Dams of Maharashtra: Salient Features (Set - 12)

A dam is a barrier that confiscates water or underground streams. Some of the dams of Maharshtra are listed in the article.
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A dam is a barrier that confiscates water or underground streams. Some of the dams of Maharshtra are listed in the article

 

Name of Dam: Birnal
Nearest City: Jath
District: Sangli
State: Maharashtra    
River Name: Local Nallah
Basin: Krishna
Type of Dam: Earthen
Purpose of Dam: Irrigation
Year of Completion: 1977

Name of Dam: Bhugaon
Nearest City: Mulshi
District: Pune
State: Maharashtra    
River Name: Local Nallah
Basin: Krishna
Type of Dam: Earthen
Purpose of Dam: Irrigation
Year of Completion: 1983

Name of Dam: Bhudihal
Nearest City: Sangola
District: Solapur
State: Maharashtra    
River Name: Belwan
Basin: Krishna
Type of Dam: Earthen
Purpose of Dam: Irrigation
Year of Completion: 1966

Name of Dam: Bhoshi
Nearest City: Jitur
District: Parbhani
State: Maharashtra    
River Name: Local Nallah
Basin: Godavari
Type of Dam: Earthen
Purpose of Dam: Irrigation
Year of Completion: 1984

Name of Dam: Bhopgaon
Nearest City: Purandar
District: Pune
State: Maharashtra    
River Name: Chambali
Basin: Krishna
Type of Dam: Earthen
Purpose of Dam: Irrigation
Year of Completion: 2004

Name of Dam: Bholawali
Nearest City: Mandangad    
District: Ratnagiri    
State: Maharashtra    
River Name: Local Nallah
Basin: West flowing rivers from Tapi to Tadri    
Type of Dam: Earthen
Purpose of Dam: Irrigation
Year of Completion: 2001

Name of Dam: Borala
Nearest City: Washim    
District: Washim
State: Maharashtra    
River Name: Local Nallah
Basin: Godavari
Type of Dam: Earthen
Purpose of Dam: Irrigation
Year of Completion: 1970

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