About Kadam Dam
The Kadam Dam is otherwise called Kadam Narayana Reddy dam, named after mainstream government official of the locale. It is a noteworthy supply built over Kadam River, a tributary stream of Godai. The dam is worked at where Godai River converges with River Kadam. Development of the repository started in 1949 and finished in 1964. The primary motivation behind this dam is to inundate around 25000 hectares in Adilabad District.
In any case, right now the dam is prepared to inundate an ayacut of 68000 hectares. The dam is prominently known as the Godai North Canal venture. The Project has been incorporated with Sriram Sagar Project. It has two noteworthy waterways for water dispersion, the Left Canal length is 76.8 km and Right Canal length is around 8 km.