Located deep inside the Ranthambore National Park, Padam Talao is one of the largest lakes in the city. It is believed that this is the very lake where Princess Padmavati would bathe, and also the place where she committed sati. The beautifully ornate Jogi Mahal stands in close proximity to the lake.
Surrounded by dense forests, the lake is frequented by several animals who make their way to the lake to drink water in the sweltering heat. One can also spot the rare Chinkara Deer in the morning. Since several animals hunt in close proximity to the lake, it is a great spot for wildlife photography. In the summer, when the water starts drying out, you can spot crocodiles and other animals during the summers. Although you cannot go near it, you can catch a glimpse of it while enjoying a jeep safari, or from the Ranthambore Fort.
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