Bank of Narmada

The Narmada (Devanagari: नर्मदा, Gujarati: નર્મદા) ,also called Rewa is a river in central India and the fifth largest river in the Indian subcontinent. Along the Holy Banks of Narmada river,cultivation and plantation of various medicinal herbs and crops is done. These are then transferred to the Vahelal location. These medicinal herbs are used for research and production of medicines. Crops are used for Prasad(food). Also Medical camps are held for Tribal people (Adivasis) and different equipments are provided for their various needs.

Jawara chemistry resembles 90% of human blood chemistry, so it's used as a medicine and food for the treatment of dreadful diseases such as Cancer, Liver, etc...

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