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Harangi Reservoir

Harangi Reservoir
Harangi Reservoir
Location Hudgur, Somwarpet, Kodagu, Karnataka, India
Coordinates [1]
Operator(s) Karnataka Irrigation Department
Dam and spillways
Impounds Harangi River
Height 49.99 meters [1]
Length 845.82 meters [1]
Reservoir
Total capacity 8.50 TMC feet [1]
Catchment area 419.58 sq.kms [1]

The Harangi Reservoir is located near Hudgur village, Somwarpet taluk in Kodagu district in the Indian state of Karnataka.[1] The reservoir is formed by a masonry dam built across the river Harangi, a tributary of the Kaveri.[1][2] The dam is located about 9 km away from the heart of Kushalnagar town.

The Harangi originates in the Pushpagiri Hills of Western Ghats in Kodagu, Karnataka.[2] Heavy rainfall from the south-west monsoon is the source of water in the catchment area of Harangi river which is about 717 km2.[2] The length of the Harangi from its origin to the confluence with the Kaveri river is 50 km.[2] The Harangi joins the Kaveri near Kudige in Somwarpet taluk.


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  1. ^ a b c d e f g "National Informatics Centre, Karnataka". 

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  • Location on wikimapia
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