The Lake is encompassed by the Aravalli slopes on the three sides and is congenial by a motorable street, Moti Magri which gives a delightful and charming perspective of the lake. A stone dam of 800 m length is located on the east side of the lake. Monsoon is the primary source of water this lake and three channels, one from Pichola Lake, second from the Madar Lake, and the last one from Badi Lake leads water to the Fateh Sagar Lake. Its 2800 feet long north east embankment has three names, The Pal, the Drive and the Connaught Bund. The establishment stone of the bank was laid by the Duke of Connaught (son of Her Majesty Queen Victoria). Consequently the name as Connaught Bund.
Fateh Sagar is the second drinking water source for the people of Udaipur. Fatehsagar is 2.4 km length, 1.6 km wide and 11.5 meter deep. It floods throughout rainy season (September) is a picturesque sight. The lake is rich with greenery like gliding macrophytes, the submerged macrophytes and the Phytoplanktons and fauna, for example, Zooplankton, Benthos and Fish. The financially worth fishes, for example, C. punctatus, C. reba, catla, L. calbasu, Channa marulius, Cirrhina mrigala, L. gonius, Labeo rohita, Tor khudree, and Wallago attu are accounted for to be find here.