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Radhanagari Dam, Maharashtra
Radhanagari Dam stands across the across Bhogawati River in Maharashtra.
 
 Radhanagari Dam, MaharashtraRadhanagari Dam was constructed by the decree of Shahu Maharaj the ruler of Kolhapur State. This dam mainly supplies water to the Kolhapur District of Maharashtra. The Radhanagari Dam is constructed across the Bhogawati River. The Radhanagari Dam is almost a century old dam, primarily used for irrigation purpose and power generation. The Radhanagari Dam is 1037 m long, covering an expanse of around 11000 hectares of wooded hills around it. There is a hydroelectric project installed at Radhanagari Dam with a capacity of 10 MW. The nearest airport of Radhanagari Dam is Belgaum with Kolhapur as the nearest railway station.

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(Last Updated on : 25/03/2009)
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