The Fateh Sagar Lake, built by Maharana Jai Singh in the 17th century and later rebuilt by Maharana Fateh Singh, is one of Udaipur's most famous lakes.
Lake Pichola, one of Udaipur's most beautiful lakes, was built in the 14th century. This lake, featured in Bollywood and Hollywood films
Udaisagar Lake, built during the reign of Maharana Uday Singh to meet the region's water demands, is one of Udaipur's most historic and famous lakes.
The 17th-century Maharana Jai Singh built Jaisamand Lake. This 14-kilometer man-made lake on the Gomti River is the second largest in the country.
Rajsamand Lake, built by Maharana Raj Singh in 1660, is one of Udaipur's most serene lakes. This historic lake is popular
Badi Lake, also known as "Jiyan Sagar," was built by Maharana Raj Singh in the 17th century to help Badi village residents during a 1973 drought.
Doodh Talai, the "Milk Pond," sits on Pichola Lake's southeast edge. This cow grazing area was surrounded by a lovely boardwalk.
Swaroop Sagar Lake, nestled between Fateh Sagar and Lake Pichola, was created in the 19th century under the reign of Maharana Swaroop Singh.
Madaar Lake is one of Udaipur's most popular lakes for nature enthusiasts. This tranquil lake is in a rural paradise.
Due to its serene surroundings and charming vistas, Purohito ka Talab is one of Udaipur's most well-known lakes.