The Idukki Dam is a twofold ebb and flow curve dam built over the Periyar River in a tight canyon between two stone slopes privately known as Kuravan and Kuravathi in Kerala, India. At 167.68 meters, it is one of the most elevated curve dams in Asia. It is built and possessed by the Kerala State Electricity Board. It bolsters a 780 MW hydroelectric power station in Moolamattom, which began creating power on 4 October 1975.
The dam compose is a solid, twofold ebb and flow allegorical, thin curve dam. This dam was developed alongside two different dams at Cheruthoni and Kulamavu. Together, the three dams have made a fake lake that is 60 km² in region. The Government of Canada supported in the working of the dam with long haul advances and concedes.