The Rana Pratap Sagar Dam is a gravity workmanship dam of 53.8 meters 177 ft stature based on the Chambal River at Rawatbhata in Rajasthan in India. It is a piece of incorporated plan of a course advancement of the stream including four tasks beginning with the Gandhi Sagar Dam in the upstream reach 48 kilometers 30 mi upstream in Madhya Pradesh and the Jawahar Sagar Dam on the downstream 28 kilometers 17 mi downstream with a terminal structure of the Kota Barrage 28 kilometers 17 mi facilitate downstream in Rajasthan for water system.
The direct benefit from the dam is hydropower age of 172 MW with four units of 43 MW limit each at the dam toe powerhouse connecting the spillway, with discharges got from the Gandhi Sagar Dam and the extra stockpiling made at the dam by the blocked catchment region. The assessed age capability of 473.0 GWh of age has been surpassed in many years since its authorizing. The power station was authoritatively proclaimed open on 9 February 1970 by Indira Gandhi, the then Prime Minister of India. The dam and power plant are named after the warrior Maharaja Rana Pratap of Rajasthan. You can come here to visit this place.