Surface elevation: 2,730 m
The temple is unique in it's architecture and design; while the lake shares it's own charm in the mystery of the floating island, which by the way accounts for 29% of the area of the lake where as the water accounts for an approximate 71% which is more or less the same percentage division of land and water, as is recorded for the whole planet. And folklore suggests, after the Kurukshetra / Mahabharat war, Pandavas were returning with Lord Kamrunag. When they reach this place, Kamrunag loves the tranquil surroundings and decides to live here forever. So, Bheem (the strongest of the lot) rams his elbow on one of the mountains and creates a big dent in the land. This dent became Prashar Lake.