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SRSP Kakatiya Canal

Kakatiya Canal is a major canal in the Telangana State in India. Its full name is SRSP Kakatiya Canalas the canal originates from the Sriram Sagar dam to  to the Lower Manair Dam (LMD) Reservoir to Khammam Reservoir

It feeds North Telangana by passing through the region for irrigation and as well as drinking water for major cities.

Kakatiya Canal is about 284 km long with 9,700 cusecs flow capacity and passing through Nizamabad,  Jagtia, Karimnagar, Warangal Urban, Warangal Rural, Mahabubabad.

Suryapeta and Bhadradri Kothagudem Districts will benefited by inflow of Kakatiya Canal to Musi River.

This canal is an inter river basin transfer link by feeding Godavari River water to Krishna river basin in Warangal and Khammam districts. 4 Units of 9 MW each to generate 36 MW have also been set up to harness the water head before feeding water in to the canal.

Located at Km.146.00 of Kakatiya Canal on Manair River near Karimnagar is a balancing reservoir.

Mendora, Velkatoor, Venchariyal, Yergatla

Dabba - Ibrahimpatnam - Regunta - Metpalli - Vellulla - Masaipeta, Peddapur, Ramarao Palle, Nagulpet, Vallampally, Mediaplli, Thatipally, Ambaripet, Anthargam, Manala, Lambadipalli, Namapur

Raghampeta - Choppadandi - Konerupalli - Malkapur - Lower Maner Dam - Yadavulapalli - Alugunur - Manakondur - Devampally - Gattu Duddenapally - Narsingapuram - Kareempet - Singapuram - Huzurabad

Warangal Urban 
 Suraram - Laknavaram - Chinthagattu -  Paidipally

Warangal Rural
Mogilicherla - Geesugonda - Sangem - Konkapaka - Yellanda - Wardannapet - Rayaparthy - Muripirala Balancing reservoir - Venkateshwarapally

SRIRAMASAGAR PROJECT STAGE- II  comprises of (i) Extension of Kakatiya Main Canal from KM 284.00 to 346.00 (upto Musi river which joins in Krishna River) near Anantharam, Mahabubabad district.

 Chinnavangara - Pedda Vangara - Narsingapuram Reservoir (Bayyana Vaagu) - Kodakandla

Proposed Kaleshwaram lift irrigation project water will be lifted to Sripada Sagar at Yellampalli in Ramagundam from this project and then it will be conveyed to mid-Manair reservoir.

Kakatiya canal repair work will be undertaken soon on a war footing and a sum of Rs 130 crore has been sanctioned for the purpose, Telangana Irrigation Minister T Harish Rao said today.

After carrying out the repairs, the water from the canal, which has a storage capacity of 8,500 cusec, would be available for irrigation, Rao said.


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