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Worked in the sixteenth century, the lake was named to offer the thanks of Ibrahim Quli Qutub Shah to Hussain Shah Wali who helped him to recoup from disease. It is a rambling counterfeit lake that holds water perpetually, worked amid the rule of Ibrahim Qutub Shah, over a tributary of the waterway mouse in 1562. Connecting the twin urban communities of Hyderabad and Secunderabad, the lake and its environs have a few parks and beautiful spots. The wide street on the tank band is fixed with yards, and statues of 33 renowned identities of the state (which are currently incompletely pulverized)
Remain along the Bund. The lake was infamous as a suicide area. This has lessened over the most recent couple of decades, conceivably because of the exacerbating water quality.
The lovely, well-spread out Lumbini Park, some portion of the Buddha Purnima venture, has a melodic wellspring. The lake is included on one side by the Lumbini entertainment mecca. There is the captivating Birla Mandir slashed on a hillock close-by. Remaining on the Tank Bund during the evening, one is speechless to see the flickering column of lights illustrating the lake that resembles "a jewel studded accessory". This is the accessory street intended to improve the excellence of Hussain Sagar.
In 2006, the recreation center was named as T. Anjaiah Lumbini Park to pay tribute to the late Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh