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Loktak Lake

Loktak Lake Moirang Manipur

Teeming with a wide variety of aquatic flora and fauna, the Loktak Lake is one of the largest freshwater lakes in East India located 50 km from the capital city Imphal. Holding sheer socio-economic importance, the lake bagged the title ' the wetland of international importance' by the Ramsar Convention in the year 1990. This lake is also known as the “Floating lake” as it is dotted with the floating Phundies. They are the floating islands which are actually heterogeneous mass of vegetation, soil and organic matters at various stages of decomposition. It is one of the the lifelines of Manipur as it is a source of water for hydropower generation, irrigation and drinking water supply. The fisherman inhabiting the surrounding area earn their living through this lake.

There is a National Park named Keibul Lamjao National Park located in the south eastern region of the Loktak Lake. The Park is the natural home to the endangered Manipur brow-antlered deer(Cervus eldi eldi) and python(Python molurus molu). The Park plays host to several other wildlife species such as hog deer, boar, wild cats, and panthers. With the arrival of winter the Park comes alive with beautiful migratory birds. The Lotak Lake is worth a visit.
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