Live storage and water levels in major dams in Gujarat [30 Sep 2021]

Last Modified: Sun Oct 03 2021 21:22:32 GMT+0530 (India Standard Time)
  • million litres
    Sipu Dam. At 0.00% of its live capacity of 145,310 million litres.
  • 11,310 million litres
    Karjan Dam. At 98.77% of its live capacity of 514,650 million litres. An HIGH ALERT has been issued by Gujarat State Disaster Management Authority.
  • 545,390 million litres
    Dantiwada Dam. At 13.53% of its live capacity of 387,410 million litres.
  • 807,060 million litres
    Dharoi Dam. At 39.41% of its live capacity of 745,630 million litres.
  • 473,480 million litres
    Panam Dam. At 58.08% of its live capacity of 552,960 million litres.
  • 1,249,700 million litres
    Kadana Dam. At 98.02% of its live capacity of 1,191,700 million litres. An HIGH ALERT has been issued by Gujarat State Disaster Management Authority.
  • 140,890 million litres
    Watrak Dam. At 33.12% of its live capacity of 134,790 million litres.
  • 152,050 million litres
    Hathmati Dam. At 42.30% of its live capacity of 142,360 million litres.
  • 173,220 million litres
    Sukhi Dam. At 100.00% of its live capacity of 163,220 million litres. An HIGH ALERT has been issued by Gujarat State Disaster Management Authority.
  • 524,090 million litres
    Damanganga Dam. At 83.67% of its live capacity of 478,090 million litres. An HIGH ALERT has been issued by Gujarat State Disaster Management Authority.
  • 308,680 million litres
    Shetrunji Dam. At 100.00% of its live capacity of 299,900 million litres. A HIGH ALERT has been issued by Gujarat State Disaster Management Authority.
  • 69,550 million litres
    Und-I Dam. At 100.00% of its live capacity of 65,950 million litres. A HIGH ALERT has been issued by Gujarat State Disaster Management Authority.
  • 187,910 million litres
    Bhadar Dam. At 99.95% of its live capacity of 187,910 million litres. An HIGH ALERT has been issued by Gujarat State Disaster Management Authority.
  • 87,910 million litres
    Machchhu-II Dam. At 59.96% of its live capacity of 84,100 million litres.
  • 68,950 million litres
    Machchhu - I Dam. At 62.22% of its live capacity of 68,950 million litres.
  • 57,510 million litres
    Brahmani Dam. At 30.01% of its live capacity of 56,290 million litres.
  • 7,414,290 million litres
    Ukai Dam. At 89.23% of its live capacity of 6,729,900 million litres. An HIGH ALERT has been issued by Gujarat State Disaster Management Authority. 28 Sep: Gates opened to release 1.5 lakh cusecs of water in Tapi river in Surat following heavy rainfall in adjoining areas including Maharashtra. (Click/Tap for details on usage and distribution of water stored in its reservoir).