Indira Park is having 76 acres of area and it lies
on the lower Tank Bund road beside the Hussan Sagar. The foundation
stone for the Indira Park was laid during September 1975 by Late
Faqruddin Ahmed, the then president of India and it was open for the
public in the year 1978 with complete landscaping. It is named after
the former Prime Minister of India, Mrs. Indira Gandhi. It is one of
the oldest parks in the twin cities.
It is charming entertainment park for common people, school
children, families and also tourists as the landscaping of Indira
Park was very uniquely designed without disturbing the natural
elements existing in Park such as wild date palms, keuvda plantation
and Sandal wood trees and fruit plants like mango, kalajamun etc.
Several small stalls and stores stock cool drinks and snacks.
Covering acre after acre of lush vegetation, it makes a good picnic
and play spot. Later in 1994 Computerised Musical dancing fountain
and water falls, commercial nursery and rose garden are the added
attractions. Here boating facility is the main entertainment. The
park is also getting 25 lakhs (approx.) revenue per annum through
the entry fee, canteen, parking, boating pond and film shootings
If you are exploring Indira park, you must visit its nearby tourist
spots like Katta Maisamma Temple, which is very enchanting temple.