Khadakwasla Dam


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Khadakwasla Dam Facts
Dam NameKhadakwasla Dam
State NameMaharashtra
Type of damEarthen, Gravity and Masonry
OwnerGovernment of Maharashtra
Built ByPune Municipal Corporation
Nearest CityHaveli
ImpoundsMutha River
District NamePune
Catchment Area14800 (103 m3)
Lat / Long18.442697, 73.763713
Total Storage Capacity374 Million m3
PurposeIrrigation
Construction beganIn 1961
Opening dateIn 1879
Destroyed byDemolition
Height31.79 meters
Length1939 meters
Dam Volume Content1170 Tcm
Spillway Gates11
Spillway TypeOgee
Type of Spillway GatesRadial
CreatesKhadakwasla Lake
ProjectKhadakwasla Dam Project



Last Updated on : December 15, 2015

     


     

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