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Rihand River it is principal tributaries in Surguja district are the Mahan, the Morana (Morni), the Geur, the Gagar, the Gobri, the Piparkachar, the Ramdia and the Galphulla. Many seasonal and perennial rivers join the Rihand reservoir such as the Kanchan, the Mayar and the Azir of Singrauli district of Madhya Pradesh.
Rihand Nagar The coal based, thermal power plant, has been built in 3 stages, each with 2 units with a unit size of 500 MW.and has been awarded for efficiency on numerous occasions. It supplies power to the following states:
Rihand River The Rihand rises from Matiranga hills, in the region south west of the Mainpat plateau, which is about 2,100 meters above mean sea level. The river flows north roughly through the central part of Surguja district for . The Rihand and its tributaries form a fertile plain in the central part of the district stretching from around Ambikapur to Lakhanpur and Pratappur. Thereafter, it flows north into Sonbhadra district of Uttar Pradesh via Singrauli district of Madhya Pradesh, where it is called Rhed and finally joins the Son.
Rihand River The Rihand Dam was constructed across the Rihand River near Pipri in Sonbhadra district of Mirzapur division in 1962 for hydropower generation; the reservoir impounded behind the dam is called Govind Ballabh Pant Sagar.
Rihand Nagar The small town of Rihand Nagar has 4 major educational institutions namely:
Rihand River The Rihand River (also referred to as Renu, Renuka, Rend, Rer or Rehar) () is a tributary of the Son River and flows through the Indian states of Chhattisgarh and Uttar Pradesh. Its old name was Renu or Renuka.
Rihand Dam Rihand Dam (), also known as Govind Ballabh Pant Sagar, is a concrete gravity dam located at Pipri in Sonbhadra District in Uttar Pradesh, India. Its reservoir area is on the border of Madhya pradesh and Uttar Pradesh. It is on the Rihand River which is the tributary of the Son River. The catchment area of this dam is spread in Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh & Chhattisgarh whereas it supplies irrigation water in Bihar located in the downstream of the river.
Rihand Nagar Rihand Nagar is a small town, named after the Rihand River, a tributary of the Son River. It is located on the border of Uttar Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh in India. This small town has been developed by National Thermal Power Corporation under its Power Project Scheme, wherein it established a coal-based power station of 3000 MW capacity.
Rihand River Rihand River has a fall named 'Rakasganda', in its journey in Surguja district of Chhatishgarh. This fall is important for tourist point of view
Rihand Dam Rihand dam is a concrete gravity dam with a length of 934.21 m. The maximum height of the dam is 91.44 m and was constructed during period 1954-62. The dam comprises 61 independent blocks and ground joints. The powerhouse is situated at the toe of the dam, with installed capacity of 300 MW (6 units of 50 MW each). The Intake Structure is situated between blocks no. 28 to 33. The Dam is in distress condition. It is proposed to carry out the rehabilitation works in the dam and the powerhouse. The F.R.L. of the dam is 268.22 m and it impounds 8.6 Million Acre ft of water. It is one of the biggest reservoir by its gross storage capacity in India but sufficient water is not flowing in to the reservoir. The construction of the dam resulted in forced relocation of nearly 100,000 people