Area under Water
: 1365 ha.
: Perspective plan being formulated
Situated in the Ropar distrinct, Ropar Lake was the subject of a 1994
publication by WWF-India as part of their series on Ramsar Sites of
India. It serves as an important habitat for some threatened species in
the Shivalik foothills like scaly ant eater, python etc. It is also an
important staging ground for migratory waterfowl.
It helps in protection from floods and also improvement of water
quality. Apart from providing protection from floods and enhancing water
quality, it plays a signifi cant hydrological role in charging the