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Lumbini Park is a little open, urban stop of 7.5 sections of land (0.030 km2; 0.0117 sq mi) adjoining Hussain Sagar in Hyderabad, India. Since it is topographically situated in the focal point of the city and is in closeness to other vacation destinations, for example, Birla Mandir and Necklace Road, it draws in numerous guests consistently. Built in 1994, the recreation center is by and by being kept up by the Buddha Purnima Project Authority that capacities under the orders of the Government of Andhra Pradesh. In 2007, it was one of the objectives of the 25 August 2007 Hyderabad bombings that slaughtered 44 individuals.
In 1994, Lumbini Park was developed at an expense of INR 2.35 crores on 5 sections of land (0.020 km2; 0.0078 sq mi) of land nearby Hussain Sagar.
In 2000, the Buddha Purnima Project Authority (BPPA) was set up to keep up extraordinarily assigned advancement zones in Hyderabad. Among vacation destinations, for example, Necklace Road and NTR Gardens, Lumbini Park is being kept up by BPPA. To improve the inflow of guests, it built extra offices for laser assembly room, sculling offices among other outwardly engaging highlights, for example, greenery enclosures and melodic wellsprings.
In 2006, the recreation center was named as T. Anjaiah Lumbini Park out of appreciation for the late Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh.