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List of Canals in India



S. No.Canal NameArea served
1Sethusamudram Shipping Canal ProjectTamilnadu, Kerala
2Indira Gandhi CanalSultanpur, Punjab, Rajasthan
3Buckingham CanalAndhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu
4National Waterway 3 (India) (West Coast Canal)Kerala
5Upper Ganges Canal Uttrakhand, Uttar Pradesh
6Lower Ganges Canal Uttrakhand, Uttar Pradesh
6Indian Rivers Inter-linkIndia
7Agra CanalUttar Pradesh, Haryana, Rajasthan
8Telugu Ganga projectAndhra Pradesh
9Tajewala CanalHaryana
10Kalingarayan CanalTamilnadu
11Buddha Nullah CanalPunjab
12Sutlej Yamuna link CanalPunjab
13Canoly CanalKerala
14Ainsley canalTamilnadu
15Basavarajeshwari CampKarnataka
16Lower Bhavani Project CanalTamilnadu
17Kaveri-Vaigai link canalKerala, Karnataka, Tamilnadu
18Trivandrum-Shoranur canalKerala
19Tamirabarani-Nambiar link canalKerala, Karnataka
20Sharda Canal Uttar Pradesh





Last Updated on : April 16, 2015



     


     

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