Sambhar Salt Lake
- It is India’s largest inland salt lake in Rajasthan.
- It is spread mostly across Jaipur and Nagaur districts and also a part of Ajmer.
- It has a catchment area of 5,700 square km, with the water depth fluctuating between 60 cm in the dry season to about 3 metres at the end of the monsoon.
- The lake receives water from five rivers, Medtha, Samaod, Mantha, Rupangarh, Khari and Khandela.
- It is the source of most of Rajasthan’s salt production.