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Dhebar Lake

Dhebar Lake

The second largest lake of Asia, Dhebar Lake which is also recognized as Jaisamand Lake is located in the Udaipur district of Rajasthan state in India. The lake is spread in an area of 87 sq. km. It is formed by Rana Jai Singh in 17th century when a dam was built by him across the Gomti River. It is the second largest artificial lake in Asia. The name Dhebar Lake is derived from the tribe of Nagar Brahmins which is the highest class of people in India.


It is one of the most beautiful Lake sin India and is a great place to visit for tourists. There are around 3 islands in the lake each built in an area of 10 to 40 acres (160,000 m2). The two bigger islands are called as Baba ka Magra and the smaller island is called Piari. Dhebar Lake tour packages will let you explore more of this wonderful place.


Apart from that, there various other interesting places to visit around Dhebar Lake. Dhebar Lake is surrounded by the famous Jaisamand Wildlife Sanctuary facilitated with the beautiful teak forests and the amazing species of flora and fauna. Also, the Dhebar Lake Marble Dam is a 300 m long and is one of the “Heritage Monuments of India”. The Dam has a Hawa Mahal which was the winter Capital of the erstwhile Maharana’s of Mewar. Dhebar Lake travel and tourism is the best way of exploring this wonderful place.


The major tourists attractions at Dhebar Lake is the Jaisamand Island Resort. It is one of the most famous and expensive resort is built on the biggest island within the Dhebar Lake. Also, one can visit the enchanting and adventurous Jaisamand Wildlife Sanctuary to have the glance of rich wildlife heritage of India.


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