Water Watch: Water levels in dams in Pune, Maharashtra [30 Sep 2018]

Last Modified: Fri Oct 12 2018 16:30:31 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.
  • 662,000 million litres
    Bhatghar Dam. At 99.46% of its live capacity of 6,66,000 million litres, compared to 100% at the same time last year. Was 6,66,000 million litres at the end of Oct.
  • 197,000 million litre
    Chaskaman Dam. At 91% of its live capacity of 2,15,000 million litres, compared to 100% at the same time last year. Was 2,15,000 million litres at the end of Oct.
  • 349,000 million litres
    Dimbhe Dam. At 99% of its live capacity of 3,54,000 million litres, compared to 100% at the same time last year. Was 3,54,000 million litres at the end of Oct.
  • 136,000 million litres
    Ghod (Chinchani) Dam. At 88% of its live capacity of 1,55,000 million litres, compared to 99% at the same time last year. Was 1,55,000 million litres at the end of Oct.
  • 88,000 million litres
    Gunjawani Dam. At 84% of its live capacity of 104,000 million litres, compared to 61% at the same time last year. Was 61,000 million litres at the end of Oct.
  • 51,000 million litres
    Khadakwasla Dam. At 90% of its live capacity of 56,000 million litres, compared to 100% at the same time last year. The reservoir is 1 of 4 that provides drinking water to Pune city. The dam reached full capacity on 16 Jul with water having to be released into the Mutha river. The discharge was stopped on 4th Sep due to subdued rainfall in catchment areas.
  • 217,000 million litres
    Manikdoh Dam. At 75% of its live capacity of 2,88,000 million litres, compared to 75% 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.
  • 286,000 million litres
    Panshet Dam. At 95% of its live capacity of 3,02,000 million litres, compared to 100% at the same time last year. The reservoir is 1 of 4 that provides drinking water to Pune city.
  • 234,000 million litres
    Pawana Dam. At 85% of its live capacity of 2,77,000 million litres, compared to 88% at the same time last year. Was 2,39,000 million litres at the end Oct.
  • 75,000 million litres
    Pimpalgaon Joge Dam. At 68% of its live capacity of 1,11,000 million litres, compared to 84% at the same time last year. Was 1,00,000 million litres at the end of Oct.
  • 47,000 million litres
    Temghar Dam. At 45% of its live capacity of 1,05,000 million litres, compared to 56% 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.
  • 31,000 million litres
    Wadaj Dam. At 94% of its live capacity of 33,000 million litres, compared to 100% at the same time last year. Was 31,000 million litres at the end of Oct.
  • 361,000 million litres
    Warasgaon (aka Varasgaon) Dam. At 94% of its live capacity of 3,63,000 million litres, compared to 100% 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 80% of its live capacity of 79,000 million litres, compared to 98% at the same time last year. Was 79,000 at the end of Oct.