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WELCOME THE LOCATION OF MAHALAXMI LAKE; VADGAON MUMBAI Vadgaon Kolhapur The Mahalaxmi Lake is located in Vadgaon Town and is at 13 Km in North-East direction of Kolhapur City. VADGAON – SOME IMPORTANT FEATURES

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THE LOCATION OF MAHALAXMI LAKE; VADGAON

MUMBAI

Vadgaon

Kolhapur

The Mahalaxmi Lake is located in Vadgaon Town and is at 13 Km in North-East direction of Kolhapur City.

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VADGAON – SOME IMPORTANT FEATURES

  • Vadgaon Town has historical background. The name of Vadgaon Town is associated with the names of Great Warriors in Maratha History viz. Santaji Ghorpade & Dhanaji Jadhav. It is said that the Land was awarded to these warriors for their Bravery.
  • Vadgaon town is located at 2 Km off NH4 and is situated at a distance of 19 Km North-East of Kolhapur City, which is popularly known as ‘Dakshin Kashi’. Kolhapur is famous for the “Mahalaxmi Temple” and is a well-known center of Art, Education, Industry and Sports - particularly wrestling.
  • The Vadgaon town has population of @ 30,000. The town was set by Maharaja of Kolhapur Sansthan Chh. Shahu from view point of providing a central market place for surrounding nearby 35 big & small towns. Since then, the Vadgaon is prominent market place for locally manufactured products of agriculture, grocery, etc. it is found that large number of visiting population i.e. about 10,000 to 15,000 people routinely visit this market.
  • Moreover, it has become a prominent picnic spot because of pleasant climate, good environmental surroundings & existing Amusement Park.
  • Vadgaon has big Brahmnic Temple of the Goddess Laxmi, which was built as per Hemadpanthi style.
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TOPOGRAPHICAL FEATURES OF THE MAHALAXMI LAKE; VADGAON

East Side: Waste weir

North Side: Intake Well

West Side: Court Building & Medical College

South Side: Tasgaon Oodha

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THE MAHALAXMI LAKE; VADGAON –

HIGHLIGHTS OF ITS INCLUSION UNDER NLCP

  • A DPR was prepared regarding the Mahalaxmi Lake of VMC at Vadgaon,

Tal. Hatkanangale, Dist. Kolhapur as per the guidelines of NLCP & the

same was submitted to the ‘Director, DoE, Govt. of Maharashtra, Mumbai’

on the date 28.04.2003.

  • The DPR was evaluated at DOE and eventually was forwarded by the

State Govt. to MoEF; New Delhi on 12.08.2003

  • The DPR was approved by MoEF on 17.03.2005 vide a letter No.

J-16011 / 15 / 2003-NRCD

  • The MoEF sanctioned Rs. 1.85 Crore as Project Expenditures against the

proposed cost of Rs. 2.633 Crores in the DPR

  • The Govt. of India’s share was fixed to be Rs. 1.295 Cr and that of the

Vadgaon Municipal Council’s as Rs.0.555 Cr.

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ITEMS SANCTIONED BY MoEF FOR MAHALAXMI LAKE UNDER NLCP

  • Demarcation of Lake Boundaries – Fencing & Gates
  • Deweeding & Desilting – The Lake & its Feeder

Canals.

  • Bioremediation
  • Arresting Sewage Entry – Interception, Treatment &

Diversion

  • Lake Infrastructure Development & Beautification-

Lake Embankment Strengthening & Development

Stone Pitching to the Embankment on U/s.

Wasteweir Rectification

  • Lake water quality Monitoring
  • Public Awareness
  • Centages
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DEMARCATION OF LAKE BOUNDARIES

[Lake Surveying & Mapping By Latest Techniques And Instrumentation – The Total Station Method]

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DEMARCATION OF LAKE BOUNDARIES (FENCING)

Earlier Condition Before the Lake was taken under NLCP

Later Condition during the Lake

Project Execution under (NLCP)

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Grey Heron

Wire-Tailed Swallow

THE LAKE’S DENIZENS

White Breasted Kingfisher

Little Egret

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INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT

APPROACH ROAD’S CONSTRUCTION

Before

After

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INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT

PROVISION OF PITCHING

Earlier

Later

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INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT

