Loktak lake is a must visit place in Northeast India which is famous for the Phumdis (a floating surface which is the combination of soil, vegetation & organic matter). Located near the Moirang city of Manipur state, Loktak is the largest freshwater lake in the Northeast region of India.
Loktak lake has its own importance and play very important role in the economy of Manipur state. It is also famous for Parambassis waikhomi, the new glass fish species which was previously unknown to science. Accordingly to research published here, this glass fish species was found in Chindwin basin of the Loktak lake.
If you are planning a trip to Northeast region of India, this place is a must visit in the region.