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Narmada
Narmada

The magnificient river, one of the most scared in India, also regarded as the lifeline of Madhya Pradesh is an important river of the district. It rises from the Amarkantak the highest peak in Maikal hills in Pushparajgarh tahsil of Shahdol district, flowing east to west and after passing through Mandla, Jabalpur, Narsinghpur and Hoshangabad districts forms most of the southern boundary of Dewas district.


Kali Sindh
KaliSindh

Also known as Greater Kali Sindh, the river rises at the village of Barjhari in Bagli tahsil is another important river of the district. It is also one of the important river of Malwa Region. The principal tributary of Kali Sindh is Lakundar.


Kshipra
KaliSindh

The ancient name of this river is Avantinadi which rises at a place2,079 above MSL about 19 Kms. North-east of Tilor Khurd 1981 L.C.No.101 in Indore tahsil It forms the western boundary of Dewas district with Indore. The other small streams are Jamner, Bagli, Datuni, Chandrakeshar, Khari etc.