Bangalore’s major attraction, Lalbagh Botanical Garden will now be completely revamped as the Karnataka state government has decided to come up with a musical fountain and a rock garden at the park.
“A blueprint is being prepared to give a totally different look to Lalbagh on the lines of the botanical garden of Singapore. But, we will retain Lalbagh’s native originality, without disturbing the flora and fauna. It is estimated to cost Rs 65 crore approximately,” Horticulture Minister, Karnataka, Umesh Katti said.
The rock garden will feature several types of plants and trees from various parts of world and the attractive musical fountain expected to be built at the cost of Rs 35 crore will be the cynosure of all eyes and entertain the visitors. The proposed musical fountain will come up on the foot of the Kempe Gowda monolithic in front of the Cacti House inside the garden.
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