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Lakes, Dams and Water Bodies
In Maharashtra

Popular Dams

Maharashtra is the one of the big state having source of two biggest river of India in terms of water inflows and river basin area, Godavari and Krishna river. There are around 1821 small, large and big dams in Maharashtra, build on major rivers including Koyna river, Bhima river and Wardha Wainganga river.

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Chandoli dam .

Chandoli dam is near Chandoli National Park. It is a soil dam. The dam was constructed for irrigation and electricity generation.

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Vaitarna Dam .

Vaitarna Dam is in the Palghar and Nashik districts of Maharashtra. It is constructed on the Vaitarna river and supplies water to Palghar and Mumbai districts. The dam is also known as Modaksagar dam. 

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Ujani Dam .

Ujani Dam is a panoramic place from the Solapur district. It is constructed on the Bhima river and is hence also known as the Bhima dam. It features a variety of indigenous and migratory birds; and is famous for bird watching, especially flamingo and wildlife birds.

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Veer Dam .

Veer dam is situated on the Nira river in Satara district. It gives a stretch of 7-8 KM from along the River Nira. This entire belt along the river is a popular attraction amongst birdwatchers.

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Dams and Lakes

Maharashtra has an abundance of lakes and waterfalls (especially the ones that come alive during the monsoon) which can make your trip that much more exciting.

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Origin - Destination Distance in Kilometers Estimated duration
Mumbai - Bangalore 500 5 hour 45 minutes
Origin - Destination Distance in Kilometers Estimated duration
Mumbai - Bangalore 400 8 hour 30 minutes
Origin - Destination Distance in Kilometers Estimated duration
Mumbai - Bangalore 250 2 hours

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