Tehri Dam is the highest dam in India, With a height of 261 meters and the eighth tallest dam in the world.
The high rock and earth-fill embankment dam first phase was completed in 2006 and other two phases are under construction.
Bhakra Nangal is the largest dam in India, with a height of 225 meters and second largest Dam in Asia.
After independence we have made lots of progress in dams and water reservoirs, Now India is one of the world’s most prolific dam-builders.
Around 4300 large dams already constructed and many more in the pipeline, Almost half of which are more than twenty years old.
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Hirakud Dam is one of the longest dams in the world about 26 km in length.
There are two observation towers on the dam one is “Gandhi Minar” and another one is “Nehru Minar”.
Indira Sagar Dam is the Largest Reservoir in India followed by other top big and large water reservoirs, These major dams in India with canals and channel provides an ideal environment for wildlife.
Tehri Dam located on the Bhagirathi River, Uttaranchal Now become Uttarakhand.
The Hirakud Reservoir is 55 km long used as multipurpose scheme intended for flood control, irrigation and power generation.
It was one of the major multipurpose river valley project after Independence.
The Dam water reservoir use for irrigation, municipal water supply and the generation of 1,000 MW of hydroelectricity.