A place of pilgrimage in Kokāmukha (Kokamukha) region of Himālaya (Himalaya) Mountains. Five cataracts coming down from a mountain called Girikuñja (Girikunja) created the illusive water of this lake. Another opinion speaks of a place in Himālaya that, though home to non-Aryans, was located in the site of pilgrimage called Lohārgala (Lohargala) and as a result Agnisarovara that lay there came to be recognized as a holy place. The place called Lohārgala is commonly identified with the present day Lohaghat in Kumaon. Thus it appears that Agnisarovara was situated in the region of Kumaon.