The 90s kids are in for a treat. Wondering why? A Panchatantra themed park has opened in our city, and we cannot wait to say hello to the iconic monkey, crocodile, and stork. According to a report by The Hindu, tucked in the cosy bylanes of Journalists' Colony of Khajaguda, this park is ideal for school children. As a matter of fact, it has some cool activities lined up for kids. Along with a vast play area, it promises tales and fables from faraway lands in the form of text, audio and visual forms. To enhance the experience furthermore, the park has sculptures of classic Panchatantra characters. Woot, woot! Plus, there's a text board where kids can read around eleven stories. Although the text is in English now, soon Telugu and Urdu will be added.
The park has created storytelling arenas where teachers can don the role of Vishnu Sharma, who wrote Panchatantra and teach their children. As if it's not exciting enough already, there's a topical island zone where animal figures are created out of grass. If you are an adult accompanying kiddies, be sure to check out the vertical gardens, gravel pathways. But tell us, don't you secretly want to be a child too?