Finally! Jaisamand overflowing after 3 years.

The beauty of the lake city is finally overflowing in the form of Jaisamand. After the torrential rain shower which was witnessed in some parts of the city on Thursday evening, the second-largest manmade lake, Jaisamand, outpassed its capacity of 27.6 feet and started overflowing.

Although many parts of the city were deprived of Thursday rains, there was an inflow of water in almost all the lakes of the city after the heavy showers experienced on Monday night. This has brought the water level of all the lakes to its highest capacity.

It has been weeks since people have been waiting to see Jaisamand Lake overflowing. This incident has happened after 3 years as earlier the lake was seen in this form in 2016.

Water-level of other lakes of the city:

(Source: Patrika News)

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Jaisamand Lake is back to its beauty

Jaisamand Lake, also known as Dhebar Lake is the second-largest artificial lake of India and pride of the lake city.  It is one of the most spectacular artificial lakes in Asia.

The major collection of water in this lake comes from four main rivers; Gomati, Jhamari, Rooparel, and Bagaar.

With the last breakout of monsoon, the lake’s water level reached 22 feet. Jaisamand gets overflowed at 27 feet.

The water level of the lake was at 7 feet before the beginning of monsoon. With the inflow of water from all the connecting water bodies including Gomti and Jhami rivers, Jaisamand Lake is back to its mesmerizing beauty.

So, this is the right time to head towards this beautiful man-made wonder to spend some relaxing time away from the hustle-bustle life of the city.