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 ===== About Godavari Basin ===== ===== About Godavari Basin =====
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 ===== Description ===== ===== Description =====
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 The Godavari basin extends over states of Maharashtra,​ Andhra Pradesh, Chhattisgarh and Odisha in addition to smaller parts in Madhya Pradesh, Karnataka and Union territory of Puducherry having a total area of 3,12,812 Sq.km with a maximum length and width of about 995 km and 583 km. It lies between 73°24’ to 83°4’ east longitudes and 16°19’ to 22°34’ north latitudes and accounts for nearly 9.5% of the total geographical area of the country. The basin is bounded by Satmala hills, the Ajanta range and the Mahadeo hills on the north, by the Eastern Ghats on the south and the east and by the Western Ghats on the west. The Godavari River rises from Trimbakeshwar in the Nashik district of Maharashtra about 80 km from the Arabian Sea at an elevation of 1,067 m. The total length of Godavari from its origin to outfall into the Bay of Bengal is 1,465 km. About 64 km. from the origin, the Godavari is joined by Dharna, on its right bank and a short distance down stream the Kadana joins it from the left. The combined waters of the Pravara and Mula which rise in the hills of Akola join the river from left about 217 km. from the origin. About 338 km. from the origin, the river receives the combined waters from the Purna and Dudhna rivers and after a further 138 km. at the border of Maharashtra and Andhra Pradesh, the waters of the Manjira river joins it from the South. At this point, Godavari flows at an elevation of about 329 m. The river Pranhita, conveying the combined waters of Penganga, the Wardha and Wainganga, which drain Nagpur and southern slopes of the Satpura ranges, falls into Godavari about 306 km. below its confluence with the Manjira. The waters of the Indravathi join the river Godavari 48 Km down stream. The last major tributary is the Sabari, which joins the Godavari, 100 km. up-stream of Rajahmundry. The largest tributary of the Godavari is the Pranhita with about 34.87% coverage of drainage area. The Pravara, Manjira and Maner are right bank tributaries covering about 16.14%, the Purna, Pranhita, Indravathi and Sabari are important left bank tributaries,​ covering nearly 59.7% of the total catchment area of the basin. The Godavari in the upper, middle, and lower reaches make up for the balance 24.16%. The major part of basin is covered with agricultural land accounting to 59.57% of the total area and 3.6% of the basin is covered by water bodies. The basin spreads over 51 parliamentary constituencies (2009) comprising 21 of Maharashtra,​ 18 of Andhra Pradesh, 4 of Madhya Pradesh, 3 each of Chhattisgarh and Odisha and 1 each of Karnataka and Puducherry. The Godavari basin extends over states of Maharashtra,​ Andhra Pradesh, Chhattisgarh and Odisha in addition to smaller parts in Madhya Pradesh, Karnataka and Union territory of Puducherry having a total area of 3,12,812 Sq.km with a maximum length and width of about 995 km and 583 km. It lies between 73°24’ to 83°4’ east longitudes and 16°19’ to 22°34’ north latitudes and accounts for nearly 9.5% of the total geographical area of the country. The basin is bounded by Satmala hills, the Ajanta range and the Mahadeo hills on the north, by the Eastern Ghats on the south and the east and by the Western Ghats on the west. The Godavari River rises from Trimbakeshwar in the Nashik district of Maharashtra about 80 km from the Arabian Sea at an elevation of 1,067 m. The total length of Godavari from its origin to outfall into the Bay of Bengal is 1,465 km. About 64 km. from the origin, the Godavari is joined by Dharna, on its right bank and a short distance down stream the Kadana joins it from the left. The combined waters of the Pravara and Mula which rise in the hills of Akola join the river from left about 217 km. from the origin. About 338 km. from the origin, the river receives the combined waters from the Purna and Dudhna rivers and after a further 138 km. at the border of Maharashtra and Andhra Pradesh, the waters of the Manjira river joins it from the South. At this point, Godavari flows at an elevation of about 329 m. The river Pranhita, conveying the combined waters of Penganga, the Wardha and Wainganga, which drain Nagpur and southern slopes of the Satpura ranges, falls into Godavari about 306 km. below its confluence with the Manjira. The waters of the Indravathi join the river Godavari 48 Km down stream. The last major tributary is the Sabari, which joins the Godavari, 100 km. up-stream of Rajahmundry. The largest tributary of the Godavari is the Pranhita with about 34.87% coverage of drainage area. The Pravara, Manjira and Maner are right bank tributaries covering about 16.14%, the Purna, Pranhita, Indravathi and Sabari are important left bank tributaries,​ covering nearly 59.7% of the total catchment area of the basin. The Godavari in the upper, middle, and lower reaches make up for the balance 24.16%. The major part of basin is covered with agricultural land accounting to 59.57% of the total area and 3.6% of the basin is covered by water bodies. The basin spreads over 51 parliamentary constituencies (2009) comprising 21 of Maharashtra,​ 18 of Andhra Pradesh, 4 of Madhya Pradesh, 3 each of Chhattisgarh and Odisha and 1 each of Karnataka and Puducherry.
  
