Rajghat Dam

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Rajghat Dam Facts
Dam NameRajghat Dam
State NameUttar Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh
Type of damEarthen / Masonry
Operated byWater Resources Department of Madhya Pradesh
Nearest CityLalitpur, Chanderi
ImpoundsBetwa River
District NameAshok Nagar, Lalitpur
Catchment Area472 km2
Lat / Long24.762834,78.233894
Total Capacity96 million m3
PurposeIrrigation, Water storage and Electric Power Generation.
Construction beganIn 1975
Opening dateIn 2006
Height73.3 meters
Length573.29 meters
Power Generation Capacity45 MW (3x15 MW)
Spillway Gates18
Spillway TypeOgee
CreatesRajghat Reservoir
ProjectRajghat dam and Hydroelectric Project

Location of Rajghat Dam

Rajghat - Entry Fee, Timing, Address, Official Website

AddressMahatma Gandhi Marg, Ring Road, New Delhi, Delhi - 110006
Entry Fee :No entry fee
Timings :Visiting Hours - 6:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Official Websitewww.varanasi.org.in/ramnagar-fort
Photography allowed or notAllowed
Nearest railway stationNew Delhi Train Station

Last Updated on : December 15, 2015



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