Swaroop Sagar Lake in Udaipur is an artificial lake, it was built by Maharana Swaroop Singh of Mewar dynasty during his reign during 1842-61; hence it was named after the same Mewar ruler. This Lake was created to fulfill the water needs of the residents. The Swaroop Sagar Lake is also known as Kumharia Talab, it is connected to Lake Pichola and Fateh Sagar Lake.
During monsoon, when Udaipur receives a good amount of rainfall, the lake gates are opened one by one in the situation of Lake Overflow. In the Lake Overflow situation, one can see the dams constructed on the Swaroop Sagar Lake slid up and water gushing through the lake and taken to Fateh Sagar Lake through a water channel.
... The Swaroop Sagar Lake is behind the famous Jagdish Temple near Chandpole connecting to Rangsagar. Swaroop Sagar Lake is easily approachable by road from the Udaipur City. This lake is always busy with the public as it is well located; visitors and locals visit this lake to admire the beauty. Monsoon is indeed the best time to glance and spend some time near the Swaroop Sagar Lake as it is lit with colorful lights along with waterfalls from the dam.
Q. What Swaroop Sagar Lake is famous for?
Ans. Swaroop Sagar Lake is famous for its combined water body comprising other nearby lakes.
Q. What are the nearby places to visit from Swaroop Sagar Lake?
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