Lonar lake is a lake of lagoon in Buldhana district of Maharashtra state. It was created due to a meteorite. It is the only major hoverback in the basalt rock. Its water is alkaline. Lonar Lake has been declared as Wildlife Sanctuary for the conservation and conservation of Lonar lake. There are temples around 1250 years ago. Of these, 15 temples are in reversal. The formation of the lake is believed to have been 52,000 ± 6,000 years ago. But in a research paper published in 2010, the age of the lake is estimated at 570,000 ± 47,000 years.Organizations such as the Smithsonian Institution, United States Geographic Survey in America and the Geological Society of India, Physical Research Laboratory of India have done a lot of research on this lake.
How to Reach:
The airport at Aurangabad is 140 kms away.
The nearest railway stations are Partur and Jalna.
Regular state transport buses are available from the bus station of Maharashtra State Road Transport Corporation.