Indira Gandhi Musical Fountain Park

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Time Required: 2 - 3 hrs


7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
Closed on Mondays and Second Tuesdays of every month

Entry Fee:

Adults: INR 10
Children between 6 and 12: INR 5

Indira Gandhi Musical Fountain Park, Bangalore Overview

Created in 1995 by B. N. A. Technology Consulting Limited, Hong Kong, Indira Gandhi Musical Fountain is probably the most technically advanced and one of the biggest artificially created fountains in India. Located on T. Chowdaiah Road, the enthralling fountain has been based on multimedia technology, MIDI interfaces and hardware architecture. The magnanimous fountains surrounded by pleasant lush gardens hosts two nightly light and sound shows per day. The show together with rhythmic dancing of the sparkling water is an enchanting site.

The landscaped park is maintained by the Department of Horticulture and includes a play garden for kids. The entrance also houses a dummy train engine in the honour of the then Chief Minister C. K. Jaffer Sharief, who then got the fountain constructed. All in all, the fountain park is an asset to not only Bangalore but all of India. It is believed that with very little modification, the park can surpass the techniques and designs of many foreign attractions.

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Spread over an area of 17 hectares, the park has a capacity of about 700 to a 1000 people. People gather in large numbers to view the spectacular fountain dance. With over 1000 nozzles, the fountain makes around 15 formations and 27 different combinations. The dance of water is synced with a huge screen in the backdrop that makes for a arresting visual presentation. The beginning and the end of the event have patriotic songs while the middle part is full of Hindi and Kannada fillers. The programme ends with thanks to the Indian Railway Board for making such a generous contribution.

Bicycle: INR 1,
Two wheelers: INR 2,
Cars: INR 5,
Matadors/ Vans: INR 10,
Mini Bus: INR 15,
Bus: INR 25

1. The shows happen in English and Kannada. Check at the ticket counter for suitable slots.
2. There is no cafeteria inside the park so we recommend you to carry your own water bottles.

The fountain park is located right opposite to the Jawaharlal Nehru planetarium on T. Chowdaiah Road. You can choose to take the metro and get down at the nearest Indranagar aka CMH Road metro station on the purple line. The park is around 6 kms away from the station; you can either take a local rickshaw or an auto. It can also easily be reached through booking a private taxi- cab. Alternatively, you can choose to travel in one of the public buses.

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Indira Gandhi Musical Fountain Park Reviews

1 month ago by beaulah sahana

Its an open area, carry an umbrella if you're suspecting the weather to turn grey, since visiting hours peak in the evenings. A great family hangout place. Also, remember to not litter the place. People tend to bring snacks available at the gate and leave the leftovers where they're sitting. Use the dustbins.

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