Which is the first largest dam in India?

# Name Max Height above Foundation (m)
1 Tehri Dam 260.5
2 Lakhwar Dam 204
3 Idukki (Eb)/Idukki Arch Dam 169
4 Bhakra Dam 167.64

Which is the second largest dam in India?

Bhakhra Dam

Bhakra Dam – Himachal Pradesh is a gravity dam across the Sutlej River and features prominently in top of the lalargest dams in India. Its reservoir is known as the ‘Gobind Sagar Lake’ and is the 2nd largest in India.

Which is the biggest and largest dam of India?

Bhakra Nangal Dam

Source Across the Sutlej River, Bhakra Nangal, located in the Bilaspur district is the largest dam in India. This gravity dam with a height of 225 meters is the second largest dam in Asia.

Which is the first largest dam in the world?

World’s Tallest Dam

Currently, the tallest dam in the world is Nurek Dam on the Vakhsh River in Tajikistan. It is 984 feet (300 meters) tall. Hoover Dam is 726.4 feet (221.3 meters) tall.

Where is the biggest dam located?

Three Gorges Dam, China is the world’s largest hydroelectric facility. In 2012, the Three Gorges Dam in China took over the #1 spot of the largest hydroelectric dam (in electricity production), replacing the Itaipú hydroelectric power plant in Brazil and Paraguay.

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Which is the deepest river in India?

Highest, Longest, Largest, Tallest, Deepest in India and the World

Highest Award Bharat Ratna
Deepest River Valley Bhagirathi & Alaknanda
Largest Church Saint Cathedral (Goa)
Oldest Church St. Thomas Church at Palayar, Trichur (Kerala)
Longest River Ganga (2640 km long)

Which state has no river in India?

Chandigarh has no river but it has large lake, Sukhana. This area has warm summer and cold winter. The average rainfall is 100 cm.