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The rajputana Sheraton at Jaipur and the Jaypee Palace were excellent but The Park in Delhi, wasn't in the same level, the public spaces like corridor were dirty.
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Located around 48 km away from Imphal, Loktak boasts of being the largest freshwater lake in North East India. The lake can be seen from the tourist bungalow set atop Sendra Island. The shimmering blue waters and the colourful water plants make it look beautiful. Designated as a wetland of international importance under the Ramsar Convention, the lake has an important role in the economy of Manipur.
Loktak lake is managed by the Loktak Development Authority (LDA), established in 1987. The LDA introduced a management plan in the year 1993, which later on emphasized on the development of agriculture, fisheries and tourism.
During the 80s, the Manipur Government introduced many species of amphibians, fishes, insects and plants. They have caused perturbations to the ecosystem of the lake and these species.
The lake serves as a major source of water for irrigation, hydro power generation and drinking water supply. It is also a source of livelihood for the local fisherman, residing in the surrounding areas.
The lake is also known as the Floating Lake due to the floating phumdis on it.