A natural fall of 80 to 120 ft 24 to 37 m in the river Mahanadi is used to generate electricity. Indira Gandhi Project-It is a joint venture of Punjab, Rajasthan and Haryana and is built on the rivers Satluj and Beas. It consists of a barrage across the Ganga at Farakka, another barrage at Jangipur across the Bhagirthi, a 39-km long feeder canal taking off from the right bank of the Ganga at Farakka and tailing into the Bhagirathi below the Jangipur barrage, and a road-cum-rail bridge have already been completed. In the season, the receding water of the dam makes the structures become visible. The reservoirs, therefore, are incapable of absorbing heavy floods. गण्डक नदी परियोजना गण्डक नदी बिहार और नेपाल 11.
It enters Orissa from the highland of Naraj. Rajasthan Canal Project It is a bold venture of bringing irrigation to a desert area. पनामा परियोजना पनामा नदी गुजरात 38. Hirakud Project Odisha It is the first of a chain of three Dams planned for harnessing the Mahanadi. By: Vipin Khokad Multipurpose river valley projects in India were started with the basic aim of meeting the critical requirements of irrigation for agriculture, electricity for industries and flood control. These projects encourage growth of industries in the surrounding area. It is estimated to cost around Rs 2000 crore.
Two dams are to be built across it. So it was called the 'Sorrow of Bihar now Jharkhand and West Bengal'. Gobind Ballabh Pant Sagar is a part of this project. Interest in these lost temples has been rekindled after two stones, etched with writing 'Shila Lekha' , were recovered from what is believed to be the Padmaseni temple of submerged Padmapur village. As a result, the cost of generating thermal power is Rs. Kosi Project Ans: C Explanation: Bhakhra-Nangal Project is the biggest multipurpose project constructed on Satluj in Punjab and Himachal Pradesh. The key to better management, therefore, lies not in big dams at exorbitant financial and ecological costs, but in minor irrigation which ensures maximum use of ground water and better control over irrigation sources.
फरक्का परियोजना गंगा, भागीरथी पश्चिम बंगाल 12. Bihar and Uttar Pradesh are the participating Indian States. The place is mostly inhabited by fishermen, whose deity Ghanteswari is revered in the neighboring area. Sharda Project- It is a project built on the rivers Sharda and Gomti in Uttar Pradesh. Although these projects yield an assortment of environmental and economic benefits, the construction of massive dams also pose numerous problems for small towns and villages. So, which of these dams is your favorite? The major objectives behind the construction of this dam were: a Harnessing ample hydel power from swift flow of water. Koel Karo Project The project envisages construction of earthen dam across river south Koel at Basia in Bihar and another dam over north Karo at Lohajimi.
सरहिंद नाहर परियोजना सतलज नदी हरियाणा 56. The reservoir has a storage capacity of 5. Nagarjunasagar Project This Project is a venture of Andhra Pradesh for utilizing water of the Krishna River. Communities along their river are flooded and have to relocate. Tungbhadra Project-It is a joint venture of Andhra Pradesh and Kamataka and is built on the river Tungbhadra.
Pong Dam-This project is on the river Beas in Himachal Pradesh. Pandit laid the first batch of concrete on 12 April 1948. Government and comprises the construction of a concrete gravity dam across the Rihand River in Mirzapur District U. The project involves construction of Chandil dam and Galudih barrage on river Subernrekha in the Ganga basin, Icha dam and Kharkai barrage on river Kharkai. Damodar valley has the largest deposits of black gold i. This project has opened door for transportation and navigation through canals. Subansiri dam-Assam The Subansiri dam also known as Subansiri Lower Dam, is a under construction gravity dam across the Subansiri River at the border of Assam and Arunachal Pradesh.
Archived from on 24 November 2006. Project: a Three canals were constructed, one each at eastern and western side and another at Rajpur, to irrigate cultivable lands of Monghyr and Saharsa districts. . On the back side of this note there are thirteen regional languages along with an image of the Hirakud Dam and Hydro-Electric station. The Gandak Project: The river Gandak, after debouching from Nepal Himalaya, has been tapped at Champaran in Bihar in its left bank and Gorakhpur in Uttar Pradesh in its right bank. It is situated near Nalgonda district. Srisailarn Project It is a massive power project, 110 km away from Nagarjunasagar in the upper reaches of the river Krishna.
Ukai Project Gujarat It is a Project of the State of Gujarat. This project may be divided into two distinct part. The Bhakra-Nangal Project: Bhakra-Nangal Project is a joint venture of Punjab, Himachal Pradesh and Haryana. Periyar Valley Scheme Kerala The scheme envisages the construction of a masonry barrage 210. हंसदेव बंगो परियोजना हंसदेव नदी मध्य प्रदेश 47. Subarnarekha Project It is Rs 130-crore multipurpose project, which would, when completed, provide assured irrigation to 7,06,000 acres to the chronically drought-prone areas of Orissa and Bihar. They also help in checking floods and safeguarding soils.