Important temples and places on the banks of Narmada River for holy dip to do during Narmada Pushkarams. Narmada River flows through Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra and Gujarat and merges into the Arabian Sea. Amarkantak, Maheshwar, Medhaghat and Omkreshwar in Madhya Pradesh & Nareshwar and Garideshwar in Gujarat are the important places on the river banks of Narmada.
Narmada River Pushkarams 2012 begins on May 17 and ends on May 28.
The famous temples on Narmada River banks
Amarkantak, Madhya Pradesh (Anuppur district)
Narmada Devi Temple, Sri Pataleswar Temple, Kartikeya Temple, Sri Rama Temple, Annapurna Devi Temple, Sri Guru Gorakhnath, Sri Surya deva temple, Sri Vighneswara Temple, Sri Durga Temple, Sri Siddeswar Mahadev Temple, Sri Radha Krishna Temple, etc..
Maheshwar, Madhya Pradesh (Khargone district)
Sahasrarjuna Swamy Temple, Rajarajeshwara Swamy Temple, Kashi Vishwanatha Swamy Temple, Chaturbhuja Narayana Swamy Temple, Chintamani Ganapathi, Anantha Narayana Temple, Hanuman Temple, Ramakrishna Temple, Baneswar Temple, Kaleswar Temple, Jwapaleswar, Narasimha Temple, etc..
Bhedaghat (Madhaghat), Madhya Pradesh (Jabalpur district) – Narmadeshwar Temple
Omkareshwar Temple, Madhya Pradesh (Khandwa district)
Omkareshwar Temple is one of the 12 Jyothirlinga Temples (Dwadasha Jyotirlingams). There are 68 Thirtha, 128 Guptalingas and 12 Prakata Tirtha lingams.
Nareshwar Temple, Gujarat (Vadodara district)
Sri Ranga Avadhuta Maha Samadhi, Lord Shiva Temple and Dattatreya Mandir.
Garudeshwar, Gujarat (Narmada district)
Garudeshwar has various temples dedicated to Lord Shiva, Lord Dattatreya, etc..