Ranisar Lake and Padamsar Lakes are two adjacent lakes of Jodhpur which is about 5kms from the city center. These lakes were built five hundred years ago for natural water conservation and rarely run out of water in this parched landscape. Ranisar lake, situated near Fateh Pole in Mehrangarh was built in 1459 by Queen Jasmade Hadi, Rao Jodha's wife and Padmasar was made by Queen Padmini of Rao Ganga, daughter of Rana Sanga of Mewar.
The clear waters have been preserved and maintained for centuries, providing a serene vibe and an almost same reflection of the grand castle on its floor. The improvement of the 2 lakes become commissioned by using two one-of-a-kind queens within the fifteenth century. Ranisar lake became made on the orders of Queen Jasmade Hadi, wife of Rao Jodha, the founding father of Jodhpur.
Padamsar lake become created by way of Queen Padmini, the daughter of Rana Sanga of Mewar. These lakes had been built to preserve water within the barren region vicinity, serving as outstanding examples of the age-old subculture of royal women being in rate of overseeing the general public water structures. They constitute the conventional water storage structures which are ever gift for the duration of this region. They are considered a steady supply of water inside the town.