Khudia Dam Mungeli Chhattisgarh

Rajiv Gandhi Reservoir comes under the Mungeli district.

Which are part of Chhattisgarh state.

Rajiv Gandhi Reservoir was built in 1927-1930 in a village named Khudia.

This is the reason that this dam is known as Khudia or Khudia Reservoir.

Khudia Dam Mungeli Chhattisgarh

Khudia Dam
Khudia Dam

Maniyari River originates from the Sihawal area of the Lormi plateau of the Mungeli district area by joining three natural hills.

 Dam was built from 1927 to 1930 under the name of Rajiv Gandhi Reservoir.

Its tributaries are the Agar River (which flows in the middle of Mungeli city.), Chhoti Narmada, and Ghongha River.

Their hills are full of dense forests.

Which suddenly pulls mountain lovers towards itself.

This dam, just a short distance from Bilaspur, was built during the British rule.

The water of this dam is filtered and used for drinking purposes in Mungeli town.

The overflow of this Dam looks very beautiful.

Which attracts the attention of tourists.

In one part of this dam, Rajiv Gandhi Dam has been written in golden and big letters.

People coming here keep posting their videos and photographs on social media.

 

Scheme Name of Khudia Dam

Maniyari River Reservoir Scheme

(for irrigation)

Origin of Khudia Dam

Maniyari River Sihanwal

The water catchment area of Khudia Dam

854.50 sq km

Average water capacity of Khudia Dam

151.26 m3

construction work

1924-1930

Irrigated Area

5200 Hectares

Samagam

in Shivnath River near Talgaon

Beneficiated Village

327

length of the dam

2095 m.

Dam height

28.96 meters

cost

99.40 lakh

District

Mungeli

Boating Price in Khudiya Dam

You can enjoy boating in Dam for a little penny.

Here Paidal Boat – Rs. 50.00/- & Motor Boat – 100.00/- can enjoy here.

How to Reach Khudiya

Bus services or private taxis, and autos are always available to Mungeli town, which is 75 km from Nyaydhani Bilaspur. In Bilaspur Railway Junction, you can take train service from all major cities.

Nearby Tourist Places in the Mungeli District

“Mungeli” District Tourist Places are many.

 

Achnakmar Tiger Reserve (ATR) – Here you can enjoy a jungle safari.

Setganga Temple – This temple has a special contribution to Chhattisgarh tourism and culture.

Kharaghat – Unique temple depicting Lord Shiva. Reach here also after leaving time.

Hathnikala Temple – Of Maa Durga

Madku Islands – These are unique natural and cultural places of Hindu and Christian communities.

Amar Island – This is a famous temple rich in natural and religious culture.

Shivghat – There are ancient temples on the banks of Maniyari river.

Mungeli Dam

Mungeli Dam is a serene place surrounded by lush greenery. It’s a great spot for picnics and enjoying some peaceful moments in nature.

Turturiya

Turturiya is a small village in Mungeli district known for its natural beauty and tranquil surroundings. The village is a great place to experience rural life and interact with the local community.

Bhaderwahi Temple

 This is a famous temple in Mungeli district. It’s of Lord Shiva and attracts devotees from the surrounding areas.

Amritdhara Waterfall

 While not directly in the Mungeli district, Amritdhara Waterfall is nearby and is a popular attraction. It’s a beautiful waterfall full of dense forests, making it a great spot for nature lovers and trekkers.

Chirimiri

 Chirimiri is a town not far from Mungeli, and it’s for its picturesque landscapes and coal mines. The surrounding forests and hills make it a charming place to explore.

Hasdev Bango Dam

 It is near Chirimiri, this dam is another place where you can enjoy some serene moments by the water, surrounded by hills and greenery.

Tara Devi Temple

 It is in the Chirimiri region, this temple is of Goddess Tara. It’s a significant religious site and also offers panoramic views of the surrounding area.

Bhainsa Kund

It’s a natural spring near Chirimiri. The crystal-clear waters and the surrounding greenery make it a relaxing place to visit.

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