Totladoh Dam built on Pench river near Ramtek in Nagpur district, Maharashtra state, India. Totladoh Dam is situated about 70 Km from Nagpur. It was built between 1975 to 1985 on the Pench River near Madhya Pradesh’s border.
Pench National Park is situated in this area and it is declared as a wildlife sanctuary in 1983 and 25th Tiger Reserve in the country of India. There is also a lot more wildlife that can be found in Pench National Park aside from its tigers.
The common animals which can be seen are the gaur, sambhars, blue bulls, macaque, langur, wild boar, bears, and wild dogs, and the Park is well known for its deer and leopards. A few tigers and civets can also be spotted sometimes. It opens early morning and late afternoon for visitors.
|Name of Dam||Name of River||Name of Place||Main Purpose||Area||Types of Dam||Height||Capacity of Water||Capacity of Power|
|Totladoh Dam||Pench||Tah. Ramtek, Dist. Nagpur||Hydroelectricity||4273 sq km.||Clay||74.50 meter||43.82 TMC||160 MW|
How to Reach Totladoh Dam
|By Road||Nearest RailWay Station||Nearest Airport||Google Map|
|1. Distance from Nagpur, Nagpur – Jabalpur highway 64 km and after that 29 km Totladoh via devlapar-Silari.||Nagpur||Nagpur|