Rajsamand Lake otherwise called Rajsamudra Lake is a lake close to the town of Rajsamand in the Indian province of Rajasthan. Worked in the seventeenth century, it is roughly 1.75 miles 2.82 km wide, 4 miles 6.4 km long and 60 feet 18 m profound. It was worked over the Gomati, Kelwa, and Tali waterways, with a catchment zone of around 196 sq mi 510 km². Rajsamand Lake is one of the five prominent pools of Mewar. Found 66 km in the north of Udaipur, Rajsamand Lake lies between the urban communities of Rajnagar and Kankroli. It is additionally known by the name of Rajsamudra Lake in Rajasthan.
The stream Gomti is the primary provider of water to Rajsamand Lake. This was made by building a great dam in the seventeenth century. On the southern end of the lake, the gigantic bank is made out of white marble. It has marble porches and stone advances that touch the waters of the lake. There are five toranas measuring curves where Maharana Raj Singh and his relatives sorted out the yearly occasion of Tuladan. Lords used to measure themselves in gold and after that circulate it among the Brahmans. This procedure of offerings giving was trailed by Maharaja Raj Singh and his relatives. These wonderfully cut structures are decorated with photos of the sun, chariots, divine beings, winged animals and point by point carvings.