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KeshavChakraborty wrote a review Dec 2019
Pune, India696 contributions21 helpful votes
Though its not a seperately worth place to visit but you will find it on the way to Lavasa just before starting of Dasve ghat section. You are not permitted to go to the top of the dam.
Date of experience: November 2019
Mr. Himanshu Sinha wrote a review Aug 2019
Pune, India1060 contributions2376 helpful votes
This dam is scary in the rainy season, it feels like its gonna fall. I have seen some hollywood movies where the Dams gets broken lots and lots of water came and everything gets underwater, I had imagined the same when I was on-road driving towards Lavasa. I increased my car speed to be saved by this. The place is lit, this dam is not very big, but it looks huge. water level is too high nowadays guys, be safe…
Date of experience: July 2019
5 Helpful votes
Yogita wrote a review Jan 2019
3 contributions5 helpful votes
Currently water level very low. It's useless to visit this place as construction going on dam. lot of dust n cement in air
Date of experience: January 2019
Footprints727663 wrote a review Nov 2018
987 contributions544 helpful votes
I went to Temghar Dam. Temghar Dam is a massive dam built on the river Muthu 40 kms from Pune. A major source of water supply to the city, the dam also offers an enticing panoramic view of the Temghar reservoir and the city. It is great place to go.
Date of experience: November 2018
AmulAwasthy wrote a review Sep 2018
Pune, India2755 contributions163 helpful votes
You cannot miss this dam if you are driving towards Lavasa. Road towards lavasa is having a good view of this dam and Backwater. Road side stalls serves Hot Corn , Tea and snacks. Overall a Average place to hault for a while.
Date of experience: June 2018