Man Sagar Lake is an synthetic lake, situated in Jaipur, the capital of the country of Rajasthan in India. It is named after Raja Man Singh, the then ruler of Amer, who built it in 1610 via damming the Dravyavati river. The Jal Mahal is situated inside the center of the lake. The lake, located to the north of Jaipur city lies among Amer, the historical city and Jaipur, the provincial headquarters of Rajasthan state.
It has a water unfold area of 300 acres and is enclosed through the Aravalli hills on the north, west and japanese aspects, whilst the southern facet consists of plains which might be intensely inhabited. There is the Nahargarh Fort in the hills that gives a commanding view of the Man Sagar Lake and the Jal Mahal palace, further to a stunning view of the metropolis of Jaipur. The hills surrounding the lake vicinity, towards the north east of Jaipur, have quartzite rock formations, that's part of Aravalli hills range.