KBR National Park

Kasu Brahmanandha reddy National park is located in Jubliee Hills, Banjara Hills and Film Nagar in Hyderabad, Telangana, India.

The park has an approximate area of 390-acre (1.6 km2). The entire park was declared as a National park in the year 1998. It is located centrally in Jubilee Hills and is described as a jungle amidst the concrete jungle. It has peacocks and other animals.

Chiran Palace was built in 1940. The entire palace complex is spread over an area of 400 acre and was given to Prince Mukarram Jah on his coronation by his father Prince Azam Jah in 1967.

The complex has the palace and besides it the other property include Mor (peacock) bungalow on a hillock, Gol Bungalow; stables for elephant, horses and cattle, motor khana that housed a fleet of exquisite vintage cars, a workshop for heavy machinery, petrol pump, several outhouses, two wells and an equal number of water tanks.

The guests coming into the park can solely be allowed to steer on the selected pathways to check the flora and fauna of this park and revel in its wild. No vehicles are going to be allowed to maneuver within the park.

The park provides an excellent lung space and environment from the busy city life and rising pollution levels. The park has over 600 species of plant life, 140 species of birds and 30 different varieties of butterflies and reptiles. Some of the animals making their home in the park include: pangolin, small Indian civet, peacock, jungle cat and porcupines. There are few water bodies present in the park providing the needed moisture for the plants and quenching the thirst of birds and small animals.

One can commute to KBR Park through nearest MMTS station which is at Begumpet. It is located in Jubilee Hills/Banjara Hills near Jubilee Hills Check Post. TDP Party house and LV Prasad Eye Hospital are the closest landmarks.

The park is frequented in the evenings and weekends by young and old alike.

AddressOpp TDP Office, Road No 2, Banjara Hills, Hyderabad, Telangana 500034, India

Entry fee for KBR Park is Rs20/- for adults and Rs10/- for children 

KBR-National Park Timings
Summer (Morning) 5.00 AM to 9.30 AM
Summer (Evening) 4.00 PM to 6.30 PM
Winter & Rainy (Morning) 5.00 AM to 9.30 AM
Winter & Rainy (Evening) 4.00 PM to 6.00 PM

Source
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kasu_Brahmananda_Reddy_National_Park

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