The noteworthy remarks of Uttarvahini in Skand Puran elevate the religious significance of the River Narmada which along its course of 1740 km originating from Amarkantak flows westwards into Arabian Sea. Narmada is the only river on earth that flows towards ‘North’ from Rampura to Gopaleshwar in Nandod Taluka. As said by holy saints the parikrama of ‘Uttarvahi Narmada’during ‘Chaitra’ month is of divine and religious mahatmay that equals the complete parikrama of the River Narmada. As it is rightly said “Ganga Snan, Yamuna Pan, Tapi Smaaran and Reva Darshan” is the way to attain ‘Moksha’. Mangrol situated between Rampura and Gopaleshwar is the Nabhisthan of Uttarvahi Narmada Maiya which is a preferred location for Narmada Snan to attain moksha.
Best Time: Round the year especially the ‘Chaitra’ Month
Tips: To facilitate Narmada Parikrama in Chaitra month there are more than 100 Ashrams ready to serve parikramavasi on uttarvahi Narmada in Nandod.