Varasgaon is a dam on the Mose River which substances water to metropolis of Pune, Maharashtra, India. It is located on Mose River. It is also referred to as Veer Baaji Pasalkar Dam. It is one of the three important dams which provide water to Pune city. It is located round forty km from Pune metropolis. The Panshet dam is adjoining to Varasgaon dam, and collectively each have end up a famous picnic spots.
During the monsoon or simply after monsoon the hills around are lush green with masses of waterfall. Water sports activities also are played in this dam. About half-hour from Varasgaon is Lavasa whose construction was halted by means of the Bombay High Court on 7 December 2010, partly due to the proximity as its far feared that it could cause infection of water deliver to Pune. Apart from this, around 18 indigenous tribal villages have been displaced with meager or no reimbursement because of the Lavasa venture.