Which is The Highest Dam in India?

  1. Bhakra Nangal
  2. Sardar Sarovar
  3. Tehri
  4. Rihand
Anurag Mishra Professor Asked on 6th September 2015 in Geography.
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Answer: (3) Tehri

Tehri dam is the highest dam in the India. It’s construction began in 1978 and completed in 2006.

RE: Which is The Highest Dam in India?


The length of this dam is 575 m and width of this dam is 20 m. The height of this dam is 260.5 m and the surface area of this dam is 52 sq.km. It is made above the Bhagirathi river  in Uttrakhand. 

Anurag Mishra Professor Answered on 7th September 2015.
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