Jayakwadi Dam

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Jayakwadi Dam Facts
Dam NameJayakwadi Dam
State NameMaharashtra
Type of damEarthen
Built ByGodavari Marathwada Irrigation Development Corporation
Nearest CityPaithan
ImpoundsGodavari River
District NameAurangabad and Jalna
Catchment Area21,750 km2 (8,398 sq mi)
Lat / Long19.485770, 75.370011
Total Storage Capacity2,171 million m3
PurposeMultipurpose:- Irrigation, Water Supply and Electric Power Generation
Construction beganIn 1965
Opening dateIn 1976
Height41.30 meters
Length9,998 meters
Power Generation Capacity12 MW
Spillway Gates27
Spillway TypeOgee
Type of Spillway GatesRadial
CreatesNath Sagar Jalashay Reservoir
ProjectMultipurpose Jayakwadi dam Project, Jayakwadi Stage - I Major Irrigation Project

Last Updated on : December 15, 2015



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