-| **Salient Features of Godavari Basin** || +|**Salient Features of Godavari Basin** || 
-|**Basin Extent** ​ \\ Longitude ​ \\ Latitude| \\ 73° 24’ to 83° 4’ E  \\ 16° 19’ to 22° 34’ N|+|**Basin Extent** \\ Longitude \\ Latitude| \\ 73° 24’ to 83° 4’ E \\ 16° 19’ to 22° 34’ N|
 |**Length of Godavari River (Km)** |1465| |**Length of Godavari River (Km)** |1465|
 |**Catchment Area (Sq.km.)** |312812| |**Catchment Area (Sq.km.)** |312812|
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 ===== Drainage Area ===== ===== Drainage Area =====
  
-^Statewise Drainage Area (Km<​sup>​2</​sup>​ )^Name of State^Drainage Area|+^Statewise Drainage Area (Km<​sup>​2</​sup> ​ )^Name of State^Drainage Area|
 | |Maharashtra|152,​199| | |Maharashtra|152,​199|
 | |Andhra Pradesh|73,​201| | |Andhra Pradesh|73,​201|
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 | |Odisha|17,​752| | |Odisha|17,​752|
 | |Karnataka|4,​406| | |Karnataka|4,​406|
-|**Total Drainage Area of Godavari Basin (Km<​sup>​2</​sup>​ )** | |312,813|+|**Total Drainage Area of Godavari Basin (Km<​sup>​2</​sup> ​ )** | |312,813|
  
