Macchial Lake or Machyal Lake is a low height lake which is arranged in Mandi area in India. The lake is viewed as holy and is named after Machinder Nath or Matasya Avtar of Lord Vishnu truly 'The Fish God'. A similarly bigger and more extensive stream is 1 kilometer eastwards of the lake close Uhl organize 3 venture site that remaining parts swarmed with Himalayan Golden Mahseer. Machhiyal is hallowed to nearby locals and encompassing towns.
In prior days, individuals made their desires to Machinder Nath and on satisfaction of their desires, they would offer the guaranteed blessing to the God. One of such contributions was to adornment the consecrated Himalayan Golden Mahseer angle with gold nasal rings and in prior days such hallowed Golden Mahseer angle wearing brilliant rings could be seen effectively in the Lake. This convention has nearly vanished these days.
In any case, it is as yet regular to bolster fish to pay regard or as a desire for good fortunes and to maintain a strategic distance from misfortune. Individuals wash up in the stream on specific long stretches of Hindu schedule. Angling is disallowed in the stream following religious importance. Alongside various different games exercises including wrestling or kusti is focal point of intrigue which is hung on the last day. Wrestlers from inaccessible urban communities and regions come to demonstrate their ability and to win a great looking prize cash.