|Dam and spillways|
|Type of dam||Embankment dam|
|Total capacity||69,165,000 m3 (56,073 acre·ft)|
Parambikulam Dam is an embankment dam on the Parambikulam River,  Parambikulam located in the Palakkad district in the Western Ghats of Kerala, India, ranks number one in India as well as in the top ten embankment dams in the world in volume in the year 2000.
This Dam was built by Thiru.Kamarajar. The dam is owned and operated by Tamil Nadu, Per the agreement with Tamil Nadu, Kerala was supposed to receive 7.25 TMC feet of water per year from the Parambikulam Aliyar Project of which the Parambikulam Dam is a part. In 2004, Kerala did not receive any water after February 10, resulting in the drying up of paddy in thousands of acres in Chittur taluk. Since this agreement has still not been met as of July 2006, Kerala Water Resources Minister has called for a review of the project agreement.
On 17th October 2012, Kerala and Tamil Nadu reached an accord on Parambikulam-Aliyar water. 
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- "Four dams - Mullaperiyar Dam, Parambikulam Dam, Thunakadavu Dam and Peruvaripallam Dam - are owned, operated and maintained by Tamil Nadu whereas they were situated in the territory of Kerala - Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Jayalalithaa.".
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