 ===== Topography ===== ===== Topography =====
  
-The Godavari basin is bounded on the north by the Satmala hills, on the south by the Ajanta range and the Mahadeo hills, on the east by the Eastern Ghats and on the west by the Western Ghats. Except for the hills forming the watershed around the basin, the entire drainage basin of the river comprises rolling and undulating country – a series of ridges and valleys interspersed with low hill ranges. The upper reaches of the Godavari drainage basin are occupied by the Deccan Traps containing minerals, hypersthene,​ augite, diopside, enstatite, magnetite, epidote, biotite, zircon, rutile, apatite and chlorite. The middle part of the basin is principally Archean granites and Dharwars composed of phyllites, quartzites, amphiboles and granites. The downstream part of the middle basin is occupied mainly by the Cuddapah and Vindhyan metasediments and rocks of the Gondwana group. The Cuddapahs and Vindhyan are quartzites, sandstones, shales, lime stones and conglomerates. The Gondwanas are principally detritals with some thick coal seams. The Eastern Ghats dominate the lower part of the drainage basin and are formed mainly from the Khondalites which include quartz- feldspar- garnet- silllimanite gneisses, quartzite, calc-granulites and charnockites. In the coastal region the tertiary Rajahmundry sandstones crop out. \\ The western edge of the basin is an almost unbroken line formed by the Sahyadri range of the Western Ghats from 600 to 2,100 m height. It has the heaviest rainfall and the dampest climate in the basin. Hardly 50 to 60 km east of the Ghats lie the sparsely cultivated and undulating plains of the Deccan, with a dry climate. The interior of the basin is a plateau, the greater part of which is at an elevation of 300 to 600 m with its general slope eastwards. Great undulating plains, divided from each other by flat topped ranges of hills, are the chief characteristics of this plateau. The Eastern Ghats which form the eastern boundary of the peninsula are not well-defined or continuous as the Sahyadri range on the west. They rise from the plains of East Godavari and Visakhapatnam to the level of the table land of Jeypore. The northern boundary of the basin comprises a series of table-lands varying from 600 to 1,200 m in elevation, which have withstood the effect of ages of denudation better than the terrain to the north and south of them. To the south, lie great stretches of plain at an elevation of more than 300 m interspersed with and surrounded by hill ranges, some bare and rocky, but generally covered with forests and scrub jungles. The delta of Godavari consists of a wide belt of river borne alluvium formed by deposits at the mouth of the river over the ages. The process of silting at the mouth of the river is still continuing and the delta is gradually extending into the sea.+The Godavari basin is bounded on the north by the Satmala hills, on the south by the Ajanta range and the Mahadeo hills, on the east by the Eastern Ghats and on the west by the Western Ghats. Except for the hills forming the watershed around the basin, the entire drainage basin of the river comprises rolling and undulating country – a series of ridges and valleys interspersed with low hill ranges. The upper reaches of the Godavari drainage basin are occupied by the Deccan Traps containing minerals, hypersthene,​ augite, diopside, enstatite, magnetite, epidote, biotite, zircon, rutile, apatite and chlorite. The middle part of the basin is principally Archean granites and Dharwars composed of phyllites, quartzites, amphiboles and granites. The downstream part of the middle basin is occupied mainly by the Cuddapah and Vindhyan metasediments and rocks of the Gondwana group. The Cuddapahs and Vindhyan are quartzites, sandstones, shales, lime stones and conglomerates. The Gondwanas are principally detritals with some thick coal seams. The Eastern Ghats dominate the lower part of the drainage basin and are formed mainly from the Khondalites which include quartz- feldspar- garnet- silllimanite gneisses, quartzite, calc-granulites and charnockites. In the coastal region the tertiary Rajahmundry sandstones crop out.\\ 
 +The western edge of the basin is an almost unbroken line formed by the Sahyadri range of the Western Ghats from 600 to 2,100 m height. It has the heaviest rainfall and the dampest climate in the basin. Hardly 50 to 60 km east of the Ghats lie the sparsely cultivated and undulating plains of the Deccan, with a dry climate. The interior of the basin is a plateau, the greater part of which is at an elevation of 300 to 600 m with its general slope eastwards. Great undulating plains, divided from each other by flat topped ranges of hills, are the chief characteristics of this plateau. The Eastern Ghats which form the eastern boundary of the peninsula are not well-defined or continuous as the Sahyadri range on the west. They rise from the plains of East Godavari and Visakhapatnam to the level of the table land of Jeypore. The northern boundary of the basin comprises a series of table-lands varying from 600 to 1,200 m in elevation, which have withstood the effect of ages of denudation better than the terrain to the north and south of them. To the south, lie great stretches of plain at an elevation of more than 300 m interspersed with and surrounded by hill ranges, some bare and rocky, but generally covered with forests and scrub jungles. The delta of Godavari consists of a wide belt of river borne alluvium formed by deposits at the mouth of the river over the ages. The process of silting at the mouth of the river is still continuing and the delta is gradually extending into the sea.
  
 ===== Water Quality ===== ===== Water Quality =====
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 ***Click on the highlighted river to get details** ***Click on the highlighted river to get details**
  
-River Overview Map  \\ (Generated Under India WRIS Project)+River Overview Map\\ 
 +(Generated Under India WRIS Project)
  
 ===== River System ===== ===== River System =====
  
-Godavari river rises near Nasik in Maharashtra at an elevation of about 1067 m and flows for a length of about 1465 km before outfalling in to the Bay of Bengal. The principal tributaries of the river are the Pravara, the Purna, the Manjra, the Penganga, the Wardha,the Wainganga the [[http://​59.179.19.250/​wrpinfo/​index.php?​title=Pranhita_Basin|Pranhita]] (combined flow of Wainganga, Penganga, Wardha), the Indravati, the Maner and the Sabri.+Godavari river rises near Nasik in Maharashtra at an elevation of about 1067 m and flows for a length of about 1465 km before outfalling in to the Bay of Bengal. The principal tributaries of the river are the Pravara, the Purna, the Manjra, the Penganga, the Wardha,the Wainganga the [[:pranhita_basin|Pranhita]] (combined flow of Wainganga, Penganga, Wardha), the Indravati, the Maner and the Sabri.
  
