Udaipur: The City Of Lakes & Its Breathtaking Beauty!

Photo of Udaipur: The City Of Lakes & Its Breathtaking Beauty! by SAKSHAM SONI

Lake Pichola was built by Pichhu Banjara. This artificial Lake Pichola was built at the time of Maharana Lakha in 1362 AD, a 3-mile-long Pichola Lake with a depth of 30 feet.

Maharana Udai Singh acquired the attraction of the lake and further expanded the dam on the shores of this lake.

Why is Lake Pichola famous?

Lake Pichola is an artificial freshwater lake in the historic city of Udaipur which is also known as the city of lakes. Udaipur is one of the most visited cities in Rajasthan, and Lake Pichola is the central nerve of the city. It is the setting for many tourist attractions and romantic sunsets.

Nestled in the heart of Udaipur City, Lake Pichola is one of the largest manmade freshwater lakes in India. It's 4 kilometers long and 3 kilometers wide with a catchment area of 55 kilometers. It is the home to the well-known Gangaur Ghat and lies in close proximity to several tourist attractions. This breathtaking beauty offers the perfect setting for visitors where they can immerse in its irresistible charm.

Things To Know:

★ There are a number of bathing ghats, sacred temples, and exquisite mansions scattered on the banks of Lake Pichola.

★ The legendary City Palace stands on its eastern bank.

★ Hence, a trip to the ‘City of Lakes’ is often incomplete without a boat ride in this magical setting. Float lavishly and marvel at the sight of the lake that completely turns orange during sundown.

★ For a complete makeover of your mind, you can escape to this tranquil haven and relish the intimidating sight of the surroundings.

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