The Jadeja were identifiable Kutch leaders, and Hamirsar was Rao Khengarji's father and the creator of the Jadeja People tribe. Carrying out useful things for the people of Kutch, the Hamirsar Lake was designed with this in mind, since it would be a source of homegrown necessities for people, as well as a place for athletic activities. The summers in Kutch are hot and humid, and with the region's bone-dry climate, it's difficult to find anything good to grow, and Hamirsar Lake was the primary supply at the time, since it was a desert spring of vegetation with the surrounding mountains. Three feeders were thought to produce water gushing into this man-made river through a few ditches and channels. Since then, the lake has increased the availability of water assets, making Bhuj the capital of the Khengarji II Realm.
Hamirsar Lake has become a tourist attraction because of the area's breathtaking beauty and its many amenities—including hotels, resorts, spas, restaurants, markets and health clinics. Hamirsar Lake is a fantastic place to unwind on a warm evening. It's where people go to swim, sit beneath a tree and enjoy the water, and where many ladies do their shopping. The Aina Mahal and Praga Mahal, the Kutch Exhibition hall, the Ramkund Stepwell and Ram Dhun temple, the Swaminarayan Mandir, and the Alfred Secondary School are all located near the lake's eastern border, making strolling along the lake's edge an excellent way to travel from one location to the next.