Hussain Sagar, a lake made by the Qutb Shahs, is one of the biggest unattached Buddha stone statues on the planet. The lake is a focal point of water sports, including parasailing, kayaking, paddle pontoon rides, kayaking, stream skiing, drifting, sailing, sailboat rides and even extravagance travels. The lake is a huge counterfeit lake that holds water lastingly, associating the twin urban areas, Hyderabad and Secunderabad.
Arranged in the core of Hyderabad city, Hussain Sagar Lake is one of the biggest artificial lakes in Asia. The starting point of Hussain Sagar Lake goes back to 1562, when it was based on the tributary of stream Musi by Sufi Saint Hussain Shah. The lake was worked to meet the water and water system necessities of the city. Till 1930, the lake was utilized for water system and drinking water prerequisites. An unmistakable place of interest, the lake associates the twin urban communities and in the lake’s inside is a stone monument statue of Lord Buddha weighing 350 tons, which is 16 meters tall and made of white rock. The lake which is simply 1.5 km from the city likewise has a bund developed on its banks to control the progression of water on the opposite side. Introduced in 1993, the lake is available through ships. This fake lake holds water forever.
Hussain Sagar is an open place that can be seen all the time. The best time is evenings i.e, from 5pm to 7pm, the best season is from June to February. Summer evenings will also be pleasant. You will also find parks and other tourist places around Husain sagar lake.