Of late, people have started to take a break from their monotonous and mechanical lifestyle. Earlier Vacationing was meant only for Elite people. But, recently even the upper-middle class and middle class also have begun to taste the sweetness of vacation. There are many places in India that will really leave you awe-struck. One such place is Rajasthan. Years ago, Rajasthan was known for deserts and scorching heat alone.
Now, most nature lovers have started to explore this place owing to its mesmerizing lakes, boating, etc. Even though most of the lakes are artificial, their heavenly and charming beauty and attraction will leave you spell-bound. So, let's take a dive into these mesmerizing lakes now…
Ana Sagar Lake
You will be surprised and be carried away by the heavenly beauty of this Ana Sagar Lake, which is an artificial one. Built by Anaji Chauhan, this lake houses an island at its center. Boats and water scooters are the only mode of transport to this lake's island.
Balak Rao Parihar was the architect of this Balsamand Lake which served as a water reservoir for the Mandore town initially. There is a garden engulfing the lake which is the dwelling place for peacocks and jackals.
Fateh Sagar Lake:
Want to witness the rich cultural heritage and thoroughly vibrant colors of Rajasthan? Then, your choice will be Udaipur City, known for arts and crafts and also scenic lakeside views. Boating in this Fateh Sagar Lake will definitely transform you into a world of serenity.
Jaisamand Lake is also referred to as the ‘Dhebar Lake' and it holds the record of the second largest artificial lake in Asia. Rana. Tourists can get an impeccable view of this lake from the Marble Dam which is built there. It is located on the Southern Side of Udaipur and it also has three different islands. If you wish to explore further, boating is the one and only choice and it will take around 3 to 4 hours to enjoy thoroughly.
Located in the city of Amber, this Maota Lake boasts of an Island, Kesar Kyari Bagh in the center. This island has a saffron garden and it is believed that the plants have been planted in the 15th century by its ruler.
Man Sagar Lake:
A lake which is well known as a hub for bird watchers is another attraction in Rajasthan. Jal Mahal is situated here and many tourists throng here.
This Man-made lake was built in 1872 by Pratap Singh. Kaylana Lake, which is 145 years old offers a visual treat to couples, families, and bird enthusiasts as they can find sedge of Siberian Cranes during the winter season.
Known as a sacred lake, this lake is thronged by thousands of devotees and it has a pilgrimage value associated with it. Numerous temples and gats are encircled here.
Some people prefer boating in the lakes while few would like water rides, as preferences differ. For the latter ones, there are many water parks which are queued up in Rajasthan. Some are Hariyali Water Park, Birla City, Marvel, Skybird Water Park, etc. If you want to take a break from your tiring routine, you can always visit Rajasthan which is synonymous with scenic beauty. Can enjoy boating and water rides as per your like.
This man-made lake is 4 kilometers long and there are ghats, palaces, islands, and palatial mansions around Pichola. If you are planning a perfect vacation in the future, you can definitely visit this place and an important attraction in this lake is the sunset boat ride.
Nakki Lake or the Nakki Jheel is surrounded by strangely shaped rocks and also eye-catching greenery. Located in Mount Abu, this artificial lake is 11,000 meters deep and it also has historical importance. As per records, Mahatma Gandhi's ashes were immersed in this lake on 12th February 1948, and Gandhi Ghat was also constructed in the vicinity. Another interesting and amazing thing associated with this lake is the Toad rock as it resembles a real toad that is about to jump in the lake.
It's time now to gear up and chart your vacation plan on the go!!!