The largest man-made lake in Asia lies at an elevation of 5577.42 ft Tehri Lake. It is situated in Tehri Gharwal, Uttarakhand, at the confluence of the Bhagirathi and the Bhilangna Rivers. The lake is about 42 Km2 long and 260 m deep. The lush green mountains surround it with a dazzling blue spectacle. In local gharwali, the lake is also known as the Tehri Jheel.
After the building of the Tehri dam in 2006, Tehri Lake was created. Tehri Dam is India's second highest dam and Asia's second highest dam. It is 855 feet high and 1886 feet wide. It is a perfect destiny for adventurers located in the picturesque surroundings of Uttarakhand Tehri Lake.
Tehri Lake is a great campsite destination in addition to water sports. Yes, it is ideal for travelers seeking peace in the midst of nature.