Lacha

The following article is from The Great Soviet Encyclopedia (1979). It might be outdated or ideologically biased.

Lacha

 

a lake at the source of the Onega River, in Arkhangelsk Oblast, RSFSR. Area, 334 sq km. It is a shallow lake with a maximum depth of approximately 5.4 m; it has a silty peat bottom and swampy shores. Lake Lacha freezes over from November to May. Several rivers, including the Svid’, Kovzha, and Lekshma, empty into Lake Lacha. The Onega River originates from the lake. The lake is navigable.

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Last but not the least if you are a foodie and not really bothered about the calories, have it with crispy Lacha Parathas.
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Alleles A and B are present in almost all the investigated breeds, whereas allele C is rather rare and confined to specific breeds such as Tajik, Merinoland, Lacha and Carranzana (Aliev and Koloteva, 1975; Calavia and Burgos, 1998; Erhardt, 1998).
Speak of the Devil by Lacha' M Scott (Urban Christian Books).
With the soft lacha paratha, it was indeed a treat.