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Pandoh Dam, Himachal Pradesh
Pandoh Dam stands on the Beas River in Himachal Pradesh.
 
 Pandoh Dam, Himachal PradeshPandoh Dam is a diversion dam on the River Beas at Pandoh in Mandi District of Himachal Pradesh. The dam stands about 21 km east of Mandi on the Mandi Kullu Road.

The Pandoh Dam is earth cum rock filled, with 76 m high the deepest foundation and generates 165 MW of power. There are five bays established for regulating the flow of water.

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(Last Updated on : 10/03/2012)
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