Mumbai Lakes Water Levels : Monsoon 2017 – 25 July 2017


Mumbai Monsoon 2017 : Rain gods are happy on Mumbaikar’s and Mumbai has been receiving good rainfall this monsoon.

Every year during monsoon, people search for Mumbai Lakes Water Levels, as if lakes of Mumbai are not completely filled up during monsoon then we surely face scarcity of water in the next summer season and have to face water cuts,

There are 7 lakes that supply water to Mumbai. They are Bhatsa Lake (built in 1983), Upper Vaitarna (built in 1973), Middle Vaitarna (built in 2012), Tansa Lake (built in 1925), ModakSagar Lake (built in 1957), Tulsi Lake (built in 1879) and Vihar Lake (built in 1860).

Mumbai city normally receives 3,350 million litres of water daily from these seven reservoirs.

Please find below Water Levels of Lakes Vihar, Tulsi, Tansa, Modak Sagar, Upper Vaitarna, Middle Vaitarna and Bhatsa which supply water to Mumbai (As of 25 July 2017) :

Monsoon 2017 : Latest Water Levels In Mumbai’s Lakes (25 July 2017) :

Listed below are the latest 2017 water levels in the lakes that supply water to Mumbai city.

Monsoon 2017 : Mumbai Lakes Water Level for Bhatsa, Upper Vaitarna, Middle Vaitarna, Tansa Lake, ModakSagar Lake, Tulsi Lake, Vihar Lake