Udaipur is also known as the Venice of India. There are numerous lakes in this beautiful city. The Jaisamand Lake of Udaipur is also a tourist attraction which draws hundreds of domestic tourists and foreign tourists to itself. This magnificent lake is the second largest man made lake in Asia. You have to travel 48 kilometres away from the main city of Udaipur to reach this lake. It is quite easy to reach this lake by a bus or a taxi. Being the second largest artificial lake of Asia this palace is quite popular among tourists.
About Jaisamand Lake : Lying 48 kms away from the hassles of the city this lake offers a serene environment to the tourists. The lake is also known as Dhebar. The idea of making this lake cropped up in Maharana Jai Singh's mind while making a dam on the river Gomti. He built this extravagant lake in the year 1685. The lake is spread across 14 kms in length and 9kms in width. The whole lake covers the huge area of 36 sq Kms. After the construction of Aswan dam lake this lake became the second largest man made lake. The summer palace of the queens of Udaipur is also located which makes this lake even more picturesque.
Visit Jaisamand Lake to dive into the lake of tranquillity on beholding the beauty of this scenic lake. There are six mesmerising cenotaphs erected on beautiful pillars. The architectural beauty of the construction around the lake is a special attraction for historians and architects particularly.
The amalgamation of the serenity of the white marble work and the calmness of the water of the lake will keep you magnetized to the arena of the Jaisamand Lake. The popularity of the lake makes it among the main tourist spot of Udaipur Jaisamand Lake. So never forget to visit this magically mesmerising lake during your visit to the Venice of India, that is, Udaipur.
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