Water Watch: Water levels in dams in Nagpur region of Maharashtra - By district [31 Jan 2020]

Last Modified: Sat Feb 22 2020 11:32:52 GMT+0530 (India Standard Time)
  • 148,000 million litres
    Bawanthadi Dam - Bhandara. At 68% of its live capacity of 217,000 million litres, compared to 24% at the same time last year. Data as on 25 Oct 2019.
  • 175,000 million litres
    Gosikhurd Dam - Bhandara. At 23% of its live capacity of 740,000 million litres, compared to 22% at the same time last year. Data as on 25 Dec 2019.
  • 49,300 million litres
    Asolamendha Dam - Chandrapur. At 94% of its live capacity of 52,000 million litres, compared to 39% at the same time last year. Data as on 08 Jan 2020.
  • 000 million litres
    Dina Dam - Gadchiroli. At 0% of its live capacity of 68,000 million litres, compared to 37% at the same time last year. Data as on 01 Jun 2019.
  • 255,000 million litres
    Itiadoh Dam - Gondia. At 80% of its live capacity of 318,000 million litres, compared to 39% at the same time last year. Data as on 28 Dec 2019.
  • 15,690 million litres
    Kalisarar Dam - Gondia. At 60% of its live capacity of 26,000 million litres, compared to 58% at the same time last year. Data as on 18 Jan.
  • 27,630 million litres
    Pujaritola P.U.Weir Dam - Gondia. At 63% of its live capacity of 44,000 million litres, compared to 65% at the same time last year. Data as on 14 Jan.
  • 154,000 million litres
    Sirpur Dam - Gondia. At 97% of its live capacity of 1,60,000 million litres, compared to 24% at the same time last year. Data as on 14 Jan.
  • 68,000 million litres
    Kamthi Khairy Dam (aka Pench Dam) - Nagpur. At 48% of its live capacity of 142,000 million litres, compared to 36% at the same time last year. Located inside the Pench Tiger Reserve, the dam provides 70% of drinking water to Nagpur city.
  • 18,000 million litres
    Khindsi Dam - Nagpur. At 18% of its live capacity of 103,000 million litres, compared to 11% at the same time last year.
  • 26,970 million litres
    Nand Dam (aka Wadgaon Dam) - Nagpur. At 50% of its live capacity of 53,000 million litres, compared to 14% at the same time last year.
  • 934,000 million litres
    Totladoh Dam - Nagpur. At 91% of its live capacity of 1,017,000 million litres, compared to 9% at the same time last year.The reservoir provides drinking water to Nagpur city, irrigates around 1 lakh hectares of farm land and the Khaperkheda Thermal Power Station. 196,360 million litres is reserved for Nagpur Municipal Corporation (NMC). Dam needs to fill up to 450,000 million litres in order to provide water to satisfy all 3 needs.
  • 102,000 million litres
    Wadgaon Dam - Nagpur. At 75% of its live capacity of 135,000 million litres, compared to 40% at the same time last year. Provides water to the Mihan-SEZ. Solar Floater modules were mounted at the dam via a Tech Mahindra initaitve. The solar-generated power will be used to pump water from the dam to the nearby farming lands.
  • 81,000 million litres
    Bor Dam - Wardha. At 63% of its live capacity of 127,000 million litres, compared to 14% at the same time last year.
  • 173,000 million litres
    Lower Wardha Dam - Wardha. At 80% of its live capacity of 217,000 million litres, compared to 13% at the same time last year. The dam was filled to full capacity and water had to be released on 16 Sep 2019, the first time since construction of dam in 2011.