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Loktak Lake Manipur India


Loktak Lake is located just 42 km from Imphal, the capital of Manipur. The fresh water lake is formed by the confluence of the Manipur River and a few other small rivers near the town of Moirang in Bishnupur district. In the Mayi language of Manipur, ‘Lok’ means river, and ‘Tak’ is where it ends. Loktak, which covers an area of ​​about 290 square kilometers, is surrounded by small hills. Depth is about 15 feet. There is no other such floating island in the world. These islands are made up of aquatic plants. Some islands are absolutely floating on the water. And there are some whose roots have gone to the soil below the lake. These islands are called Fumdi or Fumshong in Manipuri.

Many species of fish in the waters of Lake Lake. Fumdi is usually inhabited by fishermen. The picture of their daily life on the lake creates a magic, fascination in the eyes. The largest fumdita is 40 square kilometers. It is the only water park in the world. Keibul Lamjao National Park. How many kinds of birds there. In addition, the Sangai Dancing Deer (known as the Eld’s Deer species) is also found only in the Keibul Lamjao National Park.

Loktak Lake

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