Osman Sagar famously known as Gandipet, is a supply in the Indian city of Hyderabad. The lake is around 46 km², and the repository is around 29 km².
Osman Sagar was made by damming the Musi River in 1920, to give an extra wellspring of drinking water for Hyderabad and to secure the city after the Great Musi Flood of 1908. It was developed amid the rule of the last Nizam of Hyderabad, Osman Ali Khan, subsequently its name.
A regal visitor house called Sagar Mahal, disregarding the lake and now a legacy building, was worked as a mid year resort of the last Nizam. Its area on the banks of the lake offers awesome perspectives. Telangana Tourism Department works a resort in the building. The breeze of the lake is exceptionally wonderful and has been famous with local people following the Nizam’s chance.
It is a prevalent traveler destination, particularly after the blustery season when the supply is full. Its parks, resorts, carnival are a noteworthy fascination. This lake had served drinking water for Hyderabad city however, because of expansion in populace, it is not adequate for water supply to Hyderabad city. Presently it is utilized for open amusement.