By Santosh Salve
April 27, 2022
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Jaisamand Lake is a true man-made wonder that combines natural and man-made beauty. The two palaces, Hawa Mahal and Ruthi Rani Ka Mahal, start from the hilly surrounds.
Jaisamand Lake is located on the southern outskirts of Udaipur, around 50 kilometres from the city centre.
The 36-square-mile Jaisamand Lake is located in Rajasthan. The Jaisamand Lake is 14 kilometres long, 9 kilometres wide, and 102 metres deep.
The lake is 30 miles long and 30 miles wide. On the lake, a massive dam measuring 1202 feet in length, 116 feet in height, and 70 feet in width has been built, with a temple of Lord Shiva.
Jaisamand Lake, also known as Dhebar Lake, was built in the 17th century and is India's second-largest man-made lake.
The lake was built around 1685 AD during Maharana Jai Singh's reign. The lake was created to facilitate the construction of a marble dam across the Gomti River.
National Highway 8 (NH8) connects Udaipur to numerous adjacent places, providing tourists with a secure and easy journey in and out of the city.
The entrance fee to Jaisamand Lake is nothing. Boating, on the other hand, costs Rs. 30 for Indians and Rs. 80 for foreigners.
Jaisamand Lake is open all days of the week from 10 AM to 5 PM. lonarlake.com
Deo Somnath temples, Ruthi Rani ka Mahal, Deveswar Mahadev Mandir is also a beautiful temple, located in close proximity.
The months of July and August are ideal for visiting Jaisamand Lake.
The stunning beauty of Jaisamand Lake is alluring at all times of the year, yet it can be difficult to appreciate it on hot days of the year.
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