Gadisar Lake is a kilometre away from the fort. Exceptionally beautiful and astonishingly elegant, the lake is surely a sight for sour eyes.
It was constructed by the first ruler of the land, Raja Rawal Jaisal and later reconstructed by MaharawalGarsi in the year 1367 AD. How’s that for ‘historic’?
It’s hard to believe today, but once upon a time, the people of the desert city depended on this tank for all their water needs. Being in a desert area doesn’t leave many choices after all.
You will find temples, holy shrines and Chattris(Cenotaphs) around the banks of this lake.
The artistically carved entrance made of yellow sandstone offers a breathtaking view of the lake and the uninhabited background behind. A water body with the view of your lifetimes is surely the best way to spend your stay.
You can even choose to take a boat trip in the lake to soak in the serenity of the location. Because, staring at the lake get boring after a while, but boating in it never does.