 ^S.No^Name of River^Elevation of Source (MSL)^Length (km)^Catchment Area (sq km)^Average Annual Rainfall (mm)| ^S.No^Name of River^Elevation of Source (MSL)^Length (km)^Catchment Area (sq km)^Average Annual Rainfall (mm)|
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 ===== Status of Surface Water Development ===== ===== Status of Surface Water Development =====
  
-During the pre-plan period, many storage and diversion projects were taken up in this basin. Important among these are the Godavari delta system, Nizm Sagar reservoir, Wilson dam, Nandu Madhmeshwar irrigation scheme (Godavari canal) and Pravara dam. \\ Important projects completed duing the plan period are Kaddam, Purna, Pus, Bagh, Mula and Itiadoh, Srirama Sagar, Godavari barrage, Upper Penganga, Jaikwadi, Upper Wainganga, Upper Indravati, Upper Wardha and among the on-going projects, the prominent ones are Ghosi Khurd, Upper Godavari. ​ \\ Against the utilizable surface water potential of 76.3 cubic km the present utilization has been assessed as 38 cubic km. The ground water utilization is about 13% of the utilizable potential. \\ A number of inter-state agreements exist between the basin states regarding sharing of water of this basin. The [[http://59.179.19.250/wrpinfo/index.php?​title=File:​Volume2_3.pdf|Godavari Water Disputes Tribunal]] has not allocated the flows among the basin States, but observed that the existing agreements between the basin States so far as they relate to the projects on the Godavari river and in the Godavari river basin, be carried out.+During the pre-plan period, many storage and diversion projects were taken up in this basin. Important among these are the Godavari delta system, Nizm Sagar reservoir, Wilson dam, Nandu Madhmeshwar irrigation scheme (Godavari canal) and Pravara dam.\\ 
 +Important projects completed duing the plan period are Kaddam, Purna, Pus, Bagh, Mula and Itiadoh, Srirama Sagar, Godavari barrage, Upper Penganga, Jaikwadi, Upper Wainganga, Upper Indravati, Upper Wardha and among the on-going projects, the prominent ones are Ghosi Khurd, Upper Godavari.\\ 
 +Against the utilizable surface water potential of 76.3 cubic km the present utilization has been assessed as 38 cubic km. The ground water utilization is about 13% of the utilizable potential.\\ 
 +A number of inter-state agreements exist between the basin states regarding sharing of water of this basin. The [[http://indiawris.gov.in/downloads/​wiki/​Volume2_3.pdf|Godavari Water Disputes Tribunal]] has not allocated the flows among the basin States, but observed that the existing agreements between the basin States so far as they relate to the projects on the Godavari river and in the Godavari river basin, be carried out. 
  
 ===== Hydropower Development ===== ===== Hydropower Development =====
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 ===== Inter-State Agreements ===== ===== Inter-State Agreements =====
  
-1. Agreement of 1946 between the Governments of madras and Orissa regarding the development of hydro- electric power of Duduma falls on the Machkund river.[[http://​59.179.19.250/wrpinfo/index.php?​title=File:​66.pdf|view]]+1. Agreement of 1946 between the Governments of madras and Orissa regarding the development of hydro- electric power of Duduma falls on the Machkund river.[[http://​indiawris.gov.in/downloads/​wiki/​66.pdf|view]]
  
