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List of lakes of India

List of lakes in India is a list of the notable lakes in India.[1]

Shikaras on Dal Lake, Jammu & Kashmir
Pulicat Lake, Andhra Pradesh
Kolleru Lake,Andhra Pradesh
Chandubi Lake, Assam
Renuka Lake, Himachal Pradesh
Suraj Tal, Himachal Pradesh
Manasbal Lake, Kashmir
Tsomoriri, Ladakh
Hebbal Lake, Karnataka
Vembanad Lake, Kerala
Upper Lake (Bhopal), Madhya Pradesh
Loktak Lake, Manipur
Lesser Flamingos at Chilika Lake, Orissa
Ropar Wetland, Punjab
Fateh Sagar Lake, Rajesthan
Kodaikanal Lake, Tamil Nadu
Emerald Lake, Ooty
Nainital Lake, Uttarakhand in the morning
Crater lake formed by the impact of meteorite at Lonar, Maharashtra


  • Andhra Pradesh 1
  • Assam 2
  • Bihar 3
  • Gujarat 4
  • Himachal Pradesh 5
  • Haryana 6
  • Jammu and Kashmir 7
  • Karnataka 8
  • Kerala 9
  • Madhya Pradesh 10
  • Maharashtra 11
  • Meghalaya 12
  • Manipur 13
  • Mizoram 14
  • Odisha 15
  • Punjab 16
  • Rajasthan 17
    • Lake City of Rajasthan, Udaipur 17.1
  • Sikkim 18
  • Telangana 19
    • Hyderabad city lakes 19.1
  • Tamil Nadu 20
  • Uttar Pradesh 21
  • Uttarakhand 22
    • Lakes of Kumaon hills 22.1
  • West Bengal 23
  • See also 24
  • References 25
  • External links 26

Andhra Pradesh




Himachal Pradesh

Chestnut trail


Jammu and Kashmir

Pangong Lake



Madhya Pradesh








Lake City of Rajasthan, Udaipur



Hyderabad city lakes

Tamil Nadu

Uttar Pradesh


Lakes of Kumaon hills

West Bengal

Mirik Sumendu Lake
Nalban - West Bengal 7791
Skyline Kolkata 1066
Breathe the IIM way
Whistling Ducks - Santragachi Lake - Howrah 2012-01-26 1492
Rabindra Sarovar view

Unclassified :-

  • Deepor beel Lake
  • Harike Lake
  • Jalmahal Lake or Mansagar Lake
  • Kadinamkulam Lake
  • Kawar (Kabar) Lake
  • Mallital Lake
  • Nagina Lake
  • Mokama Tal (Lake)
  • Nangal Lake
  • Shambu Lake
  • Sukna Lake

See also


  1. ^ M.S.Reddy1 and N.V.V.Char2 (4-10-2004). "ANNEX 2 LIST OF LAKES". Management of Lakes in India. World Lakes Network. 
  2. ^ "National wetland status for Son Beel".  

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