Dholidhaja Dam

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Dholidhaja dam on Bhogavo River is located near Surendranagar city and in the urban area of Surendranagar Dudhrej Municipality in the state of Gujarat, India.


It provides drinking and utility water to 3,00,000 to 4,00,000 people of Surendranagar, Wadhwan, Joravarnagar and Ratanpar.[1]


On 26 January 2010, Narendra Modi, then Chief Minister of Gujarat, announced that Dholidhaja Dam will be developed as a tourist destination.

60,000 trees have been planted near the dam.

It has developed into a very good picnic spot.


It is located in the west of Surendranagar. Dholidhaja Dam can be reached via Muli Highway or via Dalmill-Khamisana Road.


  1. ^ "Narmada water released into Dholi Dhaja dam in Surendranagar". The Times of India. Rajkot. TNN. June 23, 2012. Retrieved 2013-05-14. 

Coordinates: 22°42′50″N 71°34′20″E / 22.71389°N 71.57222°E / 22.71389; 71.57222