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Narmada Valley Project is one of the major river valley projects in India. Many dams and canals are to be built under this project. The Narmada Valley Project is one of the most important projects in Madhya Pradesh. This project is called the life of the state Narmada River

Focuses on It is one of the major river valley projects in India.

Being an inter-state settlement, the Government of India formed the Narmada Water Disputes Authority in 1969, which has allocated 18.25 million acre-feet of water out of the total 28 million acre-feet of water for use to Madhya Pradesh. Similarly, 9 million acre-feet water has been given to Gujarat, 0.05 million acre-feet water to Maharashtra, and 0.25 million acre-feet water to Rajasthan. The tribunal had arranged that this allocation would remain in effect for 45 years, after which the system would be reviewed.

The 41 main tributaries of the Narmada River bring with them the waters of Maikal, Vindhyachal, and Satpura ranges. Hence; For exploitation and utilization of this entire water, a comprehensive plan has been prepared for the entire basin, which includes 29 major 135 medium and 3 thousand small schemes of Madhya Pradesh in the year 2024-25.


The Narmada Valley Project is a multipurpose project which will provide irrigation facilities and generation of 3000 MW of electricity in 27.55 lakh hectare area and the chances of flooding in Narmada Valley will be almost negligible. The Sardar Sarovar Scheme of Gujarat is also a part of the Narmada Valley Project.


Presently, tNarmada Valley Project is one of the major river valley projects in India. Many dams and canals are to be built under this project. The Narmada Valley Project is one of the most important projects in Madhya Pradesh. This project is called the life of the state Narmada River

Focuses on It is one of the major river valley projects in India.

Being an inter-state settlement, the Government of India formed the Narmada Water Disputes Authority in 1969, which has allocated 18.25 million acre feet of water out of the total 28 million acre feet of water for use to Madhya Pradesh. Similarly, 9 million acre feet water has been given to Gujarat, 0.05 million acre feet water to Maharashtra and 0.25 million acre feet water to Rajasthan. The tribunal had arranged that this allocation would remain in effect for 45 years, after which the system would be reviewed.

The 41 main tributaries of the Narmada River bring with them the waters of Maikal, Vindhyachal and Satpura ranges. Hence; For exploitation and utilization of this entire water, a comprehensive plan has been prepared for the entire basin, which includes 29 major 135 medium and 3 thousand small schemes of Madhya Pradesh in the year 2024-25.


The Narmada Valley Project is a multipurpose project which will provide irrigation facilities and generation of 3000 MW of electricity in 27.55 lakh hectare area and the chances of flooding in Narmada Valley will be almost negligible. The Sardar Sarovar Scheme of Gujarat is also a part of the Narmada Valley Project.


Presently, the entire Narmada Valley project has become a contentious problem. This multipurpose project is now a multi-problem. The Sardar Sarovar dam is under the shadow of controversy over its height. Although the Supreme Court has warned the displaced people affected by this dam to continue their agitation under the leadership of Medha Patkar. To determine the drainage of water in the canals from Sardar Sarovar, construction of Omkareshwar and Maheshwar projects in Madhya Pradesh has been considered necessary, for which Indira Sagar Yojana has been started. Environmental imbalances are major problems such as lack of proper rehabilitation of migrants, seismic hazard etc. Social workers, environmentalists and displaced families have been mobilized together. Arundhati Roy, an internationally acclaimed Booker honoree has narrated her decision in favor of the Gujarat government from the Narmada Bachao Andolan, joining up and raising the problem at least at the national level. For proper exploitation of Narmada water, it is necessary that this entire valley be planned in a holistic manner. It will be, but due to lack of planning, large amounts of water will have been wasted. Which are priceless.by this dam to continue their agitation under the leadership of Medha Patkar. To determine the drainage of water in the canals from Sardar Sarovar, the construction of Omkareshwar and Maheshwar projects in Madhya Pradesh has been considered necessary, for which Indira Sagar Yojana has been started. Environmental imbalances are major problems such as lack of proper rehabilitation of migrants, seismic hazard, etc. Social workers, environmentalists, and displaced families have been mobilized together. Arundhati Roy, an internationally acclaimed Booker honoree has narrated her decision in favor of the Gujarat government from the Narmada Bachao Andolan, joining up and raising the problem at least at the national level. For proper exploitation of Narmada water, it is necessary that this entire valley be planned in a holistic manner. It will be, but due to lack of planning, large amounts of water will have been wasted. Which are priceless.

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