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Dhebar Lake (also known as Jaisamand Lake) is India's first and world's oldest historical and second largest artificial fresh water lake in India. It is located in the Udaipur District of Rajasthan State in western India. It has an area of 87 km2 (34 sq mi) when full, and was created at Namla Thikana (rathore-patvi) in the 17th century, when Rana Jai Singh of Udaipur built a marble dam across the Gomati River. It is about 45.0 km (28.0 mi) from the district headquarters of Udaipur. When first built, it was the largest artificial lake in the world. The surrounding Jaisamand Wildlife Sanctuary around Dhebar Lake can be reached by the state highway to Banswara from Udaipur. It is about 17.0 km (10.6 mi) from Salumbar (A sub-district headquarter on state Highway No. 32). Jaisamand Wildlife San

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  • Dhebar, també Debar, Jaisamand o Jaisamudra és un llac artificial del Rajasthan, considerat el segon més gran d'Àsia, al a uns 45 km al sud-est d'Udaipur (Rajasthan). La longitud del llac d'est a oest és d'uns 15 km i la seva amplada mitjana d'un kilòmetre i mig. La circumferència és de 48 km. A la part nord hi ha algun poblet de pescadors. Fou construït al segle xvii (1685) pel maharana Jai Singh (1680-1698) que al temps de la inauguració (2 de juny de 1691) va fer la cerimònia taludaan i va repartir or com a caritat. El llac té tres illes principals i quatre més de menors, habitades per bhils; a uns turons de la vora i ha dos palaus construïts també per Jai Singh, el Hawa Mahal (Palau de la Brisa) i el Rang Kunwar; també destaquen un embarcador de marbre amb escalons que baixen fins al llac i sis pavellons de marbre blanc i elefants gravats, i un temple quadrangular de Xiva, i diversos palaus d'estiu de les reines. Avui dia a la part nord-est hi ha el Jaisamand Island Resort, un centre turístic. La superfície és de 36 km² i la llarga és d'uns 14,5 km i amplada de 9 km; la profunditat màxima és de 31,62 metres; conté 560 milions de metres cúbic d'aigua; la seva circumferència mesura 88 km; la seva conca és de 1.787 km². A la rodalia els terrenys es dedicaven a la cacera pels maharanes i són avui dia (des de 1957) una reserva o santuari anomenat Jaisamand Wildlife Sanctuary, de 62 km² El llac és abastit per les aigües del riu Gomti, al que es va construir una presa de pedra de 36,6 metres d'altura i 330 metres de llarg El nom del llac (Jai Samand o Jaisamand o Jaya Samudra), agafat del maharana Jai Singh que el va construir, vol dir també "Oceà de la Victòria, Mand = Oceà). Dhebar vol dir "conca (hidrològica)". Generalment el llac està ple excepte durant les sequeres. És anomenat Jai Samand (o Jaya Samudra, "mar de la Victòria") pel raja Jai Singh que el va construir després del 1681 (acabat el 1685). (ca)
  • Dhebar Lake (also known as Jaisamand Lake) is India's first and world's oldest historical and second largest artificial fresh water lake in India. It is located in the Udaipur District of Rajasthan State in western India. It has an area of 87 km2 (34 sq mi) when full, and was created at Namla Thikana (rathore-patvi) in the 17th century, when Rana Jai Singh of Udaipur built a marble dam across the Gomati River. It is about 45.0 km (28.0 mi) from the district headquarters of Udaipur. When first built, it was the largest artificial lake in the world. The surrounding Jaisamand Wildlife Sanctuary around Dhebar Lake can be reached by the state highway to Banswara from Udaipur. It is about 17.0 km (10.6 mi) from Salumbar (A sub-district headquarter on state Highway No. 32). Jaisamand Wildlife Sanctuary protects about 162.0 square kilometres (16,200 ha), mostly teak forest, on the shores of Dhebar Lake. The lake has three islands measuring from 10 to 40 acres (40,000 to 162,000 m2) each. The Dhebar Lake Marble Dam is 300.0 m (984.3 ft) long and is a part of the "Heritage Monuments of India". The dam also has the Hawa Mahal Palace, winter Capital of the erstwhile Maharanas of Mewar. 1687 to 1691 . The special thanks from Maharana of Mewar to Thakur of Namla thikana for their support & kindness to Mewar. (en)
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  • A picture showing extended view of Jaisamand Lake, taken from top of Roothi Rani Palace. (en)
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  • Dhebar, també Debar, Jaisamand o Jaisamudra és un llac artificial del Rajasthan, considerat el segon més gran d'Àsia, al a uns 45 km al sud-est d'Udaipur (Rajasthan). La longitud del llac d'est a oest és d'uns 15 km i la seva amplada mitjana d'un kilòmetre i mig. La circumferència és de 48 km. A la part nord hi ha algun poblet de pescadors. Fou construït al segle xvii (1685) pel maharana Jai Singh (1680-1698) que al temps de la inauguració (2 de juny de 1691) va fer la cerimònia taludaan i va repartir or com a caritat. (ca)
  • Dhebar Lake (also known as Jaisamand Lake) is India's first and world's oldest historical and second largest artificial fresh water lake in India. It is located in the Udaipur District of Rajasthan State in western India. It has an area of 87 km2 (34 sq mi) when full, and was created at Namla Thikana (rathore-patvi) in the 17th century, when Rana Jai Singh of Udaipur built a marble dam across the Gomati River. It is about 45.0 km (28.0 mi) from the district headquarters of Udaipur. When first built, it was the largest artificial lake in the world. The surrounding Jaisamand Wildlife Sanctuary around Dhebar Lake can be reached by the state highway to Banswara from Udaipur. It is about 17.0 km (10.6 mi) from Salumbar (A sub-district headquarter on state Highway No. 32). Jaisamand Wildlife San (en)
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