Lake Saif ul Malook is a celebrated visitor resort, surely understood for the related story of a Persian ruler Saif ul Malook. It is situated around 8 kilometers (5 miles) north from the town of Naran in northern finish of Kaghan Valley, in District Mansehra, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.
The lake with its great and hypnotizing common magnificence, wonderful environment and related story and history, pulls in a huge number of vacationers every year from all around the nation throughout the mid year.
The lake is additionally acclaimed for being natural surroundings of enormous size Brown Trout fish, which weigh as much as 7 kilograms. Lake Saif ul Malook likewise gives a magnificent perspective on Malika Parbat, which is the most astounding pinnacle of Kaghan Valley.
The best time to visit Lake Saif ul Malook is among May and the end July. It stays canvassed in snow during winter, and the way to the lake stays shut because of substantial snow fall.
Lake Saif ul Malook is one of the highest alpine lakes of Pakistan. It is located at an altitude of 3,224 meters (10, 578 feet) above sea level.
There are bunches of contentions about the profundity of Lake Saif ul Malook. Truth be told, there is no bona fide source to tell the definite profundity of lake. The neighborhood individuals of the valley state Lake Saif ul Malook is 1 kilometer down, some of them says it is 1.7 kilometers. Nonetheless, a group which as of late led a study on every high pool of Northern Areas of Pakistan told that the profundity of Lake Saif ul Malook is 50 feet.
In the event that we investigate figures given over, the one (50 feet) given by the group which directed study is by all accounts increasingly reasonable, as though we consider the topography of the territory encompassing the lake, it would be wonder of nature for a lake to be 1-1.7 kilometers deep at a height of 3 kilometers above ocean level.
Story of Lake Saif ul Malook:
The exemplary story of Lake Saif ul Malook is composed by Sufi artist Mian Muhammad Bakhsh. It is written as graceful sections.
The story is about a Persian sovereign named Saif ul Malook who experienced passionate feelings for a pixie named Badi ul Jamal (change in English: Glory of the moon), whom he found in his fantasies. The ruler accordingly begun his adventure to locate his cherished pixie Badi ul Jamal. He was dumbfounded in his anxious voyage until he met a Devish (blessed man), who revealed to him how he can discover her. Devish additionally disclosed to him that he needed to experience numerous tests before he could discover and wed Badi ul Jamal, in light of the fact that she was a pixie and ruler was human.
The sovereign at that point begins his voyage for the unimaginable for the sake of his adoration. The remainder of the story accounts the difficulties he looked during his adventure and the otherworldly exercises he learned on the