-2. Summary record of decision taken at the inter-state conference held on 27th July and 28th July, 1951 among the states of Bombay, madras, Hyderabad, Madhya Pradesh and Mysore regarding the utilization of Krishna and Godavari waters. [[http://59.179.19.250/wrpinfo/index.php?​title=File:​67.pdf|view]]+2. Summary record of decision taken at the inter-state conference held on 27th July and 28th July, 1951 among the states of Bombay, madras, Hyderabad, Madhya Pradesh and Mysore regarding the utilization of Krishna and Godavari waters. [[http://indiawris.gov.in/downloads/​wiki/​67.pdf|view]]
  
-3 Agreement Dated 7th September, 1959 between Andhra Pradesh and Orissa on Upper sileru Project. [[http://59.179.19.250/wrpinfo/index.php?​title=File:​68.pdf|view]]+3 Agreement Dated 7th September, 1959 between Andhra Pradesh and Orissa on Upper sileru Project. [[http://indiawris.gov.in/downloads/​wiki/​68.pdf|view]]
  
-4 Agreement Dated 4th September, 1962 between the Governments of Orissa and Andhra Pradesh regarding the use of waters of sileru river. [[http://59.179.19.250/wrpinfo/index.php?​title=File:​69.pdf|view]]+4 Agreement Dated 4th September, 1962 between the Governments of Orissa and Andhra Pradesh regarding the use of waters of sileru river. [[http://indiawris.gov.in/downloads/​wiki/​69.pdf|view]]
  
-5 Agreement Dated 8th march, 1964 between the Governments of Maharashtra and Madhya Pradesh regarding certain inter-state irrigation and hydel projects: Bagh, Pench( see Tapi Basin) [[http://59.179.19.250/wrpinfo/index.php?​title=File:​70.pdf|view]]+5 Agreement Dated 8th march, 1964 between the Governments of Maharashtra and Madhya Pradesh regarding certain inter-state irrigation and hydel projects: Bagh, Pench( see Tapi Basin) [[http://indiawris.gov.in/downloads/​wiki/​70.pdf|view]]
  
-6 Agreement Dated 16th May, 1969 between the Governments of Maharashtra and Madhya Pradesh regarding certain Inter-state irrigation and Hydel Projects: Pench Bagh and also regarding the constitution of interstate control board for joint irrigation and hydel projects. [[http://59.179.19.250/wrpinfo/index.php?​title=File:​71.pdf|view]]+6 Agreement Dated 16th May, 1969 between the Governments of Maharashtra and Madhya Pradesh regarding certain Inter-state irrigation and Hydel Projects: Pench Bagh and also regarding the constitution of interstate control board for joint irrigation and hydel projects. [[http://indiawris.gov.in/downloads/​wiki/​71.pdf|view]]
  
 7 Agreement Dated 31st January,​1975 between the Governments of Maharashtra and Andhra Pradesh regarding the swarn Project and other agreements between the governments of Madhya Pradesh and Maharashtra regarding the following Projects: Bhawanthadi 7 Agreement Dated 31st January,​1975 between the Governments of Maharashtra and Andhra Pradesh regarding the swarn Project and other agreements between the governments of Madhya Pradesh and Maharashtra regarding the following Projects: Bhawanthadi
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 Bandia Hydel Electric Project. Bandia Hydel Electric Project.
  
-[[http://59.179.19.250/wrpinfo/index.php?​title=File:​72-81.pdf|view]]+[[http://indiawris.gov.in/downloads/​wiki/​72-81.pdf|view]]
  
-8 Proceedings of a meeting between the chief ministers of Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh held at Bangalore on the 17th September, 1975 regarding clearance of projects upstream of Nizamsagar in Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh. [[http://59.179.19.250/wrpinfo/index.php?​title=File:​Volume2_3.pdf|view]]+8 Proceedings of a meeting between the chief ministers of Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh held at Bangalore on the 17th September, 1975 regarding clearance of projects upstream of Nizamsagar in Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh. [[http://indiawris.gov.in/downloads/​wiki/​Volume2_3.pdf|view]]
  
