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Western Yaumna Canal

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Western Yamuna Canal : पश्चिमी यमुना नहर की मुरम्मत का कार्य बना बीरबल की खिचड़ी

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Yamuna Canal, Hathini Kund, Yamuna Nagar, Haryana (2013-12-25)

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Watch How Yamuna's Water Diverted From Munak Canal

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Enjoying western yamuna canal

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Western Yamuna Canal from Yamuna, is the Prithviraj Chauhan era or possibly earlier pre-existing canal that was dug out and renovated in 1335 CE by Firuz Shah Tughlaq, excessive silting caused it to stop flowing in 1750 CE, the British raj undertook a three-year renovation in 1817 by Captain GR Blane or Bengal Engineer Group, in 1832-33 Tajewala Barrage dam at Yaumna was built to regulate the flow of water, in 1875-76 Pathrala barrage at Dadupur and Somb river dam downstream of canal were built, in 1889-95 the largest branch of the canal Sirsa branch was constructed, the modern Hathni Kund Barrage was built in 1999 to handle the problem of silting to replace the older Tajewala Barrage.
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