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Crows Lake in North Sikkim. Wikimedia

By Ruchika Verma

  • India has many natural and manmade lakes
  • Indian lakes are famous for the greenery around them
  • Visting a lake is one of the best ways to relax one’s self

India has a huge number of lakes. Lakes are everywhere in India, from Kashmir to Kerala, there are lots of lakes that one can visit and enjoy by. Indian lakes are divided into categories – man-made and natural. And both the categories have lakes which are equally beautiful.

Indian lakes are some of the most relaxing places in the country. Pixabay

Lakes in India are plenty and beautiful. One must visit these lakes to relax and gain some peace of mind. The cool atmosphere around the lakes is what one needs to calm their minds. Here is the list of Indian lakes which you must visit at least once.

Wular Lake

Wular Lake is the largest lake in India. It is also the largest freshwater lake in India. This Indian Lake is also one of the largest in the whole Asia and is located in Jammu and Kashmir. The lake is famous for its habitat of fishes and for a large number of tourists it attracts every year.

Wular Lake is the largest Indian lake. Wikimedia Commons

Jaisamand Lake

Jaisamand Lake or also known as the Dheka Lake is the largest manmade lake in India. It is also one of the most beautiful lakes in India and is situated in the Udaipur district of Rajasthan. The lake is mesmerising and is definitely worth a visit.

Dal Lake

When we are talking about the list of natural lakes in India, we just cannot forget this Indian lake. Dal Lake is one of the most beautiful lakes in India and is also one of the most famous. It is located in Jammu Kashmir and is a great tourist attraction.

Dal Lake in Kashmir is one of the most famous Indian Lake. Pixabay

Damdama Lake

Damdama Lake is one of the largest Indian lakes and is situated in Haryana. It is also one of the most famous weekend getaway destinations around Delhi. This Indian lake is famous for the activities which take place around it like rock-climbing, trekking, fishing, etc.

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Chilka Lake

This Indian lake is the brackish water lake. Chilka is the largest coastal lake in India. Situated in Orissa, it is Asia’s largest inland salt-water lagoon. Its real name is Chilika Lake, and its main attractions include fishing boats, rare birds, flora and fauna, etc. This lake is also one of the favourites of the tourists.

Chilka Lake is one of the most beautiful Indian Lake. Wikimedia Commons

Bhimtal Lake

Bhimtal Lake is totally a tourist’s lake. This Indian lake is situated in Uttarakhand and is one of the largest lakes of its Kumaun region. This lake is a magnificent view of the tourists and one can also spot various migratory birds here. Another famous lake near this one is the Naini Lake in Nainital.

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Lonar Lake

Lonar Lake is one of the oldest lakes not only in India but in the world. This lake is situated in Maharashtra and is famous for the ways government is preserving it. The lake is beautiful and perfect for a vacation. It is also the only meteoric crater in India!

The Lonar lake is one of its kinds, not only in India but on the planet, which kept it pretty well-preserved for thousands of years. Wikimedia Commons


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