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Lower Lake

Lower Lake

The Lower Lake, also recognized as the Chhota Talaab is actually a lake in the state capital of the Indian central state, Madhya Pradesh. The lake is situated in a close proximity to the Upper Lake and the Bhoj Wetland. The Lower Lke has been sprawled over an area of about 1.29 sq km and has its watershed area of about 9.6 sq km. The lake stands s the remains of the period of Mughal Empire and was constructed in the year 1794 in order to add a beauty element to the city. It is believed that the constructed of the lake was commissioned by the Chhote Khan, a minister of Nawab Hayat Muhammad Khan Bahadur. The lake has also absorbed quite a number of wells in the year. The Lower Lake of Bhopal is nestled in the midst of tranquil surroundings of majestic hills and the substantial upper lake. The Lower Lake is divided from the Upper Lake by an overpass, which is known as the ‘Pul Pukhta’ and also as Lower Lake Bridge. The lake has also been added in the leaves of literature. The Lower Lake also collects the oozing water from the surface of the Upper Lake and has a diverse variety of flora and fauna. The depths of the lake, which includes the minimum and the maximum level as 11.7 m and 6.16 m, as estimated in the year 1850 and the maximum depth of the lake as estimated in the year 2011 is 10.7 m. The lake is edged by a splendid garden known as Kamala Garden, rendering the lake an aesthetic appeal. The lake also provides opportunities of sailing, motor boating, making it an ideal spot for the adventure lovers. Along with the Upper Lake, the very Lower Lake, which is situated in the city of Bhopal have rendered it a title, the ‘City of Lakes’.
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