Live storage and water levels in major reservoirs in Tamil Nadu [30 Sep 2021]

Last Modified: Sun Oct 03 2021 21:09:23 GMT+0530 (India Standard Time)
  • 1,001,997 million litres
    Mettur Dam. At 37.86% of its full capacity of 2,646,790 million litres, compared to 64.68% at the same time last year. Update 12 Jun: Tamil Nadu Chief Minister M K Stalin opened the shutters of the dam, releasing water for kuruvai cultivation in the delta region. Initially 3,000 cusecs of water were released by night it was increased to 10,000 cusecs.
  • 835,776 million litres
    Bhavanisagar Dam. At 89.98% of its full capacity of 928,798 million litres, compared to 92.09% at the same time last year. Update 12 Jun: Tamil Nadu Chief Minister M K Stalin opened the shutters of the dam, releasing water for kuruvai cultivation in the delta region. Initially 3,000 cusecs of water were released by night it was increased to 10,000 cusecs.
  • 98,373 million litres
    Amaravathi Dam. At 85.84% of its full capacity of 114,599 million litres, compared to 93.13% at the same time last year.
  • 119,583 million litres
    Periyar Dam. At 39.95% of its full capacity of 299,311 million litres, compared to 46.21% at the same time last year.
  • 70,283 million litres
    Vaigai Dam. At 40.75% of its full capacity of 172,479 million litres, compared to 16.94% at the same time last year.
  • 66,460 million litres
    Papanasam Dam. At 42.67% of its full capacity of 155,744 million litres, compared to 49.82% at the same time last year.
  • 33,329 million litres
    Manimuthar Dam. At 21.36% of its full capacity of 156,055 million litres, compared to 23.95% at the same time last year.
  • 106,387 million litres
    Pechiparai Dam. At 84.43% of its full capacity of 126,011 million litres, compared to 61.53% at the same time last year.
  • 43,948 million litres
    Krishnagiri Dam. At 93.16% of its full capacity of 47,176 million litres, compared to 40.76% at the same time last year.
  • 55,020 million litres
    Sathanur Dam. At 26.54% of its full capacity of 207,309 million litres, compared to 17.96% at the same time last year.
  • 143,596 million litres
    Sholayar Dam. At 100.38% of its full capacity of 143,057 million litres, compared to 101.76% at the same time last year.
  • 378,712 million litres
    Parambikulam Dam. At 99.75% of its full capacity of 379,674 million litres, compared to 99.38% at the same time last year.
  • 107,548 million litres
    Aliyar Dam. At 98.29% of its full capacity of 109,417 million litres, compared to 98.73% at the same time last year.
  • 31,432 million litres
    Thirumurthy Dam. At 63.65% of its full capacity of 49,385 million litres, compared to 60.26% at the same time last year.
  • 51,763 million litres
    Perunchani Dam. At 41.08% of its full capacity of 126,011 million litres, compared to 54.31% at the same time last year.