Siddharth Garden and Zoo: Nature's Haven in Aurangabad 

The Zoo was established in 1984 by the Aurangabad Municipal Corporation,  covering an area of about 34 acres.

Nestled in Aurangabad, Maharashtra, India, Siddharth Garden, blending a vibrant garden with diverse wildlife.

The zoo evolved with a focus on conservation and education.

Historical Roots and Expansion:  Initially 14 acres, the zoo expanded in the 1990s, aligning with conservation goals set by the Central Zoo Authority. It now houses big cats, and sambar.

Diverse Fauna and Aviary:  The Zoo is home to Jackals, Tigers, and an Aviary with painted storks, Emu, the zoo showcases wildlife diversity.

An aquarium adds to the captivating experience.

Cultural Significance: The Hyderabad Liberation War Museum and ........

a meditative Gautam Buddha statue enrich the zoo's cultural and historical appeal.

Educational Initiatives: Educational facilities like the 'Vasundhara' cinema theatre and Snake Park contribute to wildlife awareness. Ongoing developments align with conservation objectives

Visitor Experience and Facilities: With play areas, recreational activities and a waterfall, Siddharth Garden and Zoo offer a serene experience.

Siddharth Garden and Zoo, a vital attraction in Marathwada, blend nature, wildlife, and history. With a multifaceted experience, it leaves a lasting impression on visitors, promoting conservation and awareness.

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