INDIAN LAKE – India’s Most Beautiful Lake, people come to see from all over the world
These nights, the weather, the riverbank, this fickle air .. !! The writer must have written these lines only after realizing it. Because sitting on the banks of a river or lake and taking in the view of natural beauty, the comfort that one gets from the mind hardly meets any other place! If you are planning to see beautiful and popular lakes to give peace to your mind and eyes, then here we are telling you about some such beautiful lakes of India, which after knowing your steps Do not stop yourself.
If you like being close to the water, what better than to spend a vacation in a lakeside place. There are some very beautiful lakes in our country, ranging from the Ardh Chandra lake shaped Chandratal lake in Himachal Pradesh to the only floating island lake of Manipur. Here you are telling about some special lakes of the country where at least one thing is known to you.
Pangong Tso Lake, Ladakh (Indian Lake)
Tso ie lake. This saltwater lake located just five hours away from Leh via hills. It is one of the few unique places in India. Some shooting of the last scene of Aamir Khan and Kareena Kapoor’s hit film Three Idiots was done on the banks of this lake.
You will be surprised to know that LOC ‘Line of Actual Control’ is also determined through this lake. Because a large part of this lake comes from China. Despite having saltwater, the lake completely freezes in winter. The picturesque, enchanting, and dreamy view of this place fills you with a wonderful adventure, so it is worth visiting once.
Prashar Lake, Mandi, Himachal Pradesh (Indian Lake)
It is a Buffirly lake, located 49 km from Mandi, near the temple of Sage Parashar, built in the Himachali style. It is also believed that this lake has been built ever since the creation of the universe. The water of this lake flows, but no one knows where its water comes from and where it goes.
It is also surprising that no one has been able to measure the depth of this lake to date. Whether it is winter or summer, the blue water of the lake gives different relief. In addition to the natural beauty, the plots floating in the lake are a wonder. This fleet of earth floating in the lake is called Tahala in the local language. This lake is a center of attraction for tourists.
Pichola Lake, Udaipur, Rajasthan (Indian Lake)
Pichola Lake is the most famous freshwater lake in Udaipur city of Rajasthan state. In the center of this lake are the Jag Mandir and Jag Niwas Mahal, whose reflection falls in the lake. It is an artificial lake created by man, which was built by a Banjara towards the end of the 14th century. Which was later repaired by Raja Udai Singh. From the City Palace, you see this entire lake. You can also ride in this lake at sunset for a romantic experience.
Umiam Lake, Meghalaya (Indian Lake)
Umiam Lake in Shillong, Meghalaya is also called ‘Bara Pani’. The natural beauty of this lake is unique. Presently this lake is a part of the first Hydile Power of Northeast India. Surrounded by natural surroundings, this lake attracts tourists very much.
For lovers of photography and selfies, the amazing views and natural beauty here is very accurate. Perhaps this is the reason why a large number of people come to see this lake every year. Boating can also be enjoyed in this lake. so when are you going?
Shilloi Lake, Nagaland (Indian Lake)
Shiloi Lake is the largest natural lake in Nagaland. Local people believe that the soul of a holy child resides in this lake, so neither the water of this lake is used, nor is there any work like fishing or irrigation in the water of this lake. That is why the water of this lake is very clean and bright. The lake is about 285 km from the capital of Kohima and is an excellent place to visit on weekends.
Tsomgo Lake, Gangtok
This lake is known as Songo Lake, Changu Lake, and Tsongmo Lake. Nathula Pass is located on the route 35 km from Gangtok. In the local language, it is also called ‘Sangu Lake’. Lakes located at high altitudes are different. The beauty of this lake is also similar. The water in the lake comes from melting the surrounding ice. Another feature of this lake is that the Indian Postal Service issued a postage stamp dedicated to the lake in 2006.
Vembanad Lake, Kumarakom, Kerala
Vembanad Lake is noted for its natural beauty. It is the longest lake in India and the largest lake in Kerala. A boat competition is organized every year in this lake. Contestants come from far and wide to participate in the competition. Not only this, but it is also an attractive picnic spot. Vembanad lake is also being developed rapidly as ‘backwater tourism’. Experiences like boating, fishing, and site horn can be enjoyed here. That means full enjoyment of holidays.
Tso Moriri (Ladakh)
Located at a very high elevation 250 km south-east of Leh, Tso Moriri Lake is also home to various species of birds and animals. During the visit to this lake, tourists also encounter some beautiful creatures and birds. On the road, itself comes a chumthang spring containing sulfur hot water. To get to this lake, it is necessary to obtain a permit first.
Loktak Lake (Manipur)
It is a very special lake located in the Bishanpur district of Manipur. It is the only lake in the world in which floating islands are found. Spread over 286 square miles, this lake itself constitutes a separate eco-system. A deer called “Bro Antlered Fear” is found on its islands. This lake is also home to 64 types of fish. Here 1500 tons of fish are caught annually.
Chandratal (Himachal Pradesh)
Situated at an altitude of 4300 meters, this lake is situated in the Spiti district of Himachal Pradesh. Its name means moon lake, which got its name due to the shape of a half-moon. The best time to visit here is from May to September. There are good places for camping here. The special thing about this lake is that the source of water filling in this lake is not seen anywhere, due to which it is believed that water will come from some underground source in this lake.
Guru Dongmar Lake (Sikkim)
One of the highest lakes in the world, this lake remains completely frozen during the months of November to May. According to a legend, on the request of the local people, Guru Nanak Dev Ji broke the ice by hitting a “dang” (stick) at a place in the lake and said that water will never freeze at that place. People believe that for this reason, a part of this lake is never frozen. To reach here one has to travel a very long way from the capital Gangtok.
Dal Lake, Srinagar (Dal Lake, Srinagar)
There is mention of lakes and the name of Dal Lake is not mentioned in it. This cannot be done! The natural beauty of Kashmir will remain incomplete without Dal Lake. So if you want to see the beauty of Kashmir in its entirety, then Dal Lake must be named in your journey. This lake, called the Taj of Kashmir, spans 18 km and is surrounded by hills from three directions.
It is the second-largest lake in Jammu and Kashmir. Looks very beautiful with different views during summer-winter. Tourists can also come here and enjoy the sunrise by sitting in the houseboat and shikara. What else to say? Would anyone need to make excuses for visiting Dal Lake and Kashmir?