Lotus Pond is a modest water body located on Banjara Hills in Hyderabad. The pond is enclosed by luxuriant green flora; the pond is about 1.2 km diameter. This pond is the home of about 20 species of birds. Some of the birds of this pond are common coot, common moorhen, little egret, little grebe, pied kingfisher, sunbirds, and white wagtail. The pond is being kept in good condition by the Municipal Corporation of Hyderabad.
The pond was believed to be an eco-preservation project contributing natural components into the concept of this project without troubling the ecosystem and preserving the natural rocks and the pond. The construction of the project was launched on 20 November, 1999. The project was finished in the year 2001.
People are allowed to visit this pond on all the days between 6 and 10 am, and 4 and 8 pm.