Upper Manair Dam

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Upper Manair Dam Facts
Dam NameUpper Manair Dam
State NameTelangana
Type of damEarthen, Gravity, Masonry
Nearest CityKamareddy
ImpoundsManair River and Kudlair River
District NameKarimnagar
Catchment Area15290 (103 m3)
Lat / Long18.273918, 78.541311
Total Storage Capacity62,387,000 m3
Construction beganIn 1943
Opening dateIn 1950
Height31 meters
Length9,201 meters
Dam Volume Content1724.00 (103 m3)
Spillway Gates3
Spillway TypeOgee
Type of Spillway GatesN.A.
CreatesUpper Manair Reservoir
ProjectUpper Maniar Medium Irrigation Project

Last Updated on : December 15, 2015



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