- Issue Date: Nov 30, 1977

Dal Lake During Lockdown.
The total Phosphorus inflow to the Dal Lake is 156.62 tons from all sources.

Dal Lake is the main source of beauty in the heart of the city. ... California is the leading vegetable growing state but horticulture is also important in the Lake Peninsula, Florida and the coastal states of Canada. Short Essay on Horticulture. The lake’s depth has also come down by nearly 12 metres and is a grave sign of the dangers the lake faces.

It was once avery clear and a much bigger and pure water source.

So many house boats are there to paycomfortable attention to the visitors. 3.

The Dal Lake, spanning an area of eight kilometres from north to south and 3.5 kilometres east to west, is in imminent danger of being transformed into a swampy marshland. A houseboat is a boat that has been designed or modified to be used primarily as a home.Some houseboats are not motorized, because they are usually moored, kept stationary at a fixed point and often tethered to land to provide utilities.However, many are capable of operation under their own power.
According to the report the quantity contributed by the drains works out to be 56.36 tons. Their waste of kitchens and bathrooms is sometimes directly thrown into the Dal Lake.

In Dal lake, they vie for the tourist’s attention with … Life on the picturesque Dal Lake has come to a standstill due to the nationwide coronavirus lockdown.

In the case of inorganic Nitrogen (NO3-N and NH3-N) these figures are 241.18 tons and 77.609 tons with a flow of 11.701 million m3/year. Shikara is a characteristic boat from Kashmir used to transport people and goods across the lakes in Kashmir. Today the lake is an important source for commercial operations in fishing and water plant harvesting and a famous tourist spot.

On one side of the Dal, so many hotels have beenbuilt. Ancient history records mention that a village named Isabar to the east of Dal Lake was the home of Goddess Durga. This place was known as Sureshwari on the bank of the lake which was sourced by a spring called Satadhara.