Two large artificial reservoirs can be observed in this image of the state of Orissa, India: the Rengali Reservoir, appearing golden green, to the right, and the Hirakud Reservoir, darker blue in color, to the left.
The Rengali Reservoir was created by the Rengali Dam across Brahmani River in near the village of Rengali. The dam is 70.5 m tall and 1040 m wide. The reservoir formed by the dam is the second largest reservoir in Orissa with 37, 840 hectares at full level and 28,000 hectares in mean level.
The Hirakud Reservoir was created by the Hirakud Dam, built across the Mahanadi River, about 15 km from Sambalpur. The 55km long reservoir holds 743 km2 (287 sq mi) at full capacity, with a shoreline of over 639 km (397 mi).