Sanjeevaiah Park is a public greenspace and park in the coronary heart of Hyderabad, India. Built on 92 acres along the banks of Hussain Sagar lake, the park is named after Damodaram Sanjivayya, an erstwhile Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh.The park is controlled by the Hyderabad Metropolitan Development Authority. The park received the Best Open Landscape Award at some stage in the 2010 Indian National Trust for Art and Cultural Heritage award presentations.
The park additionally homes the second one tallest Indian Flag. The Buddha Purnima Project Authority, an agency liable for the beautification and the maintenance of the regions surrounding the Hussain Sagar lake beneath Hyderabad Urban Development Authority, deliberate for several new leisure facilities for public get entry to in 2004. A 2.4 kilometres aerial tramway connecting this park to Lumbini Park, which is positioned on the alternative side of the Hussain Sagar lake, was planned.
Water sports, leisure park and water slides had been also the deliberate activities on the park. A few years later, this inspiration by way of BPPA to transform the park right into a recreational region turned into deemed to be harmful to the park's atmosphere. A examine carried out with the aid of the regional flora and fauna advisory board highlighted the want to defend the numerous species of flora and fauna inside the park.