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Gangbal Lake

Gangabal Lake (Lat: 34.4333, Long: 74.925) is situated at the foot of the north-eastern glacier of Mount Harmukh, at an altitude of about 3570 Meters (Francis Brunel, the author of ‘Kashmir’ puts the altitude at 3657 Meters). It is said to be the true source of Kashmir Ganga and is hence known as ‘Uttarganga’. It is the final goal of great ‘Haramuktaganga’ pilgrimage. Lake’s turquoise coloured sheet of water lends a subtle charm to the valley which is known as the ‘Hardwar of Kashmir’.

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Manasabal Lake

Manasbal Lake is located about 30 km north of Srinagar, the summer capital of Jammu and Kashmir State. It has predominantly rural surroundings with three villages, Kondabal, Jarokbal and Gratbal overlooking the lake. Manasbal is considered as the 'supreme gem of all Kashmir lakes' with lotus (Nelumbo nucifera) nowhere more abundant or beautiful than on the margins of this lake during July and August.

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Wular Lake

Wular Lake, sometimes spelt as, Wullar Lake, is India’s largest fresh water lake and one of the largest in Asia. Situated in Bandipora district in the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir, the lake is awesomely beautiful. Fed by the Jhelum River, the lake’s size varies from 30 to 250 square kilometers depending on season.