India is a beautiful country. In its beauty, four moons are used to put up lakes here. There are many beautiful lakes in India which have beauty. Normally, when we hear the name of the lakes, we feel the idea of Nainital in Uttarakhand. Why not do it? Nainital is so beautiful. It is also natural to take care of Nainital because it is also called the City of Lakes. There are many more lakes in our country, which are very beautiful. Today we are going to tell you about the magnificent Lakes in India.....

Dal Lake Jammu and Kashmir:

Jammu and Kashmir are called the heaven of India. The beauty of this is seen here. The Dal Lake, located here, works to enhance the beauty of this beautiful state of India. These beautiful lakes look very beautiful with different jars every season. The lake is completely frozen in the cold. Dal Lake is spread over a 15 km filed.

Chandratal Lake, Spiti:

Chandragal Lake is located in Spiti. The beauty of it is incredible. Chandragal Lake is also known as Chandra Lake. The color of the lunar lake is like a sapphire. The shape of this lake is similar to that of the moon and is located at an altitude of 4300 meters.

Lake Pichola, Udaipur:

Udaipur is one of the beautiful places in India. The Pichola Lake here serves as four moons in the beauty of Udaipur. The Lake Pichola is 4 kilometers long and 3 km wide. The city Palace is worth watching the beautiful sight of the lake.

Pangong Tso, Ladakh:

Pangong Tso Lake is one of the unique lakes of India. It takes five hours to reach this lake from Leh. There was also suiting of 3 Idiots film around the Pangong Lake.

Loktak Lake, Manipur:

Loktak Lake is one of the famous places in Manipur. The lake is famous all over India to see the sight of the floating Fumadi. The sight of small fumes makes this lake very special and attractive.

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