Rabindra Sarobar Lake is a man-made lake in south Kolkata, India.
The Calcutta Improvement Trust acquired 192 acres of marshy jungle to develop for residential use. The lake, which covers approximately 72 acres of the park space, was originally named Dhakuria Lake. In 1958, it was renamed after the writer and Nobel Laureate Rabindranath Tagore. There is a statue of Tagore at southern entrance to the park.
Some of the trees and shrubs surrounding the lake are over 100 years old.
There has been issues in recent years with pollutions levels in the lake but it is still a nice walk.