Live storage and water levels in lakes that supply to Hyderabad city [30 Jun 2021]

Last Modified: Fri Jul 02 2021 19:00:58 GMT+0530 (India Standard Time)
  • 660 million litres
    Osman Sagar. At 59.79% of its full capacity of 1,104 million litres, compared to 0.35% at the same time last year.
  • 599 million litres
    Himayath Sagar. At 71.28% of its full capacity of 840 million litres, compared to 0.35% at the same time last year.
  • 4,871 million litres
    Singur. At 57.50% of its full capacity of 8,472 million litres, compared to 0.35% at the same time last year.
  • 115 million litres
    Manjira. At 27.00% of its full capacity of 425 million litres, compared to 0.00% at the same time last year.
  • 310 million litres
    Akkampally. At 72.92% of its full capacity of 424 million litres, compared to 0.00% at the same time last year. 270-272 MGD is drawn from Akkampally each day.
  • 49,626 million litres
    Nagarjuna Dam. At 56.16% of its full capacity of 88,363 million litres, compared to 54.20% at the same time last year. The dam, built across the Krishna river, is situated on the border of Nalgonda district in Telangana and Guntur district in Andhra Pradesh. The dam provides irrigation water to the Nalgonda, Suryapet, Krishna, Khammam, West Godavari, Guntur and Prakasam districts along with hydro electricity generation.
  • 12,049 million litres
    Srisailam Dam. At 19.72% of its full capacity of 61,111 million litres, compared to 16.21% at the same time last year.
  • 3,524 million litres
    SriPada Yellampally (Godavari). At 61.68% of its full capacity of 5,713 million litres, compared to 0.00% at the same time last year.
  • 650 million gallons
    Daily water requirement of Greater Hyderabad area. The Hyderabad Metropolitan Water Supply and Sewerage Board (HMWS&SB) is responsible for supplying water to the city from the sources listed above.