Water Watch: Water levels in dams in Pune, Maharashtra [31 Mar 2020]

Last Modified: Mon Apr 06 2020 18:42:41 GMT+0530 (India Standard Time)
  • 172,000 million litres
    Bhama Askhed Dam. At 79% of its live capacity of 217,000 million litres, compared to 34% at the same time last year.
  • 445,000 million litres
    Bhatghar Dam. At 67% of its live capacity of 665,570 million litres, compared to 41% at the same time last year.
  • 124,000 million litres
    Chaskaman Dam. At 58% of its live capacity of 215,000 million litres, compared to 17% at the same time last year.
  • 236,000 million litres
    Dimbhe Dam. At 67% of its live capacity of 353,000 million litres, compared to 50% at the same time last year.
  • 79,000 million litres
    Ghod (Chinchani) Dam. At 51% of its live capacity of 154,800 million litres, compared to 0% at the same time last year.
  • 104,000 million litres
    Gunjawani Dam. At 100% of its live capacity of 104,000 million litres, compared to 54% at the same time last year. Data is not being updated due to the ongoing work on the construction of irrigation pipeline network to provide water to farms from the dam. 21,300 hectares of farm land in Velhe, Purandar and Bhor talukas and adjacent areas will benefit.
  • 48,000 million litres
    Khadakwasla Dam. At 87% of its live capacity of 55,910 million litres, compared to 50% at the same time last year. The reservoir is 1 of 4 that provides drinking water to Pune city. PMC draws 1,350 million litres from the reservoir each day and supplies it to Pune city.
  • 94,000 million litres
    Manikdoh Dam. At 32% of its live capacity of 288,000 million litres, compared to 14% at the same time last year.
  • 215,000 million litres
    Nira Deoghar Dam. At 65% of its live capacity of 332,000 million litres, compared to 28% at the same time last year.
  • 201,000 million litres
    Panshet Dam. At 66% of its live capacity of 302,000 million litres, compared to 43% at the same time last year. The reservoir is 1 of 4 that provides drinking water to Pune city.
  • 140,000 million litres
    Pawana Dam. At 51% of its live capacity of 282,000 million litres, compared to 36% at the same time last year.
  • 25,000 million litres
    Pimpalgaon Joge Dam. At 23% of its live capacity of 111,000 million litres, compared to 33% at the same time last year.
  • 2,200 million litres
    Temghar Dam. At 2% of its live capacity of 105,000 million litres, compared to 3.4% at the same time last year. The reservoir is 1 of 4 that provides drinking water to Pune city. Data as on 08 Feb. Reservoir under repairs to address leakages.
  • 21,000 million litres
    Wadaj Dam. At 64% of its live capacity of 33,110 million litres, compared to 22% at the same time last year.
  • 209,000 million litres
    Warasgaon (aka Varasgaon) Dam. At 57% of its live capacity of 363,000 million litres, compared to 34% at the same time last year. The reservoir is 1 of 4 that provides drinking water to Pune city.
  • 65,000 million litres
    Yedgaon Dam. At 83% of its live capacity of 79,000 million litres, compared to 18% at the same time last year.