In india one river flows from east to west,name and its importance for hindus?(only genuine answers pl.)
The Narmada is a river in central India in Indian subcontinent. It forms the traditional boundary between North India and South India, and is a total of 1,289 km (801 miles) long. It is one of only three major rivers in pensinsular India that run from east to west, along with the Tapti and the Mahi river. It is the only river in India that flows in a rift valley. It rises on the summit of Amarkantak Hill in Madhya Pradesh state, and for the first 320 kilometres (200 miles) of its course winds among the Mandla Hills, which form the head of the Satpura Range; then at Jabalpur, passing thro ...more
Among them Narmada river is considered extremely holy by Hindus. It is said that even the sight of the river is enough to wash away all sins.
Narmada could be truly east to west river though.