Rajsamand Lake is also known as Rajsamand Lake and is located near the town of Rajsamand in Rajasthan. This lake is one of the five famous lakes of Udaipur and is situated 66 km to its north. The approximate depth of this lake lying between Rajnagar and Kankroli is around 60 feet. The lake is 4 miles long and 1.7 miles wide.
On the Rajsamand lake, a 17th century large dam also makes it attractive and useful. Lake embankment has ‘Nauchowki’ that means nine pavilions, constructed by Maharana Raj Singh ji. These magnificent pavilion are carved artistically with pictures of the Sun, chariots, Gods, birds and other artistic carvings. There are 27 marble slabs which are inscribed with glorifying history of Mewar. These longest etching in India has 1017 stanzas which are called as ‘Raj Prasasti’. Its southern embankment is completely made of white marble with stone steps touching the lake. It also have famous five toranas (weighing arches) where Maharana Raj Singh and his descendants organized the event of Tuladan (Kings used to weigh themselves in gold and then distributed it amongst the Brahmans).