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Kasu Brahmananda Reddy National Park

Kasu Brahmananda Reddy National Park

Kasu Brahmananda Reddy National Park is a national park situated in Jubilee Hills in Hyderabad, Telangana, India. The recreation center has an inexact territory of 390-section of land. The recreation center likewise houses the well known Chiran Palace, a 24-section of land castle complex. It is found midway in Jubilee Hills and is depicted as a wilderness in the midst of the solid has numerous peacocks and different creatures. They are wild creatures.

Chiran Palace was inherent 1960. The whole castle complex is spread over a region of 400 section of land and was given to Prince Mukarram Jah on his crowning celebration by his dad Prince Azam Jah in 1967.

The complex has the royal residence what’s more it the other property incorporate Mor (peacock) home on a hillock, Gol Bungalow; stables for elephant, steeds and steers, engine khana that housed an armada of choice vintage autos, a workshop for substantial apparatus, petrol pump, a few toilets, two wells and an equivalent number of water tanks.

National park status:
The whole royal residence complex territory was pronounced as a National park by the Andhra Pradesh state government subsequent to getting consent from the focal government in the year 1998. This gave control of real part of the area to the timberland division and the Nizam was left with the control of just around 11 sections of land. As the time passed the control of the Nizam was further lessened to the present under six section of land. Further the recreation center was renamed to Kasu Brahmananda Reddy National Park with just the royal residence building being alluded to as Chiran castle.

In June 2010 the Prince and his agents achieved a concurrence with the state government to trade Chiran Palace and 16 different bits of his property scattered over the national park with six sections of land of arrive on the north-west corner of the recreation center. This area would not be viewed as the part of the National park and in this way won’t give access to woodland authorities and guests to the recreation center. Every one of the properties on the area, including the Chiran royal residence, would be told as a component of the national park and the area to be distributed to the ruler was struck out of the park.This understanding got the endorsement of The Indian Board of Wildlife, Supreme Court, and the focal government.

The Palace:
The Chiran Palace, not at all like alternate castles of the Nizam like Falaknuma or Chowmahalla, is a present day office intended to serve the necessities of the ruler. It is not a royal residence in the conventional feeling of the term. It is more similar to a major estate developed on 6,000 sq meters of area.

The duplex sort royal residence has two basements where the ruler had his pool room alongside a huge gathering corridor. The ground floor contains an ordnance lobby, two visitor rooms notwithstanding his office, place for guests, storeroom and kitchen and so on. The primary floor involves seven rooms where the Nizam lived with his wife and kids.

The Park:
The recreation center gives a phenomenal lung space and environment from the bustling city life and rising contamination levels. The recreation center has more than 600 types of vegetation, 140 types of flying creatures and 30 distinct assortments of butterflies and reptiles. A percentage of the creatures making their home in the recreation center include: pangolin, little Indian civet, peacock, wilderness feline and porcupines. There are few water bodies present in the recreation center giving the required dampness to the plants and extinguishing the thirst of feathered creatures and little creatures.

One can drive to KBR Park through closest MMTS station which is at Begumpet. It is situated in Jubilee Hills/Banjara Hills close Jubilee Hills Check Post. TDP Party house and LV Prasad Eye Hospital are the nearest historic points.

Section Fee:
Section expense for KBR Park is Rs20/ – for grown-ups and Rs10/ – for kids and it is open 5:30 or 6 to 10 am and 4 or 4:30 to 6 pm.

There are two approaches to appreciate the recreation center. One is by going inside the recreation center and the other is by strolling or circling the recreation center. The hours of operation for each of them are beneath :
Morning : 4:30am to 9am
Evening : 4:30pm to 9pm

Address: Near to LV Prasad Eye Hospital, Opp TDP Office, Road Number 2, Banjara Hills, Hyderabad, Telangana 500034
Phone: 040 2355 5463

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