Vaitarna Dam


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Vaitarna Dam Facts
Dam NameVaitarna Dam
Known as alsoModak Sagar Dam
State NameMaharashtra
Type of damGravity
Built ByBritish Military Engineer lows-one
Nearest TownIgatpuri
ImpoundsVaitarna river
District NameNashik
Surface Area287 km2
Lat / Long19.670844, 73.290562
Total Storage Capacity8.5 TMC
PurposeWater Supply
Construction beganN.A.
Opening dateIn 1954
Height82 meters
Length567.07 meters
Spillway Gates5
Spillway TypeOgee
Type of Spillway GatesRadial
ProjectN.A.



Last Updated on : December 15, 2015

     


     

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