Lakes of Rajasthan

Bonsoir, hope you all are fine and doing well. Rains are here but with a very low capacity. Waiting for the period of continuous 3-4 days of rain so that weather can become pleasant. I would like to apologize. I have been offline lately, my exams are here and simultaneously my health was also not coping up with me. 

I have exams for two more weeks and I won’t be able to provide you with lots of creative and interactive content, so please bear with me. Coming to today’s title, title is all about the lakes of our Royal state i.e. Rajasthan

Rajasthan is the largest and the only royal state of our country. This desert island has a lot to offer other than the hot summer breeze. It is the only destination where you can find magnificent forts and palaces with rich ancient history. 

Apart from that, you can also find various cool colours in the entire state and this is the reason why it attracts lots of visitors all around the year. Destination is also known for its scenic lakes and its beautiful views.

Here is a list of lakes which you must visit while exploring this royal state. 

Lake Pichola

The key attraction of Udaipur city is this lake. Visiting the city and not riding a boat at this lake can turn out to be the most regretful thing on your entire trip. The lake is so beautiful that you might fall in love the moment you see it. It is surrounded by various islands and the famous Jag Mandir of the city is also a part of this lake. Head with your partner or family to undertake a long boat ride here.

Fateh Sagar Lake

This beautiful pride of Udaipur was built under the reign of Maharana in 1960. Surrounded by mountains from three sides is the key reason to visit this spot as boating with this view is a lifetime experience to remember. Spread over 2.4 km, the lake is a beautiful spot to visit amidst the beautiful view of the city.

Jaisamand Lake

The lake is known to be Asia’s second largest artificial lake. Earlier it was called Dehbar and was built by Maharaja Jai Singh in 1685. The palace of the queen of Udaipur frames the perfect picturesque view of the lake. Lake is located a few kms away from the Jaisamand Wildlife Century and is the key reason why lots of people are attracted to this spot.

Mansagar Lake

Situated in the vicinity of Nahargarh Hills, Mansagar is the most eloquent lake in the entire state. Jal Mahal is situated in the middle of the lake and it is a beautiful scene to watch. You can stand at the banks of the lake known as the observatory desk and capture the beautiful moment and architecture. The lake is also home to various migratory birds which can be seen at seasonal intervals.

Pushkar Lake

The name of the lake is enough to reveal the name of the city where it is situated. Pushkar lake is one of the holiest lakes in the country. Surrounded by personal 52 ghats for the Maharajas of India and 500 temples the area around the lake is known for its spirituality. Taking a dip in the holy water of a lake can wash away all your sin is a belief. The lake has its name mentioned in the Hindu mythologies since 14th century A.D.

Ana Sagar Lake

This man-made lake  was created by Anaji Chauhan, grandfather of Prithviraj Chauhan. Lake captures the picturesque beauty of Ajmer and boating at this lake during the evening is an activity as you can witness the beautiful orange sunset. The lake dries up in the month of summer and is a livelihood for the people living nearby during other seasons

Kanak Sagar Lake

Situated 67 km away from Bundi, this lake is the perfect spot to have a one day excursion. It is also home to different migratory birds. The magnificent fort of Taragarh adds more beauty to this place. Head with your family, friends or loved ones to this spot to enjoy the peaceful environment.

Plan your Lake  trip to Rajasthan and do not forget to visit these unique and beautiful lakes of the state which offer mesmerizing beauty.

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