Lower Manair Dam


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Lower Manair Dam Facts
Dam NameLower Manair Dam
State NameTelangana
Type of damEarthen, Gravity, Masonry
Nearest CityKarimnagar
ImpoundsManair River
District NameKarimnagar
Catchment Area6648 km2
Lat / Long18.399722, 79.131111
Total Storage Capacity680,137,000 m3
PurposeIrrigation and Drinking - Water Supply
Construction beganIn 1974
Opening dateIn 1985
Height41 meters
Length10,741 meters
Width7,315 meters
Dam Volume Content5410 (103 m3)
Spillway Gates20
Spillway TypeN.A.
Type of Spillway GatesN.A.
CreatesLower Manair Reservoir
ProjectSriram Sagar Project Stage-I



Last Updated on : December 15, 2015

     


     

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