancements in Gujarat but of little relevance in tourism and sightseeing. You might find a group of college students in the evening and night on weekends and they are the only tourists this place ever gets.

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