Water Watch: Water levels in dams in Pune, Maharashtra [31 Aug 2018]

Last Modified: Sat Sep 01 2018 16:41:35 GMT+0530 (India Standard Time)
  • 217,000 million litres
    Bhama Askhed Dam. At 100% of its live capacity of 2,17,000 million litres, compared to 93% at the same time last year. Was 2,17,000 million litres at the end of Oct.
  • 663,000 million litres
    Bhatghar Dam. At 99.56% of its live capacity of 6,66,000 million litres, compared to 90% at the same time last year. Was 6,66,000 million litres at the end of Oct.
  • 214,000 million litres
    Chaskaman Dam. At 99% of its live capacity of 2,15,000 million litres, compared to 98% at the same time last year. Was 2,15,000 million litres at the end of Oct.
  • 342,000 million litres
    Dimbhe Dam. At 96% of its live capacity of 3,54,000 million litres, compared to 99% at the same time last year. Was 3,54,000 million litres at the end of Oct.
  • 145,000 million litres
    Ghod (Chinchani) Dam. At 94% of its live capacity of 1,55,000 million litres, compared to 90% at the same time last year. Was 1,55,000 million litres at the end of Oct.
  • 92,000 million litres
    Gunjawani Dam. At 88% of its live capacity of 104,000 million litres, compared to 65% at the same time last year. Was 61,000 million litres at the end of Oct.
  • 56,000 million litres
    Khadakwasla Dam. At 100% of its live capacity of 56,000 million litres, compared to 80% at the same time last year. The dam reached full capacity on 16 Jul with water having to be released into the Mutha river. The reservoir is 1 of 4 that provides drinking water to Pune city.
  • 209,000 million litres
    Manikdoh Dam. At 72% of its live capacity of 2,88,000 million litres, compared to 74% at the same time last year. Was 2,40,000 million litres at the end of Oct.
  • 332,000 million litres
    Nira Deoghar Dam. At 100% of its live capacity of 3,32,000 million litres, compared to 94% at the same time last year. Was 3,32,000 million litres at the end of Oct.
  • 302,000 million litres
    Panshet Dam. At 100% of its live capacity of 3,02,000 million litres, compared to 94% at the same time last year. The reservoir is 1 of 4 that provides drinking water to Pune city.
  • 246,000 million litres
    Pawana Dam. At 89% of its live capacity of 2,77,000 million litres, compared to 87% at the same time last year. Was 2,39,000 million litres at the end Oct.
  • 69,000 million litres
    Pimpalgaon Joge Dam. At 62% of its live capacity of 1,11,000 million litres, compared to 78% at the same time last year. Was 1,00,000 million litres at the end of Oct.
  • 65,000 million litres
    Temghar Dam. At 62% of its live capacity of 1,05,000 million litres, compared to 45% at the same time last year. Was 54,000 million litres at the end of Oct. The reservoir is 1 of 4 that provides drinking water to Pune city.
  • 29,000 million litres
    Wadaj Dam. At 88% of its live capacity of 33,000 million litres, compared to 98% at the same time last year. Was 31,000 million litres at the end of Oct.
  • 363,000 million litres
    Warasgaon (aka Varasgaon) Dam. At 100% of its live capacity of 3,63,000 million litres, compared to 84% at the same time last year. Was 3,63,000 million litres at the end of Oct. The reservoir is 1 of 4 that provides drinking water to Pune city.
  • 64,000 million litres
    Yedgaon Dam. At 81% of its live capacity of 79,000 million litres, compared to 69% at the same time last year. Was 79,000 at the end of Oct.