In the event that you needed to take a pick, which would you pick? A lake formed like a heart, or one with human bones at the base? Or on the other hand maybe one which is just somewhat in Indian Territory, but would one say one is of the most lovely inland lakes on the planet? Regardless of whether encompassed by slopes, or nourished by a sea or ocean adjacent, a lake is dependably a wellspring of tranquility and contemplation. Here are ten one of a kind and beautiful lakes around India that are absolutely worth encountering:

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1. Pangong Tso, Ladakh


A five-hour, rugged head out from Leh, the Pangong Tso, a saline water lake, is a standout amongst the most pleasant spots in India. I’m certain you recall Kareena Kapoor riding a bike in a red lehenga along the banks of the Pangong Tso! Did you realize that the Line of Actual Control runs directly through it, and an extensive piece of the lake is in territory China? It’s a great opportunity to make my life as energizing as this!

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2. Prashar Lake, Mandi

The Prashar Lake, is a glacial lake next to a Himachal-style temple dedicated to Sage Prashar, and is located 49 kilometers away from Mandi. It is an easy trek, even if you’re travelling with kids. The lake, with its dark, blue water stands starkly apart from the landscape both during summers and winters. The summers turn the Prashar landscape into a myriad of blue and green, whereas winters turn it into vistas of alpine white and blue.

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3. Lake Pichola, Udaipur

An artificial lake built over the City Palace, Udaipur, Lake Pichola stretches as far as the eye can see. This beautiful lake measures 4 kilometres in length and about 3 in width. The City Palace overlooks the lake, and you can take long boat rides from Rameshwar Ghat. You can even take a sunset boat ride, which makes for a wonderful romantic experience!

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4. Loktak Lake, Manipur

A hotspot for flora and fauna and the largest freshwater lake in North East India, Loktak Lake is famous for the floating phumdis over it. Phumdis mean an accumulated mass of soil, vegetation and other organic matter which is at various stages of decomposition. The masses make little islands on the lake, where people actually live. The sight of the little phumdis make the Loktak Lake an amazing sight to behold.

5. Chandrataal Lake, Spiti

A natural replica of the Pangong Tso in Spiti, situated at an altitude of 4300 metres, the Chandratal Lake gets its name from its crescent-like shape. Chandaratal literally means ‘Moon Lake’, and is situated at 7 kilometres from Kunzum La Pass in the Lahaul and Spiti district. The lake is a shade of blue close to sapphires, and is surrounded by broad grassy plains. The bonus, you ask? Spiti is the perfect place to spot the Milky Way and enjoy a peaceful vacation with no mobile interruption.

6. Tsomgo Lake, Gangtok

Located at a distance of 35 kilometres from Gangtok, on the road to Nathu La Pass. The sheer altitude at Tsomgo, or Changu Lake, as it is known in the local language, means that you can see the high peaks that surround the alpine, glacial lake. The water in the lake is fed by the melting ice nearby. Colourful prayer flags and bells surround the lake, making this one of the most amazing spots to visit in the eastern Himalayas.

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7. Vembanad Lake, Kumarakom

Kumarakom is home to the Vembanad Lake, which lays claim to being one of the longest lakes in India and one of the largest lakes in Kerala! Plus, since the lake is lesser known it is less crowded, ensuring you have a peaceful experience. What’s even more fascinating, is that the lake is a combination of fresh and brackish water, divided by a saltwater barrier. Stay in a houseboat and soak in the beauty and serenity of Vembanad in the best possible way.

8. Dal Lake, Srinagar

To experience the pristine beauty of Kashmir in its full glory, Dal Lake needs to be on your travel itinerary. Although thronged by tourists ever since the days of Kashmir Ki Kali, Dal Lake is breathtakingly beautiful both during summer and winter, with two very different landscapes to flaunt. The 15 kilometre-round lake is dotted with houseboats from the Raj era, along with shikaras that ply across the lake, ferrying visitors from the boulevard to their houseboats, or on boat rides. The shikaras also act as vendors for all kinds of Kashmiri handicrafts and trinkets, fruits, flowers and vegetables.

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9. Chembra Lake, Wayanad

A heart shaped lake on the way to the Chembra Peak in Wayanad, Chembra Lake has often been stated as a lovers’ paradise. The Chembra peak is a popular trekking trail near Bandipur, in the Wayanad forest. Apart from its beautiful shape and that it’s literally on one side of a hill, the Chembra Lake is believed to have never dried up. Pretty cool, no?

10. Roopkund Lake, Chamoli District, Uttarakhand

We Indians have a penchant for spooky stories. Which is why I bit at the bait as soon as I found out that there’s a lake, also known as “Mystery Lake” which has human bones and remains dating back to 850 A.D! The Roopkund Lake is a high altitude glacial lake which is accessible by a trekking trail of about 5-6 days, and one can see human skeletal remains at its bottom when the snow has melted. While scientific and supernatural reasons have been stated for the remains, but the mystery is still intact.

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