The Sriram Sagar Project otherwise called the Pochampadu Project is situated in Nizamabad region of Telangana. It is one of the biggest water system extends in Telangana and furthermore extraordinary compared to other Places to visit in Telangana amid blustery season. The dam's ability is 75 billion cubic feet and it has 42 conduits. It additionally incorporates Kakatiya Canal covering 284 km, Laxmi Canal, Saraswati Canal and Flood stream trench. The greater part of the catchment territory upstream of this dam is situated in Maharashtra. The venture proposition was first examined by recent Hyderabad state under Nizam control to use 227 tmc of upper Godai waterway water. The live stockpiling limit of Sriram Sagar dam is restricted to 90 tmc to lessen submerging zone in Maharashtra. As of August 2013, the venture has an expected limit of 80.66 TMC.