Delhi is full of mistery and we can also say that , the Delhi is a mysterious places in India . Because there you can find so many Things like heritage places, historical places etc . Today , I’m gonna tell you the hidden water lakes in Delhi that can give you calmness, peace, inner peace etc . So let’s begin .
Bhalswa Horseshoe lake
Bhalswa Horseshoe Lake
• It is situated near the Bhalswa Golf course.It is leftover Horseshoe shape water loop of the yamuna river . Delhi Govt. Is making so many efforts to transform that Lake into a hub of water sports like fishing, riding & water scooters.
Location:Bhalswa Horseshoe Lake – Bhalswa, Jahangirpuri .
• This contain small amount of water but the tragedy and the mystery behind it is about the mass murders of sepoys,british women and childrens. But the good time to visit that Jheel is in monsoon because it just come right up in monsoon. The grenery around the water body gives you refreshness and calm the mind and give a chance to travel and fall in love with its grenery.
This contain small amount of water but the tragedy and the mystery behind it is about the mass murders of sepoys,british women and childrens. But the good time to visit that Jheel is in monsoon because it just come right up in monsoon. The grenery around the water body gives you refreshness and calm the mind and give a chance to travel and fall in love with its grenery.
Location: Kamla nehru ridge, Delhi University.
Your imaginations may run high when you hear the name but you may be dissatisfied to find that there’s no trace of red in this lake. Whatever blood was exfoliate then has dried up periods ago. It isn’t indeed big enough to be called a lake but more like a small pond. girdled by thick flora from all sides, the greenish tribe over the water along with the swimming ducklings paint a rather serene picture fully contrary to its character but let the face value not adulterate its factual character. The fact that it’s tightly encircled with iron cables indicates that it’s still a dangerous place
. The billboards also indicate that the lake is at least 80 bases deep and has a history of drowning incidents which is why the authorities have made it insolvable for anyone to try their luck at swimming or diving in the lake. Unless you’re a water raspberry, you ca n’t touch the water of the lake presently. As a political hotspot, Delhi has seen scores of battles, revolutions, butcheries, sieges, sackings, conspiracies and assassinations over the last meridian. All these events have left scars on the megacity. Some of them are visible, like the pellet injuries on Kashmiri Gate but some others are not, yet they remain alive through stories and more importantly, through title. The Khooni Jheel or the bloody lake, as the name unstintingly suggests, offers one similar case.
Surajkund Lake Ancient reservior
Surajkund Lake Ancient reservior
• The sarakund Lake is from the 10TH century .Located in Faridabad, this quiet and serene lake is also known to as the Peacock Lake. Aravalli hills is in backdrop of that Lake, you simply sit and see the nature and view and listen the sound of water and nature . That can give you the calmness and relaxation .
Location: Surajkund Lake – Faridabad, Gurgaon .
Surajkund( nonfictional meaning is’ Lake of the Sun’) is an artificial Kund( ‘ Kund ’ means lake or force) erected in the background of the Aravalli hills with an amphitheatre- shaped dam constructed in semicircular form. It’s said to have been erected by the Tomar king Suraj Pal of Tomar dynasty in the 10th century. Tomar was a sun worshipper and he’d thus erected a Sun church on its western bank. Surajkund is an ideal fun and games spot, as it’s positioned only 8 kms. down from South Delhi. Substantiating this belief, there are remains of a Sun Temple around the sunpool. The complex includes a beautifully done- up theater and a pool- Siddha Kund.
•We can also say that it is hidden gem. This places of great for the photographers because of picturesque view like that . That sanctuary is rest point for 250 species of birds . A few kilo-meters from the Gurgaon. It is best for the weekends who love wildlife and you can also indulge in a particular bird by just watching .
Sultanpur National Park & Bird Sanctuary is located in Gurgaon quarter of Haryana, 46 kms. from Delhi and 15 kms. from Gurgaon on the Gurgaon- Farukh Nagar Road. The Sultanpur National Park is lush with trees, shrubs and clusters of bougainvillea. A good couple of binoculars is a must to easily see the wildlife from a safe distance, without disturbing them. To grease raspberry watching, there are four watch palaces( machans) located at different points. In addition, there’s acceptable parking and installations like toilets and drinking water.
The Educational Interpretation Center has been established then to offer proper guidance to the traveler visiting the place. The Tourist Complex erected in the Park has elegant apartments equipped with all ultramodern amenities, a eatery and a bar. Sultanpur National Park is basically a raspberry watcher’s paradise with many trees obscuring the guest’s view of the lake. The catcalls then can be fluently spotted wading, swimming or flying. Every time 90 migrant raspberry species arrive then in hunt of feeding grounds and to spend the downtime. In downtime, the sanctuary provides a graphic outlook of migrant catcalls and indeed in summer, some species of migrant catcalls come then.
Location : Gurgaon Farukh Nagar Road, Sultanpur in Gurgaon .
If you prefer to spend you weekends in these type of places which are beautiful, calm, and silence . Then It will gives you feel of that weekends that you wanted from a long time . #weekendgoals.