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Kishore Sagar

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About Kishore Sagar

Kishore Sagar is a picturesque artificial lake located in the charming city of Kota, Rajasthan, India. This serene water body was constructed in 1346 AD by the Bundi prince, Dehra Deh, to ensure a reliable water supply for the people of the region. Surrounded by lush green gardens and historic structures, Kishore Sagar exudes a timeless beauty that captivates both locals and visitors alike.

The lake is adorned with a majestic palace-like structure in its center, known as Jagmandir, which adds to its allure. The palace was built during the reign of Maharao Kishore Singh, after whom the lake is named. Jagmandir’s architecture showcases a blend of Rajput and Mughal influences, and it serves as an island pavilion, accessible by boat rides.

Kishore Sagar is not only a popular tourist spot but also a beloved destination for locals seeking tranquility and respite from the bustling city life. Families and friends gather here for leisurely boat rides, picnics, and evening strolls along its well-maintained promenades. The placid waters of the lake reflect the surrounding structures, creating a picturesque panorama, especially during sunset, making it an ideal spot for photography enthusiasts.

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