-9 Proceedings of the meeting between the chief ministers of Maharashtra and Andhra Pradesh held at Hyderabad on the 6th October, 1975 regarding clearance of the projects on and the use of waters of Godavari River and its tributaries. [[http://59.179.19.250/wrpinfo/index.php?​title=File:​Volume2_3.pdf|view]]+9 Proceedings of the meeting between the chief ministers of Maharashtra and Andhra Pradesh held at Hyderabad on the 6th October, 1975 regarding clearance of the projects on and the use of waters of Godavari River and its tributaries. [[http://indiawris.gov.in/downloads/​wiki/​Volume2_3.pdf|view]]
  
-10 proceedings of the meeting between the chief ministers of Madhya Pradesh and Andhra Pradesh held at New delhi on the 7th November, 1975 regarding the clearance of projects and use of waters of Godavari river and its, tributaries. [[http://59.179.19.250/wrpinfo/index.php?​title=File:​Volume2_3.pdf|view]]+10 proceedings of the meeting between the chief ministers of Madhya Pradesh and Andhra Pradesh held at New delhi on the 7th November, 1975 regarding the clearance of projects and use of waters of Godavari river and its, tributaries. [[http://indiawris.gov.in/downloads/​wiki/​Volume2_3.pdf|view]]
  
-11 Proceedings of the meeting between the chief Ministers of Orissa and Madhya Pradesh held at New Delhi on the 9th December, 1975 regarding the use of waters of Godavari basin and clearance of projects of Madhya Pradesh and Orissa. [[http://59.179.19.250/wrpinfo/index.php?​title=File:​Volume2_3.pdf|view]]+11 Proceedings of the meeting between the chief Ministers of Orissa and Madhya Pradesh held at New Delhi on the 9th December, 1975 regarding the use of waters of Godavari basin and clearance of projects of Madhya Pradesh and Orissa. [[http://indiawris.gov.in/downloads/​wiki/​Volume2_3.pdf|view]]
  
-12 Agreement Dated 19th December, 1975 among the Governments of Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka , Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra and Orissa regarding the projects in Godavari river basin. [[http://59.179.19.250/wrpinfo/index.php?​title=File:​Volume2_3.pdf|view]]+12 Agreement Dated 19th December, 1975 among the Governments of Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka , Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra and Orissa regarding the projects in Godavari river basin. [[http://indiawris.gov.in/downloads/​wiki/​Volume2_3.pdf|view]]
  
-13 Summary record of discussions of the meeting held between the chief ministers of Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh at Bangalore on 4th august,​1978. [[http://59.179.19.250/wrpinfo/index.php?​title=File:​Volume2_3.pdf|view]]+13 Summary record of discussions of the meeting held between the chief ministers of Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh at Bangalore on 4th august,​1978. [[http://indiawris.gov.in/downloads/​wiki/​Volume2_3.pdf|view]]
  
-14 Summary record of the meeting held between the chief ministers of Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh at Bangalore on 4th august, 1978. Regarding constitution of jurala project with FRL(Full Reservoir Level) /MWL of plus 1045 feet above MSL in Krishna Basin. [[http://59.179.19.250/wrpinfo/index.php?​title=File:​Volume2_3.pdf|view]]+14 Summary record of the meeting held between the chief ministers of Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh at Bangalore on 4th august, 1978. Regarding constitution of jurala project with FRL(Full Reservoir Level) /MWL of plus 1045 feet above MSL in Krishna Basin. [[http://indiawris.gov.in/downloads/​wiki/​Volume2_3.pdf|view]]
  
-15 Agreement Dated 7th August, 1978 entered into between the states of Maharashtra,​ Madhya Pradesh and Andhra Pradesh. [[http://59.179.19.250/wrpinfo/index.php?​title=File:​Volume2_3.pdf|view]]+15 Agreement Dated 7th August, 1978 entered into between the states of Maharashtra,​ Madhya Pradesh and Andhra Pradesh. [[http://indiawris.gov.in/downloads/​wiki/​Volume2_3.pdf|view]]
  
-16 Proceedings of the meeting between the chief ministers of Andhra Pradesh and orissa at Hyderabad on the 15th dec. 1978. [[http://59.179.19.250/wrpinfo/index.php?​title=File:​Volume2_3.pdf|view]]+16 Proceedings of the meeting between the chief ministers of Andhra Pradesh and orissa at Hyderabad on the 15th dec. 1978. [[http://indiawris.gov.in/downloads/​wiki/​Volume2_3.pdf|view]]
  
