Mutha River

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Mutha River
River
Source
 - location Pune District, Pune, Sahyadri

The Mutha River[1] is a river in western Maharashtra, India. It arises in the Western Ghats and flows eastward until it merges with the Mula River in the city of Pune. It has been dammed twice, firstly at the Panshet Dam (on the Ambi River), used as a source of drinking water for Pune city and irrigation. The water released here is dammed again at Khadakwasla and is an important source of drinking water for Pune. One more dam has been built later on the Mutha river at Temghar.

After merging with the Mula River in Pune, it flows on as the Mula-Mutha River to join the Bhima River.

Bridges Across Mutha River[edit]

  1. Warje Bridge. (Katraj-Dehu Road Bypass)
  2. Chhatrapati Rajaram Bridge.
  3. Mathre Bridge.
  4. S M Joshi Bridge.
  5. Yeshwantroa Chawan Bridge.
  6. Sambhaji Bridge. (Lakdipul)
  7. Z-Bridge.
  8. Bhide Bridge.
  9. Shinde Bridge.
  10. Jayantrao Tilak Bridge.
  11. Chhatrapati Shivaji Bridge. (Navapul)
  12. Dengate Bridge.
  13. Railway Sangam Bridge.
  14. Sangam Bridge.

Notes[edit]



Coordinates: 18°31′51″N 73°51′38″E / 18.53083°N 73.86056°E / 18.53083; 73.86056