In this blog, we will be providing you Static General Awareness study notes about 15 most Important Lakes in India. The General awareness study would include the names and a small description of these lakes. This General Awareness Study notes blog will prove very useful for your preparation of SSC Exams – SSC CGL, SSC CPO, SSC CHSL and Railway RRB Exams – RRB Group D Exam and RRB ALP Exam. Let us begin.
General Awareness Study notes – Important Lakes in India
Ashtamudi Lake – This Lake is located in the Kollam district of Kerala. This lake has been listed under the Ramsar Convention as a wetland of international importance.
Chilka Lake – The Located on the East coast of India in the state of Odisha. It is the second largest Coastal Lagoon in the world, and largest in India. It is a home to thousands of migratory birds who visit in the winter season.
Dal Lake – Located in the city of Srinagar in Kashmir, this lake is known as the Jewel of Srinagar for its scenic beauty. It a major tourist destination for people visiting from all over the world.
Dhebar lake – This is an Artifical lake, one of the largest in the country. It is located in Udaipur district of Rajasthan. It is also known as Jaisamand lake as it surrounds the Jaisamand Wildlife sanctuary. It was built in the 17th century.
Kanakria Lake – This is a famous lake in the city of Ahmedabad in Gujrat. The lake was completed in the year 1451 by the then ruler of Gujrat – Ahmad Shah II. Many tourists visit this lake to experience its scenic beauty.
Kolleru Lake – This lake is situated between the deltas of Krishna and Godavari river, in the state of Andhra Pradesh. It is a freshwater lake, one of the largest in India.
Loktak lake – It is located in the State of Manipur and it is the largest freshwater lake in the Northeast region of India. It has many big and small floating islands called “Phumdi” spread over it.
Lonar Lake – This lake is located in Buldhana District of Maharashtra. The lake is called a meteor lake as it was created by the impact of a meteor on earth during the Pleistocene epoch.
Nal Sarovar Lake – This lake is situated in Gujrat. The lake along with the adjoining wetlands is declared as Nal Sarovar Bird sanctuary. This bird sanctuary is the home to many migratory birds coming from as far as Siberia.
Pongong Lake – The lake is located on the Indo-China Border in the Leh Ladakh region of the state of Jammu and Kashmir. 60% of the lake is in Chinese border.
Pulicate lake – This lake situated on the border of Andhra Pradesh and Tamil Nadu is the second largest saltwater lagoon in the country
Pushkar Lake – Situated in the Ajmer District of Rajasthan, this lake is a sacred place for the Hindus.
Sholavaram Lake – This lake is located in the Thiruvallur district of Tamilnadu. This lake is one of the main sources of fresh water for the population of Chennai city.
Tsomoriri Lake – This is a mountain lake located in Ladakh area of Jammu and Kashmir. The lake is listed for protection under the Tsomoriri wetland conservation reserve. It is one of the largest high altitude lakes in the country
Wular Lake – This is the largest freshwater lake in the country located in Bandipura district of Jammu and Kashmir. The water to this lake is supplier by Jhelum river.
That is all in this edition of General Awareness Study notes from us on Important Lakes in India, we hope you find the information provided in these General Awareness Study notes useful.
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