-17 Proceedings of the meeting between the chief ministers of Andhra pradesh and Orissa held at Hyderabad on the 15th December, 1978 on sale of power from Machkund. [[http://59.179.19.250/wrpinfo/index.php?​title=File:​82-85.pdf|view]]+17 Proceedings of the meeting between the chief ministers of Andhra pradesh and Orissa held at Hyderabad on the 15th December, 1978 on sale of power from Machkund. [[http://indiawris.gov.in/downloads/​wiki/​82-85.pdf|view]]
  
 18 Agreements on evidenced by the letters of exchange (Annexure I, II and III) regarding sharing of water between Maharashtra and Karnataka states proposed to be diverted from Godavari to Krishna. 18 Agreements on evidenced by the letters of exchange (Annexure I, II and III) regarding sharing of water between Maharashtra and Karnataka states proposed to be diverted from Godavari to Krishna.
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 (b) Annexure II: D.O. Irr. ISW 5179 KG., Dated 30.1.1979 of shri V.R. Deuskar, Secretary to Government, Irrigation Dept., Government of Maharashtra,​ Bombay, Addressed to shri B.C. Angadi, Special Secretary to Government, Irrigation Department, Govt. of Karnataka, Banglore. (b) Annexure II: D.O. Irr. ISW 5179 KG., Dated 30.1.1979 of shri V.R. Deuskar, Secretary to Government, Irrigation Dept., Government of Maharashtra,​ Bombay, Addressed to shri B.C. Angadi, Special Secretary to Government, Irrigation Department, Govt. of Karnataka, Banglore.
  
-(c) Annexure III: D.O. Letter No. PWD 25 BRA 78 dt. 31.1.1979 of shri B.C. Angadi, Spl. Secretary to Government, Irrigation department, Government of Karnataka, Bangalore, addressed to shri V.R. Deuskar, Secretary to Government, Irrigation dept., Government of Maharashtra,​ Bombay. [[http://59.179.19.250/wrpinfo/index.php?​title=File:​Volume2_3.pdf|view]] +© Annexure III: D.O. Letter No. PWD 25 BRA 78 dt. 31.1.1979 of shri B.C. Angadi, Spl. Secretary to Government, Irrigation department, Government of Karnataka, Bangalore, addressed to shri V.R. Deuskar, Secretary to Government, Irrigation dept., Government of Maharashtra,​ Bombay. [[http://indiawris.gov.in/downloads/wiki/​Volume2_3.pdf|view]]
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-19 Agreement Dated 11th july, 1979 entered into between the states of Orissa and Madhya Pradesh [[http://​59.179.19.250/​wrpinfo/​index.php?​title=File:​Volume2_3.pdf|view]] +
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-20 Agreement Dated 2nd April, 1980 entered into between the states of Andhra Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh and Orissa on Polavaram Project [[http://​59.179.19.250/​wrpinfo/​index.php?​title=File:​Volume2_3.pdf|view]] +
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-===== Water Resources ===== +
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-  - [[http://​59.179.19.250/​wrpinfo/​index.php?​title=Major_Medium_Irrigation_Projects_in_Godavari_Basin|List of Major Medium Irrigation Projects in Godavari Basin]] +
-  - [[http://​59.179.19.250/​wrpinfo/​index.php?​title=Dams_in_Godavari_Basin|List of Dams in Godavari Basin]] +
-  - [[http://​59.179.19.250/​wrpinfo/​index.php?​title=Barrages/​Weirs_in_Godavari_Basin|List of Barrages/​Weirs in Godavari Basin]] +
-  - [[http://​59.179.19.250/​wrpinfo/​index.php?​title=Lift_Stations_in_Godavari_Basin|List of Lift Stations in Godavari Basin]] +
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-  - [[http://​59.179.19.250/​wrpinfo/​index.php?​title=Hydro_Electric_Projects_in_Godavari_Basin|List of Hydro Electric Projects in Godavari Basin]] +
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