In Tirupati City, Tirupati District, Andhra Pradesh, India, the Kalyani Dam is a gravity dam that spans the Swarnamukhi River. One of the main water supply sources for Tirupati city and its catchment areas is this dam. The Kalyani Dam can supply Tirupati with water for at least two years after it is filled.
The Kalyani Dam was built in the year 1977. The Kalyani Dam was built across the Swarnamukhi River, with a storage capacity of 25 million cubic metres, between hills in the Seshachalam Hill ranges.
- 48.56 km2 catchment area (18.75 sq mi)
- Dam site: Tirupati, Tirupati District, Andhra Pradesh
- Reservoir Full Level: 274.31 metres (900 feet) msl
kalyani dam visiting timings: 8.00 am – 6.00 pm
tirupati to kalyani dam distance: 40 min (20.5 km) via Anantapur – Tirupati Hwy
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