Hyderabad’s New Panchatatva Park Has Acupressure Walkway & Therapeutic Concepts

by Sanjana Shenoy
by Sanjana Shenoy1999

The coronavirus pandemic has led to people rediscovering their roots. Millennials have taken to immunity-boosting drinks made from Indian spices, healthy ghar ka khaana is preferred over junk food, and the new mantra is all about staying healthy and fit. So, to give wings to your fitness dreams, Hyderabad now has a Panchatatva Park. This new theme park has an acupressure walking track. And it’s built along therapeutic concepts. Minister for Municipal Administration K.T. Rama Rao inaugurated the Panchatatva Park on November 15.

Panchatatva Park In Hyderabad Is Built Around Therapeutic Concepts

The next time you visit Hyderabad, the unique Panchatatva Park must be on your wishlist. Situated in a one-acre area within Indira Park, this place has an interesting acupressure walking track. The theme park opened its doors for visitors on November 15. It was built at a cost of ₹16 lakh. The Hindu reports that Panchatatva Park has 8 blocks. This includes the 20 mm stone, 10 mm stone, 6 mm chips, rough sand, tree bark, water, black soil and river stone.

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Acupressure Walkway, Medicinal Plants & Yoga Centre At Panchatatva Park To Encourage Healthy Habits Among Citizens

UBD Additional Commissioner V Krishna informed The New Indian Express that Panchatatva Park has walkways based on the 5 elements of nature- earth, water, air, fire and sky. This park shall also have a cycle track, open gym, food court, yoga centre, waterfalls, children’s play equipment, adventure zone and other facilities. According to TNIE, the GHMC has developed 17 such Panchatatva Parks. And all of them will be inaugurated soon. The parks will have feature specially designed to be therapeutic. These features include acupressure walkways, criss-cross walking, Raasivanam, infinity walk to control diabetes, water cascades and Navagrahavanam.

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According to GHMC Mayor Bonthu Rammohan, Pachatatva parks will help encourage healthy habits among citizens. These parks will provide both relaxation and good health for walkers. The 8-shaped walking track will have around 40 varieties of herbal and medicinal plants. The Hindu reports that GHMC officials state that the acupressure walking track will help senior citizens and people suffering from knee and joint pains. It will also help improve blood circulation and cure several ailments. Until you visit Panchatatva Park, go on a virtual tour of Hyderabad through this video below. 

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