|Elevation||23 m (75 ft)|
|• Official||Bengali, English|
|Time zone||IST (UTC+5:30)|
In 1932, the Anderson weir was constructed at Randiha. As a result, irrigation facility has been available in the lower Damodar basin before the advent of dams by means of the diversion weir on the Damodar and Eden canal to the extent of 890 square kilometres in the districts of Burdwan and Hooghly. Detailed examination of flow data as available at Randiha, revealed that maximum flow of 650,000 cu ft/s (18,000 m3/s) had occurred twice in August 1913 and August 1935 before the implementation of Damodar Valley Scheme.
It is a picnic spot.
The Eden Canal was built in 1904 (or earlier) from Kanchannagar to Jamalpur and was linked to the Damodar canals carrying water from Randiha weir in the thirties. It provides irrigation to 10,000 hectares of land in Barddhaman district.
As per the 2011 Census of India Randiha had a total population of 1,953, of which 1,014 (52%) were males and 938 (47%) were females. Population below 6 years was 191. The total number of literates in Randiha was 1,274 (72.30% of the population over 6 years).
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