Ranmal Lakhota Lake

Ranmal Lake (Lakhota Lake) in the middle of Jamnagar city spreaded over 5 lakh square meters and is divided into three parts. The lake promotes the beauty of the city, and provides ideal shelter for tourists and migratory birds as well. Ranmal or Lakhota Lake is said to be constructed by Jam Ranmalji II between 1820 to 1852. This circular lake spreaded around 5 lakh sq meters is a unique identity. Resting places like pavilions, bastions, artistic gardens, etc. have been placed around the lake. The exquisite architectural fort of architecture known as Lakkhota built at a cost of millions is in the middle of the lake. Both of these monuments does not only describe the art but also the state’s kind, affectionate, loving nature.

Photo Gallery

  • Ranmal Lakhota Lake original
  • Ghadiyali Kuvo
  • Lakhota - Evening View
  • Arial View of renovated Lakhota lake
  • Lakhota Lake - Jarukha
  • Winter-Morning View

How to Reach:

By Air

Jamnagar airport is 10 km from the town and daily Air India airline connects Jamnagar to Mumbai.

By Train

Jamnagar is on the Western Railway network of the Indian Railways. This city is well connected with the rest of the country via number of daily / weekly trains.

By Road

Jamnagar is well connected from most of cities of Gujarat by State transport buses and private luxury coaches. Nearest city – Rajkot is 92 km.