Reservoirs in Maharashtra

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This article considers the lentic man-made reservoirs in Maharashtra state.

Important reservoirs of Maharashtra[edit]

  • Yeldari reservoir (Parbhani district)
  • Siddeshwar reservoir (Parbhani district)
  • Jaikwadi (Nathsagar)reservoir (Aurangabad district)
  • Manjara reservoir (Beed district)
  • Bhathghar reservoir (Pune district)
  • Palas-Nilegaon reservoir (Osmanabad district)
  • Ujani reservoir(Solapur district)
  • Hingni (Pangaon) reservoir (Solapur district)
  • Majalgaon reservoir (Beed district)
  • Dhom reservoir (Pune district)
  • Bendsura reservoir (Beed district)
  • Wan reservoir (Beed)
  • Ramdara reservoir (Osmanabad district)
  • Terna reservoir (Osmanabad district)
  • Makni reservoir (Osmanabad)
  • Bori reservoir (Osmanabad district)
  • Masoli reservoir (Parbhani district)
  • Shivaji Lake (Shivajisagar or Koyana reservoir) (Satara district)
  • Ekruk reservoir (Solapur district)
  • Masoli reservoir (Parbhani district)
  • Vaitarna reservoir(Nashik District)
  • Girana reservoir(Nashik District)
  • Mukane reservoir(Nashik District)
  • Gangapur reservoir(Nashik District)
  • Karanjawan reservoir(Nashik District)
  • Darana reservoir(Nashik District)
  • kadawa reservoir(Nashik District)
  • Waghad reservoir(Nashik District)

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  • Sakhare,V.B.2005. "Reservoir fisheries of Maharashtra." Fishing Chimes. 23(7):34-37
  • Sakhare,V.B.2007. Reservoir Fisheries and Limnology, Narendra Publishing House, Delhi
  • Sakhare,V.B.2007. Applied Fisheries. Daya Publishing House, Delhi
  • Mapping, locations, statistical data; diversion of flow from east to west, reservoirs on different scales from Nathsagar to tanks system of Bhandara, Pazar talav, seasonal flow patterns and as they are modified by bunding and lifting of water