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Monsoon fills up all Major Dams in and around Jaipur


Rajasthan capital Jaipur and the other parts of the state, have received heavy rainfall at many places in the last few weeks. The almost regular rains in the city have provided plentiful of water to all major reservoirs in and around the Jaipur city.

An officer from the Jaipur MET office said that it is expected that the state will get more rainfall when compared to last year. He also told that 3 more spells of south west monsoon are left according to experts.

Let’s check out the water levels different dams in the state have attained this season till date.

Reservoir

Place

Attained water level

Full capacity

Jawahar Sagar

Kota

297.24RL/m

298.70RL/m

Kota Barrage dam

Kota

259.17RL/m

260.30RL/m

Parvati dam

Dholpur

230.10RL/m

223.41RL/m

Mahi dam

Banswara

272.10RL/m

281.50RL/m

Bisalpur

 

310.55RL/m

315.50RL/m

 9% increase in rainfall

dam

The Rajasthan state has received a rainfall of 317.55 mm till July, 2016 when compared to receiving 249.38 mm in 2015 by this time. So far, the state has received 9% more rainfall than last year’s rainfall by this time.

Expect more rains in the coming weeks

The state has just received the second spell of the south west monsoon this week. 3 more spells are left according to experts.

 

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