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DHEBAR LAKE - (India's Largest Artificial Lake): It is located ain the Udaipur District of Rajasthan. It was created in the 17th century when Rana Jai Singh of Udaipur built a marble dam Across the Gomathi River.When first built, it was the largest artificial lake in the world. The lake remained the largest artificial lake in the world till the building of the Aswan Dam in Egypt by the British in 1902, that was reconstructed between 1960 - 1970. It is surrounded by Jaisamand Wildlife Sanctuary. The lake has a total number of 3 islands measuring from 10 to 40 acres each. The Dhebar lake marble dam is 300 mtrs long and is a part of the "Heritage Monuments of India". The dam also has the Hawa Mahal Palace.

Area: 87 km²
Length: 14.5 km
Mean Depth: 31 m
Shore Length: 48.28 km
Outflow Location: Gomathi River
Inflow SourceGomathi River
Islands: Baba ka Magra, Piari