Maharana Pratap Sagar, in India, otherwise called Pong Reservoir or Pong Dam Lake was made in 1975, by building the most elevated earthfill dam in India on the Beas River in the wetland zone of the Siwalik Hills of the Kangra region of the province of Himachal Pradesh. Named in the respect of Maharana Pratap 1540– 1597, the store or the lake is a notable untamed life haven and one of the 26 worldwide wetland locales proclaimed in India by the Ramsar Convention.
The reservoir covers a zone of 24,529 hectares, and the wetlands divide is 15,662 hectares. The Pong Reservoir and Gobindsagar Reservoir are the two most essential angling supplies in the Himalayan lower regions of Himachal Pradesh. These stores are the main wellsprings of fish inside the Himalayan states.