Most famous and beautiful lakes in India

If you have greatly found in photography. which place would you choose? A heart-shaped lake Or perhaps a lake that you never have seen yet. and which is one of the most beautiful inland lakes in the world? Whether the lake is surrounded by mountains or is situated near the sea or ocean, has always been a source of peace and inspiration. nature gives a lot of things to humans but humans never evaluate nature gratitude. beautiful scene of nature always inspires to humane for protecting nature and it also grows humanity. here are the top unique and picturesque lakes of India you must visit there.

Every time you seem to be surprised by its beauty. If you are planning a trip to Ladakh, then the beautiful lakes here cannot be missed at any cost. in this beautiful area, which is probably not popular, but these lakes Beauty will also make you crazy. While visiting these lakes, with fulfilling your photography hobby, you can capture them in your cameras.

Pangong Tso Lake

Pangong Tso is one of the famous lakes in Ladakh. It is 134 km long and reaches Tibet from Ladakh, India. and a large part of this lake comes into China. the backdrop of blue skies, golden plains, and snow-capped peaks, Pangong Tso Lake seems like a magical paradise. It also shows the beauty of nature. compared to other lakes of Ladakh, it has a special feature that, no matter how low the temperature here, this lake is never frozen. there are many camping facilities around Pangong Tso. whenever you travel here, do spend a bit of time on the banks of this lake.

Pangong Tso Lake
Pangong Tso Lake

Distance from Leh: about 250 kilometers.
How to reach: Tourists can easily reach Pangong Lake by car or bike.

Parashar Lake

Himachal is always counted in a beautiful state. there are a lot of visiting spots in Himachal that attract visitors toward the Himachal. most of the area of this state is surrounded by hills, lakes and fruit gardens. the state has a beautiful culture and very peacefull and honest peoples. Parashar Lake is an icy lake near the temple of Sage Parashar, built-in Himachal, 49 km from Mandi. You can also reach here easily with children. Be it winter or summer, the deep blue water of the lake gives you a different natural shade. Parashar Lake turns blue and green in summer, while blue and white appear in winter.

Parashar Lake
Parashar Lake

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This lake is 2730 m above sea level. there is a said Parashar Rishi to have done penance at this place. this temple was built by King Bansen in the thirteenth century. This lake has a floating island called Tahala in the local language and no one has been able to measure the depth of this lake. Although there is a road to reach here, local buses will take you to Biaggi(Stanhope, horsecart), 35 km from Mandi. After that, you can reach either by taking a private car or walking 8-9 km on foot.

Pichola Lake

Pichola Lake, built near the City Palace of Udaipur, is an artificial lake, which seems to be spread far and wide. This beautiful lake is about 4 kilometers long and 3 kilometers in width. The entire lake is visible from the City Palace and you can enjoy a long boat ride from Rameshwar Ghat. You can also take a boat ride at sunset, which gives a wonderful romantic experience.

Pichola Lake
Pichola Lake

The city palace standing on the eastern shore of the lake and the southern garden is admirable because of the lake. Pier (Bathing ghats) towards the north and the place of walking on the side of the lake hypnotize the mind. The largest Raj Prasad of Rajasthan is located on the banks of this Pichola lake. Lake Pichola, surrounded by picturesque valleys, has become a very attractive place in Udaipur.

Chandratal lake

Himachal Pradesh, popularly known as Dev Bhoomi, is a beautiful hill state in India. this state is known for its natural beauty, tourists from all over the world come to visit the tourist places here. From a nature lover to a lover of adventure, there is a lot available here. The snowy peaks, river waterfalls, and grasslands here serve to delight and excite visitors. Among the natural attractions here, you can see the lakes surrounded by the hills here. In this article, today we are going to tell you about the beautiful Chandratal lake of Himalach, know how this lake can make you happy.

Situated at an altitude of 4300 meters in Spiti, the natural imitation of Pangong Tso, Chandratal lake is named due to its moon-like shape. Chandratal Lake means ‘Chandra Lake’ and it is located 7 kilometers from Kunjum La Pass in Lahaul and Spiti district. The lake has a sapphire color and is surrounded by tall grasslands. Does it also have other importance? Spiti is the perfect place to see the skyline and you can enjoy a peaceful holiday without any pauses.

Chandratal lake
Chandratal lake

Chandratal is an attractive lake in Himachal Pradesh, located at an elevation of 4250 meters above sea level under the Lahaul-Spiti district. The shape of this lake is like the moon, hence its name Chandratal i.e. the moon lake. It is a clear water lake, whose water shines like glass and is completely pollution-free. This lake area is believed to have been an important site for Tibetan and Ladakhi traders visiting Spiti and Kullu. But now this lake attracts the whole world. There is a movement of adventure enthusiasts throughout the year. A mythological legend is also associated with this lake, which is believed to be the place where Lord Indra’s chariot raised Yudhishthira, Yudhishthira was the eldest of the five Pandavas.

Since it is a famous tourist destination, it is frequented by tourists throughout the year. If you are fond of adventure, you can come here at any time. Well, the right time to visit here is considered to be from June to October. The weather here becomes quite unfavorable during winter, and there is a risk of icy storms. The beauty of the lake doubles during the month of September, you can come here during this time.

Dal Lake

Dal Lake is also connected to other lakes of Kashmir valley. There are four reservoirs in this lake. Their names are Gagaribal, Lokut Dal, Bod Dal, and Nagin. The most unique thing about the reservoirs here is small islands in the middle of the reservoirs.

 Dal Lake
Dal Lake

The main attraction of Dal Lake is the houseboats here. Tourists can enjoy this beautiful lake by staying in these houseboats. These House votes are called Shikara in the local language. From Shikare, tourists can visit Nehru Park, Kanutur Khana, Charchinari and some other islands. Apart from this, one can also visit the famous pilgrimage place Hazratbal through Shikara. Like that, fishing is mainly done in Dal Lake. If you want to enjoy shopping from Shikara in the reservoir, then you can buy a variety of items by riding on a Shikara. And shops are also on the hunt. It is not limited to just shopping, but will also be a thrilling game.

Shivsagar Lake

Shivsagar Lake is located in the state of Maharashtra, India. The lake was formed after the Koyna River was impounded by the Koyna Dam. It has a length of 50 km (31 mi) and a depth of 80 m (262 ft). it’s a beautiful lake and attracts the visitor. the lake provides a grand view for those who look for a picnic spot. it is an Artificial and freshwater lake. deep blue water and hills around its make it more attractive. September and October is a good time to visit the lake.

Shivsagar Lake
Shivsagar Lake

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