Ganga Lake in Itanagar, the capital of Arunachal Pradesh is a place where tourists enjoy the magnificent works of nature. The lake was founded by Tai Bida when he went to search for his lost mithuns. Mithuns is a state animal of Arunachal Pradesh it is also known as Gayal. In Myanmar it is known as Mithun. Mithun is also a state animal of Nagaland. The Ganga Lake is also known as Gyakar Sinyi and the lake is located 46 kilometers approximately one and a half hours driving from Itanagar city. The Ganga Lake is surrounded by greenery and mountains and the view is scenic environment. Ganga Lake is the most visited tourist attraction in Itanagar, Arunachal Pradesh. Many visitors and tourists from different places visit Ganga Lake or Gyakar Sinyi to refresh their minds and for recreational activities and Ganga Lake is a perfect place for picnics. However, since Ganga Lake or Gyakar Sinyi has no connection to moving rivers or streams, you will notice its color to be green. Boating facilities are also available in this lake. The clear water body amidst primeval vegetation, forest trees, and orchids spellbind the travelers. The photographers will love this place because of the mesmerizing atmosphere that resembles a dense forest that offers stunning views and the views are to be captured in your camera and your memory for the rest of your life. The lake offers a perfect view for the photo lovers because the lake is still with no connection with moving water bodies, its color is green. Many mythological rumors about the Ganga Lake and its color are heard still. The Ganga Lake is surrounded by lush greenery and lofty mountains around; this lake is a must-visit place to spend a quiet afternoon amidst the hushed murmur of the breeze and warm sunlight. Ganga Lake is opened from morning 8:00 AM to evening 8:00 PM.