Sapua Dam, Dhenkanal, Odisha

The Sapua Dam (Odia: ସାପୁଆ ଡ୍ୟାମ୍ ବା ନଦୀବନ୍ଧ) is a small tourist destination in the Dhenkanal district of Odisha state in India. Sapua which means snake in Odia and the dam is curvy like a snake.

Sapua Dam, Dhenkanal, Odisha

The Sapua dam is around 81 kilometers from Bhubaneswar. After 75 kilometers from Bhubaneswar, you could find one broken board which shows the distance of 6 kilometers and the direction towards the Dam.

Way to Sapua Dam Dhenkanal

The roads to the dam are not that straight roads though, but you could enjoy the little curves in between. This dam is a small dam yet beautiful and it really looks like a Snake Face with an open mouth and cold sweat Face.

Portrait View of Sapua Dam, Dhenkanal, Odisha

Sapua Dam is an irrigation project situated in Nahada village in Dhenkanal district. The project is providing assured irrigation to 855 hectares in Kharif. The project is also facilitating pisciculture activities.

A visit to Sapuda Dam by Surajit Mishra

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Odia Traveler and software Engineer Surajit Mishra

Surajit Kumar Mishra, an Odia Technical professional, and a Biker, Blogger, and Vlogger by his passion. He uses to travel to different destinations from which some are famous and some are unexplored.

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