Kempambudhi Lake
Bengaluru, Karnataka

About The Lake

Kempambudhi Kere is situated behind Jinke Park, Chamrajpet, Bengaluru and is spread across 47 acres. Kempe Gowda I (1513-1569), the Vijayanagara kingdom chieftain who is credited with the founding of Bengaluru, built the lake for his family deity Kempamma in the 16th century. Some sources say Kempambudhi is the first lake in the Vrishabhavati stream series. The lake was once the life of Old Bengaluru (Chamarajapete and Basavanagudi) from where the city flourished.

Custodianship:
Lake Amenities:
  • Toilet
  • Benches
  • Yoga Platform
  • Walk Path
Geography

Area: 31 Acres 13 Guntas
Zone: Mahadevpura Zone

Scope for development:

  • Pump
  • Overhead Tank
  • Irrigation Line
  • Natural Wetland
  • Floating Islands
Interventions

BBMP:

  • Fence
  • Toilet
  • Desilting
  • Sewage Diversion
  • Yoga Platform
  • Silt Trap
  • Bund formation
  • Waste weir
  • Security Cabin
  • Benches
  • Bund Revetment
  • Walk Path

UWBe With Community

(Intervention Period: 2016-2019)
  • Enriching Biodiversity
  • Lake Maintenance
  • Children Play Area
  • Benches
  • Dustbins
  • Bird Pitchers
  • Labour Shed
  • Moolika Vana
  • Toilet Maintenance

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