(Last Updated on : 21-11-2018)
Parichha Dam, standing on the River Betwa
, is located about 25 km from Jhansi
, Uttar Pradesh
. The dam is sited on the Jhansi-Kanpur
No. 25. Parichha Dam is actually a reservoir or a placid stretch of water, which runs to Notghat Bridge, 34 km away from Jhansi. It is ideal for water sports.
Visiting Information to Parichha Dam
Jhansi Airport is the nearest airport to this dam. Jhansi Junction Railway Station
would be the nearest rail station to this spot. The dam can also be reached by road via Jhansi-Kanpur National Highway No. 25
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