Pavananagar

Pavananagar is a village near Pavananagar dam. It is about 45 km via Paud and 65 km via Kamshet from Pune. There are roads to Pavnanagar from Pune & Lonavla... Lonavla to pavanana Dam 20km 40minits journey in lonavla

  1. [Lonavla] - Bhangarwadi - Kusgaon - Aundhegaon - Dudhivarekhind - Pratipandharpur - Pavanadam
  2. Pune - Pirangut - Paud - Kolvan - Hotle - Pavananagar dam - Pavananagar.
  3. Pune - Nigdi - Kamshet - Bedsa - Pavananagar.

Pavananagar Dam

Pavananagar Dam
Official name Pavana Dam
Location Pune District, Maharashtra, India
Dam and spillways
Impounds Pavana River

Pavananagar dam also called as Pavana dam is constructed across the Pavana River. This is a nice place to spend some time. The backwaters of this dam provide a wonderful view. The way from Lonavla to pavanana Dam 20km 40minits journey in lonavla

  1. [Lonavla] - Bhangarwadi - Kusgaon - Aundhegaon - Dudhivarekhind - Pratipandharpur - Pavanadam

way from Pune to pavanana Pune - Pavananagar via Paud is beautiful during mansoon. The Tikona fort is close to this dam. Seven Kilometers from this dam is Mantra Mandir at Parti-Pandharpur. Aamby Valley is also close to this dam.

Location

State: Maharashtra Tal [Maval] District: Pune

Nearest Town: Pune / Pimpri-Chinchwad

Distance from Pune: Around 45 km (via Paud), Around 65 km (via Kamshet)

References

External links

  1. Pavananagar Dam

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