|Purpose||Irrigation, Water storage|
|Owner(s)||Water Resources Department, Rajasthan|
|Dam and spillways|
|Type of dam||Concrete Gravity|
|Impounds||Kali Sindh River|
|Height||316 m (1,037 ft)|
|Length||995 m (3,264 ft)|
|Active capacity||54,200,000 m3 (43,900 acre⋅ft)|
|Catchment area||7,547 km2 (2,914 sq mi)|
Kalisindh Dam is a concrete gravity dam across Kali Sindh River. It is situated near Jetpura village which is 16 km from Jhalawar, Rajasthan, India.  It is built primarily for providing water for irrigation to nearby villages, control annual floods in Kali Sindh River and uplift water to storage of 1200 mcft water for Kalisindh Thermal Power Station.
The dam has the highest number of gates (33) among all dams in Rajasthan.
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