Krishna Barrage

Krishna Barrage

  • Guntur
  • Andhra Pradesh
  • India
  • Best Time to Visit October to March
  • Entry Fee No Entry Fee
  • Opening On 1957
  • Built Across Krishna River

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Krishna Barrage, Guntur Overview

Owning a length of 4,014 feet, Krishna Barrage is a barrage that stands on the river Krishna. This barrage also serves as a road bridge that connects the districts of Guntur and Krishna. Due to the construction of this barrage, the cultivation of the crops has increased. The canal system connected to Krishna Barrage allows irrigating the fields easily. It has emerged as a great tourist attraction in Vijayawada, Andhra Pradesh.


Why Was It Constructed?
1) Krishna Barrage was constructed to control the flow of water and preventing floods. Previously, the areas near the river Krishna faced floods prior the construction of this barrage. It resulted in the erosion of the fertility of the soil.
2) It was built in the 18th century and reconstructed in the year 1952-57. Having a total number of 76 gates, Krishna Barrage has a network of canals that can irrigate 1.2 million acres of land.


Why Is It Visited?
1) Krishna Barrage is a renowned tourist attraction in Vijayawada. It is known for its alluring surroundings that provide a soul-calming relaxation to the eyes of the onlookers. It is visited by tourist throughout the year and people can enjoy boating in the waters of the river Krishna.
2) It should be kept in mind that no one is allowed to go near the river during monsoon.


Reaching There:-
Krishna Barrage is located in the city of Vijayawada. A well-established network of the roadways and railways has made it convenient for the visitors to reach the barrage easily. The local buses, autos, and taxis are available to commute to and from Krishna Barrage.


Nearest Railway Station- Vijayawada Junction
Nearest Airport- Vijayawada Airport

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