Bandrabhan, the confluence of Narmada and Tawa river, Hoshangabad, Madhya Pradesh. Bandrabhan is confluence of two main rivers of India, Narmada and Tawa, its main tributary.
Geographical address: 22°47'46"N, 77°47'9"E
About Narmada Samagra
Narmada Samagra's objective is to gather public and private partners involved in water resources management and protection in India and in the world in order to set up a real partners network to protect and restore the river Narmada and defend the rights of communities that depend on it.
The International River Festival 2013
The International River Festival 2013 is the third such event. It is a gathering of individuals as well as organizations working on conservation of rivers around the globe. The three-day festival is a platform to discuss and exchange experiences, achievements, problems, etc., related to the work of river conservation. These issues would be discussed in small and big groups.
Along with serious discussions, an attempt will be made to experience the harmony of music, art and culture representing different rivers.
Narmada occupies a special place in social and spiritual worlds. Its environs are conductive for Sadhna, the devouts believe. Several festivals and celebrations are held throughout the year on different occassions. International River Festival, held here every two years, has added a new dimension to these festivals.
Institute/organization : Rs.2000
Individual : Rs.1500
Student : Rs.1000
Working for a river : Rs.1000
Registrations are open till 1st of February - Click here to register online
'Nadi Ka Ghar'
Senior MIG -2, Ankur Colony,
Near Parul Hospital, Shivaji Nagar
Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh
Phone: 91- 755- 2460754 , 91- 755- 2553283