Prashar Lake is famous for its pristine blue water and is situated along the Dhauladhar ranges of Kullu. Prashar also known as Parashar Lake is approximately 50km from Mandi District in Himachal Pradesh. The surface elevation or height of Prashar Lake is 2730m and exactly how deep Prashar Lake is still unknown. This destination is popular among tourists and locals too.
Other than the pure and charismatic beauty, Prashar Lake is famous for its 3 storied pagoda temple which is situated on the bank of the lake. This lake is considered sacred or holy lake and locals from the Mandi District visit this place throughout the year. If want to admire the green lush scenery, then you should visit this place during the summer but if you are a fan of white beauty and want to roll over the thick sheet of snow, then you must visit this place in winter.
This whole, the tiny lake, tall Dhauladhar trees, beautifully sculptured temple, and snow-covered mountains offer a spell bounding natural beauty. Prashar Lake looks like a blue emerald surrounded by huge mountains. This is a famous spot for capturing panoramic views of photographers.
The weather here ranges from -5 degrees to 23 degrees throughout the year but you cannot predict the weather. You can experience the unpredictable rain here. In winter, this area gets completely cut off due to heavy snowfall usually in January and February. This area is pollution-free, less populated, and most importantly untouched by our modern luxuries which makes it more captivating. So, this is one of the must-visit places in Himachal Pradesh, and checklist this on your travel list now.