EMBANKMENT STRENGTHENING

Casing Zone Preparation, Cleaning And Widening

Leveling, Slope Adjustment And Compaction

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INFRASTRUCTURE -

EMBANKMENT DEVELOPMENT

Earlier

Later

Later

Earlier

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INFRASTRUCTURE -

INTAKE WELL & PREMISES

Earlier

Later

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INTERCEPTION & CONTROL OF POLLUTANTS’ INGRESS

SILT TRAP ON THE FEEDER & LCS

LOW COST SANITATION ARRANGEMENT

SILT ARRESTING ARRANGEMENT

layout plan showing plantation details
LAYOUT PLAN SHOWING PLANTATION DETAILS

DIFFERENT TYPES OF TREES TO BE TAKEN UNDER PLANTATION

TREES UNDER SHELTER BELT

TREES UNDER MEDICINAL BELT

Tre Cassla Fistula

Tre Cassla Alata

Smp Murraya Koeningii

Fru Mangifera Indica Rajapuri

Smp Pimento

Smp Shammi

Tre Filicium Decipiens

Tre Grevillea Pteridifolia

TREES UNDER MASS PLANTATION

Tre Jacaranda Mimosifolia

Tre Butea Monosperma

Tre Magnolia Grandiflora

Tre Taebubia Argentia

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ASSESSMENT OF CONDITION OF THE MAHALAXMI LAKE WATER

  • The Monitoring of Lake water was done before commencement of the Project under NLCP. Thereafter, the procedure w.r.t. same has been continued over the entire period of project execution.
  • The parameters that are monitored include-
  • pH
  • Secchi Disc Transparency
  • Suspended Solids
  • Dissolved Oxygen
  • Biochemical Oxygen Demand
  • Chemical Oxygen Demand
  • Hardness
  • Alkalinity
  • Chlorides
  • Phosphorus
  • Nitrates as NO3
  • Nitrites as NO2
  • MPN
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MONITORING OF THE MAHALAXMI LAKE

To analyze the Physico-Chemical & Biological status of the Mahalaxmi Lake, water samples were collected from 4 different locations. The sampling locations are as follows:

Lay Out Plan of Mahalaxmi Lake

THE MONITORING TEAM PERFORMING ONSITE ANALYSIS

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No.

Parameters

Unit

S1

S2

S3

S4

T

B

T

T

T

B

1

.pH

--

7.2

6.9

7.0

7.2

7.1

6.4

2

Secchi Disc Transparency

Cm

160

--

160

170

160

--

3

SS

Mg/lit

65

65

58

50

50

60

4

DO

Mg/lit

4.5

3.8

4.9

5.2

5.1

4.0

5

BOD

Mg/lit

10

10

11

09

10

10

6

COD

Mg/lit

30

36

22

30

22

30

7

Hardness

Mg/lit

100

124

118

114

132

122

8

Alkalinity

Mg/lit

110

115

132

124

142

132

9

Chlorides

Mg/lit

26

40

56

40

56

36

10

Phosphorus

Mg/lit

0.007

0.006

0.006

0.005

0.007

0.02

11

Nitrates as NO3

Mg/lit

NA

0.30

0.40

0.60

0.02

NA

12

Nitrites as NO2

Mg/lit

0.06

0.02

0.07

0.03

0.06

NA

13

MPN

No/100ml

NA

--

900

800

1200

--

THE MONITORING SCHEDULE

Lake Water Quality During December 2006

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Cost Summary for Treatment & Revival of ‘Mahalaxmi Lake’ Under ‘National Lake Conservation Plan (NLCP)’

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Cost Summary for Treatment & Revival of ‘Mahalaxmi Lake’ Under ‘National Lake Conservation Plan (NLCP)’

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Cost Summary for Treatment & Revival of ‘Mahalaxmi Lake’ Under ‘National Lake Conservation Plan (NLCP)’

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Cost Summary for Treatment & Revival of ‘Mahalaxmi Lake’ Under ‘National Lake Conservation Plan (NLCP)’

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Cost Summary for Treatment & Revival of ‘Mahalaxmi Lake’ Under ‘National Lake Conservation Plan (NLCP)’

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Cost Summary for Treatment & Revival of ‘Mahalaxmi Lake’ Under ‘National Lake Conservation Plan (NLCP)’