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Tatipudi Reservoir, Andhra Pradesh
Tatipudi Reservoir Project was constructed across River Gosthani in Vizianagaram District of Andhra Pradesh.
 
 Tatipudi Reservoir, Andhra PradeshTatipudi Reservoir Project was constructed during 1963-1968 across River Gosthani in Andhra Pradesh. The Tatipudi Reservoir Project fulfills the irrigation requirements of a total ayacut of 15,378 acres (62 km2) in Vizianagaram District and also provides drinking water to Visakhapatnam City. The Project utilizes 3.325 TMC of the available water and the reservoir storage capacity is approximately 3 TMC. The estimated cost of the project was Rs. 1.820 crores.

A village and Panchayat, Tatipudi is in Gantyada Mandal, Vizianagaram district of Andhra Pradesh, India. The Ayacut of Tatipudi Reservoir Project was 15,378 acres (62 km2) and has been stabilized in Gantyada, S.Kota and Jami Mandals of Vizianagaram District.

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(Last Updated on : 02/03/2012)
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