Bansagar Dam


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Bansagar Dam Facts
Dam NameBansagar Dam
State NameMadhya Pradesh
Type of damEarthen and Masonry
Operated byWater Resources Department of Madhya Pradesh
Nearest TownAmarpatan
ImpoundsSone River
District NameShahdol
Catchment Area18648 km2
Lat / Long24.191628, 81.287403
Total Storage CapacityIrrigation and Electric Power Generation
PurposeIdukki
Construction beganMay 14, 1978
Opening dateSept 25, 2006
Height67 meters
Length1020 meters
Power Generation Capacity425MW
Spillway TypeOgee
Spillway Gates18
Type of Spillway GatesRadial
CreatesBansagar Reservoir
ProjectMultipurpose River Valley Project



Last Updated on : December 15, 2015

     


     

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