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Alwal Lake

Alwal Lake

Alwal Lake is an artificial lake which lies in the close by region of Hyderabad and forms a part of the tourism industry of the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh. This lake of Alwal is just at a distance of about 8 km from the twin city of Hyderabad, Secunderabad. The lake actually happens to stand in a small city of the state called Alwal and shares its name with its city.

The lake of Alwal houses many birds and animals, giving it a perfect view of biotic nature. The lake is the oldest one in its kind and has serves as an ideal tourist spot to relax and have some good time here. This lake is used for several purposes such as during occasions like Ganesh Chathurti, the idols of Lord Ganesha are submerged in the waters of the lake and the lake has a beautiful view by being ornamented with millions of lights on road and in the area around.

But now it has all become the story of past as today this lake of Alwal cries for some attention for its maintenance as it has been covered under the sheet of water hyacinth, emitting the foul smell from it due to which it has caused the mosquito problem in the area. It has now become a highly tensed situation for the Alwal Municipality Officials.

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