Lake Pichola, situated in Udaipur city in the Indian state of Rajasthan, is an artificial fresh water lake, created in the year 1362 AD, named after the nearby Picholi village. It is one of the few touching lakes, and created in the course of the most recent couple of hundreds of years in and around the renowned Udaipur city. The lakes around Udaipur were essentially made by building dams to meet the drinking water and water system needs of the city and its neighborhood.
Two islands, Jag Niwas and Jag Mandir are situated inside Pichola Lake, and have been produced with a few royal residences to give perspectives of the lake. Pichola Lake was worked in 1362 AD by Banjara, a vagabond "Banjara" tribesman who transported grain, amid the rule of Maharana Lakha. Afterward, Maharana Udai Singh, awed by the beguile of this lake with the background of green slopes, established the city of Udaipur on the banks of the lake and furthermore extended the Lake by developing a stone workmanship dam in the Badipol district on the shore of the Lake.
The lake's environment and the few islands inside the lake have been created throughout the hundreds of years, with royal residences, marble sanctuaries, family houses, showering ghats or chabutaras a portion of the acclaimed ones are the Lake Palace amidst the lake likewise called the Pichola Palace or Jag Nivas situated on the Jag Island, the Jag Mandir, the Mohan Mandir, the City Palace of Udaipur from where pontoons employ to every single other piece of the Lake, the Arsi Vilas Island, which is an asylum for feathered creatures and the Sitamata Game Sanctuary on the western shore of the Lake.