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Ghataprabha is a village in the southern state of Karnataka, India. It is located in the Gokak taluk of Belgaum district in Karnataka.


As of the 2001 India census, Ghataprabha had a population of more than 20,000. There are two famous hospitals, (Karnatak Health Institute) and JG Co-operative Hospital, which also has an Ayurvedic Medical College.

There is reservoir built near Ghataprabha, across the Ghataprabha River, to store water for irrigation. The first stage started in 1897 and comprised a 71 km-long left bank canal from the Dupdal weir, across the Ghataprabha River near Ghataprabha, into the Gokak Canal. It provided irrigation to an extent of 425,000 hectares. The second stage of the reservoir project comprised a left bank canal from Dupdal weir from 72 km to its full extent of 109 km across the Ghataprabha River near Hidkal, up to a height of 650.14 meters.

The Ghataprabha Reservoir has storage of about 659 million cubic meters, providing irrigation to a total extent of 1,396,000 hectares of land, inclusive of the area under stage I. The third stage of the project includes raising the Full Reservoir Level of to 662.94 meters. This would create gross storage of 1.448 billion cubic meters, channelised into a 202 km-long right bank canal and the...
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