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    • The Tehri Dam
    • 1.The Tehri Dam is a multi-purpose rock and earth-fill embankment dam on the Bhagirathi River near Tehri in Uttarakhand, India. 2. It is the primary dam of the Tehri Hydro Development Corporation Ltd. and the Tehri hydroelectric complex. 3.The dam is a 260 metres (850 ft) high rock and earth-fill embankment dam.
    • Mullaperiyar Dam
    • 1.Kerala Government has long been demanding construction of a new dam in Mullaperiyar on the Kerala- Tamil Nadu border. 2.Many believe that the existing 116-year-old dam could pose safety hazard. 3.While the matter rests with the apex court. India’s biggest and most famous dams, hailed by Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru as ‘The Temples of a Resurgent India’
    • Bhakra Dam
    • 1.Bhakra Dam is a concrete gravity dam across the Sutlej River, and is near the border between Punjab and Himachal Pradesh in northern India. 2.The dam, located at a gorge near the (now submerged) upstream Bhakra village in Bilaspur district of Himachal Pradesh, is Asia's second highest at 225.55 m (740 ft) high next to the 261m Tehri Dam. 3. The length of the dam (measured from the road above it) is 518.25 m; it is 9.1 m broad. Its reservoir, known as the "Gobind Sagar", stores up to 9.34 billion cubic meters of water, enough to drain the whole of Chandigarh, parts of Haryana, Punjab and Delhi.
    • Hirakud Dam
    • 1.Hirakud Dam is built across the Mahanadi River, about 15 km from Sambalpur in the state of Orissa in India. 2. Built in 1957, the dam is one of the world's longest earthen dam. Hirakud Dam is the longest man-made dam in the world, about 16 mi (26 km) in length. 3. It is one of the first major multipurpose river valley project started after India's independence
    • Nagarjuna Sagar Dam
    • 1. Nagarjuna Sagar Dam is the world's largest masonry dam built across Krishna River in Nagarjuna Sagar, Nalgonda District of Andhra Pradesh, India, between 1955 and 1967. 2. The dam contains the Nagarjuna Sagar reservoir with a capacity of up to 11,472 million cubic metres. 3. The dam is 490 ft (150 m). tall and 1.6 km long with 26 gates which are 42 ft (13 m). wide and 45 ft (14 m). Tall.
    • The Sardar Sarovar Dam
    • 1. The Sardar Sarovar Dam is a gravity dam on the Narmada River near Navagam, Gujarat, India. 2. It is the largest dam and part of the Narmada Valley Project, a large hydraulic engineering project involving the construction of a series of large irrigation. 3. The project took form in 1979 as part of a development scheme to increase irrigation and produce hydroelectricity.
    • The Indirasagar Dam
    • 1. The Indirasagar Dam is a multipurpose key project of Madhya Pradesh on the Narmada River at Narmadanagar in the Khandwa district of Madhya Pradesh in India. 2. The Project envisages construction of a 92 m high and 653 m long concrete gravity dam. 3. It provides Irrigation in 1,230 square kilometres of land with annual production of 2700 million units in the districts of Khandwa and Khargone in Madhya Pradesh.
    • The Bhavanisagar Dam
    • 1. The Bhavanisagar Dam and Reservoir, also called Lower Bhavani Dam, is located on the Bhavani River between Mettupalayam and Sathyamangalam in Erode District, Tamil Nadu, South India. 2. The dam is situated around 16 km (9.9 mi) west to Satyamangalam and 35 km (22 mi) from Gobichettipalayam, 36 km (22 mi) north-east to Mettuppalayam and 70 km (43 mi) from Erode and 75 km (47 mi) from Coimbatore.
    • The Koyna Dam
    • 1. The Koyna Hydroelectric Project is the largest completed hydroelectric power plant of India. It is a complex project consisting of total four dams with the largest Dam built on Koyna River known as Koyna Dam hence the name Koyna Hydroelectric project. 2. The total Installed capacity of the project is 1,920 MW. The project consists of 4 stages of power generation. Due to the project's electricity generating potential the Koyna River is considered as the life line of Maharashtra.
    • The Idukki Dam
    • 1. The Idukki Dam, located in Kerala, India, is a 168.91 m (554 ft) tall arch dam. 2. The dam stands between the two mountains - Kuravanmala (839) m and Kurathimala (925)m. 3. It is built on the Periyar River, in the ravine between the Kuravan and Kurathi Hills in Kerala, India. At 167.68 metres, it is one of the highest arch dams in Asia and third tallest dam in India.
    • Krishna Raja Sagara Dam
    • 1. Krishna Raja Sagara, also popularly known as KRS, is the name of both a lake and the dam that causes it. 2. Sir. Mokshagundam Visvesvarayya served as the chief engineer during the construction of this dam. The dam is named for the then ruler of the Mysore Kingdom, Krishnaraja Wodeyar IV.
    • The Mettur Dam
    • 1. The Mettur Dam is a large dam in India built in 1934. 2. It was constructed in a gorge, where the Kaveri River enters the plains. 3. The dam is one of the oldest in India. The total length of the dam is 1,700 m (5,600 ft).
    • The Srisailam Dam
    • The Srisailam Dam is a dam constructed across the Krishna River at Srisailam in the Kurnool district in the state of Andhra Pradesh in India and is the second largest capacity hydroelectric project in the country. 2. The dam was constructed in a deep gorge in the Nallamala Hills, 300 m (980 ft) above sea level. It is 512 m (1,680 ft) long, 145 m (476 ft) high and has 12 radial crest gates. 3. It has a reservoir of 800 km2 (310 sq mi).
    • Konar dam
    • Konar dam is the second of the four multi- purpose dams included in the first phase of the Damodar Valley Corporation. 2. It was constructed across the Konar River, a tributary of the Damodar River in Hazaribagh district in the Indian state of Jharkhand and opened in 1955. 3. The place has scenic beauty and has been developed as a recreational spot.
    • 1. The Tungabhadra dam is constructed across the Tungabhadra River, a tributary of the Krishna River. 2. The dam is located near the town of Hospet in Karnataka. 3. The dam creates the biggest reservoir on the Tungabhadra River with 101 thousand million cubic feet (tmc) of gross storage capacity at full reservoir level (FRL) 498 m MSL, and a water spread area of 378 square kilometres. 4. The dam is 49.5 meters high above its deepest foundation