Hussain Sagar Lake Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh, India

Inherent the sixteenth century, Hussain Sagar Lake with a 3 km long dam divider is the biggest artificial lake in Asia that join the twin cities Hyderabad and Secunderabad. Arranged around 3 km from the Hyderabad downtown area,  it was fabricated by Ibrahim Quli Qutub Shah in appreciation to Hussain Shah Wali, who had cured him from an illness. The tank, fed by streams beginning from the Musi River, supplies water to Hyderabad City. It is here Aurangzeb's strengths are said to have settled throughout their quest of Golconda. 

On the banks of the Hussain Sagar a water front or bund was developed to control the stream of water on the other side. The Tank Bund, as it is called is a top choice promenade for the city. The lake is utilized for fish culturing it accepts immense measures of modern pro fluent, horticultural waste and town sewage. Today the lake region involve parks, temples, statuary and so on.

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