The beautiful lakes of India exhibit great allure. Indian states have wonderfully located lakes which take away the breadth of every tourist. Whether you are in Rajasthan or Kashmir in; in the Far East or down south, diversity of India is well reflected in the lakes over here. These lakes are perfect for Romancing, shooting, photo shoots and so on. The names include the following:
This beautiful Lake lies in the region of Kangra in the state of Himachal Pradesh. It is sited at an altitude of 1,775m. The Dal Lake is 6.4 km long and 4 km thick and covers an area of 10 square miles. It is one of the most beautiful and well known lakes in India. It is a gift of natures to mankind. Dal Lake is well connected to other Lakes of the Kashmir Valley. One of the exclusive attributes of this lake is its Shikaras and timber Houseboats. It is famous among love couples for the honeymoon. They spend their quality time here.
It is a man-made lake situated in the state of Rajasthan. It is located near the Pushkar city. The lake is marvelously surrounded by the hills and deserts from all the sides. It covers the overall area of about 5 km. Pushkar Lake is the holy lake of the Hindus, linked with the Lord Brahma. The lake has around four hundred temples, fifty-two palaces and fifty-two ghats. Couples after marriage visit his place for worships.
Situated in the city of Udaipur, the panoramic lake, Pichola is surrounded by palaces, hills, temples and ghats. Pichola Lake at places is conical and both its banks almost touch each other. Its beauty is at its top in winters, which complement the cool vicinity of the Rajasthan. Couples majorly visit this place for their honeymoon. The sunset over Pichola Lake is truly idyllic. It is the beauty of Lake Pichola which attracts a number of married couples for honeymoon and romantic time spent every year.
This Lake is located in a small town of Bhimtal in the state of Uttarakhand. It lies in the Nainital district which is a well-known hill station of Uttarakhand. Being the largest lake in the area and the second largest of Kumaon is located at an altitude of 1370 meters. The lake derives its name from the Indian epic the Mahabharat. Couples can plan a boat sail to the Bhimtal Lake and can enjoy the beautiful scenic beauty of the sight. Nestled among the green Kumaon Hills, It is a popular tourist spot majorly for couples.
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