Live storage and water levels in major reservoirs in Madhya Pradesh

Last Modified: Sun Jan 09 2022 06:26:09 GMT+0530 (India Standard Time)
  • 817,460 million litres
    Madikheda Dam. At 97.92% of its full capacity of 834,830 million litres.
  • 4,470,470 million litres
    Bansagar Dam. At 82.34% of its full capacity of 5,429,600 million litres.
  • 276,570 million litres
    Bansujara Major Project. At 100.17% of its full capacity of 276,090 million litres.
  • 371,390 million litres
    Barna Dam. At 81.48% of its full capacity of 455,800 million litres.
  • 222,090 million litres
    Bawanthadi (Rajiv Sagar). At 87.20% of its full capacity of 254,680 million litres.
  • 74,610 million litres
    Sukta Tank. At 95.56% of its full capacity of 78,080 million litres.
  • 10,280 million litres
    Bila Tank. At 19.79% of its full capacity of 51,950 million litres.
  • 56,950 million litres
    Bilgaon Medium Project. At 97.99% of its full capacity of 58,120 million litres.
  • 31,390 million litres
    Datuni Medium Tank. At 63.89% of its full capacity of 49,130 million litres.
  • 35,210 million litres
    Dejla Dewda Tank. At 70.01% of its full capacity of 50,290 million litres.
  • 49,940 million litres
    Dholawad Tank. At 100.00% of its full capacity of 49,940 million litres.
  • 6,600,140 million litres
    Gandhisagar Dam. At 99.89% of its full capacity of 6,607,420 million litres.
  • 129,660 million litres
    Harsi Dam. At 67.30% of its full capacity of 192,670 million litres.
  • 7,167,850 million litres
    Indira Sagar Project. At 73.52% of its full capacity of 9,750,000 million litres.
  • 72,160 million litres
    Kaketo Dam. At 91.20% of its full capacity of 79,120 million litres.
  • 210,590 million litres
    Kolar Dam. At 79.47% of its full capacity of 265,000 million litres.
  • 47,200 million litres
    Kotwal Tank. At 82.16% of its full capacity of 57,450 million litres.
  • 167,000 million litres
    Kundalia Major Project. At 30.21% of its full capacity of 552,800 million litres.
  • 142,350 million litres
    Mahan Dam. At 95.05% of its full capacity of 149,760 million litres.
  • 84,790 million litres
    Mahi Main Dam. At 62.53% of its full capacity of 135,600 million litres.
  • 65,030 million litres
    Mahuar Dam. At 100.00% of its full capacity of 65,030 million litres.
  • 44,870 million litres
    Matiyari Dam. At 87.83% of its full capacity of 51,090 million litres.
  • 294,510 million litres
    Mohanpura Multipurpose Project. At 51.40% of its full capacity of 572,960 million litres.
  • 85,330 million litres
    Mohini Pick up Weir. At 79.67% of its full capacity of 107,110 million litres.
  • 59,600 million litres
    Omkareshwar Project. At 19.93% of its full capacity of 299,000 million litres.
  • 119,690 million litres
    Pagara Tank. At 99.29% of its full capacity of 120,540 million litres.
  • 94,040 million litres
    Pagra Tank (Feeder). At 100.00% of its full capacity of 94,040 million litres.
  • 69,710 million litres
    Parasdoh Tank. At 99.84% of its full capacity of 69,820 million litres.
  • 421,350 million litres
    Pench Diversion. At 100.04% of its full capacity of 421,200 million litres.
  • 1,973,000 million litres
    Rajghat Dam. At 100.00% of its full capacity of 1,973,000 million litres.
  • 27,750 million litres
    Rangawan Dam. At 17.88% of its full capacity of 155,190 million litres.
  • 3,180,240 million litres
    Rani Awanti Bai Sagar (Bargi). At 100.01% of its full capacity of 3,180,000 million litres.
  • 78,100 million litres
    Gopikrishn Sagar. At 100.00% of its full capacity of 78,100 million litres.
  • 78,320 million litres
    Sagad Dam. At 103.43% of its full capacity of 75,720 million litres.
  • 271,840 million litres
    Samrat Ashok Sagar (Halali). At 107.82% of its full capacity of 252,130 million litres.
  • 76,580 million litres
    Sanjay Sagar(Bah) Project. At 100.08% of its full capacity of 76,520 million litres.
  • 404,140 million litres
    Wainganga (Sanjay Sarovar). At 98.57% of its full capacity of 410,000 million litres.
  • 1,956,020 million litres
    Tawa Dam. At 100.61% of its full capacity of 1,944,180 million litres.
  • 105,320 million litres
    Thanwar Dam. At 85.26% of its full capacity of 123,530 million litres.
  • 106,210 million litres
    Tigra Dam. At 85.45% of its full capacity of 124,290 million litres.