Sheshnag Lake, located at an altitude of 3590 meters above sea level, is an oligotrophic lake that is also a hub to the several species of fish which includes the brown trout and much more. The lake turns up into greenish in color because of the lush green pasture that besieges it making it a jaw-dropping beauty to adore. With a measurement of 1.1 kilometers in length and 0.7 kilometers wide, Sheshnag lake is known as one of the most beautiful sights of Jammu and Kashmir tourism.
... Primarily, Sheshnag Lake in Pahalgam is delivered by the streams and snow hills over it. This lake usually freezes in the winter months. The Sheshnag lake has special significance for Hindu followers as well. Though there are various mythological stories related. The most common belief about the Sheshnag Lake basically belongs to Sheshnag, the Lord of Snakes. It is also said to be dug by the Lord of Snakes himself. Sheshnag Lake is also a sacred pilgrimage spot because of its existence on the way to holy shrine Amarnath Cave. Sheshnag Lake is located at the same place where Lord Shiva left his snake on his way to Amarnath Cave. Tourists can trek this must-visit Pahalgam destination from Chandanwadi Valley, which is only about 7 miles away.
Q. What Sheshnag Lake is famous for?
Ans. Sheshnag Lake is famous for it is surrounded through green lush meadows and mountains included through the snow.
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