Kishkinta

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Kishkinta
LocationChennai, Tamil Nadu, India
OpenedAugust 1995 (1995-08)

Coordinates: 12°56′21″N 80°04′40″E / 12.93914°N 80.07785°E / 12.93914; 80.07785

Train in Kiskinta

Kishkinta is a theme park located in Chennai, India. Kishkinta Theme Park is located near Vandalur Railway station which has a serene atmosphere, 13 km south of Anakaputhur. It was founded by Navodaya Appachan, the owner of Navodaya Studio. This Park is spread across 120 acres of vast area with a scenic landscape, bushes, fountains, decorations and designs. Along with these, the park has various entertainment places of Wave pools, water ridings, roller coasters, toy trains etc. especially for children who visits for picnics. It is named after the fabled simian kingdom in the epic – Ramayana.

Controversies[edit]

Due to lack of proficient engineers for inspection and analysis, Kishkinta ride quality checks are done by amateurs and for weight test laborers are forced to participate. One such incident resulted in the death of a young laborer.[1][2]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "Kishkinta theme park accident: Workers wanted to get off, but no one listened". indianexpress.com. 13 May 2016. Retrieved 21 March 2018.
  2. ^ "Caught on camera: Giant Wheel collapses in Chennai theme park". deccanchronicle.com. 13 May 2016. Retrieved 21 March 2018.