also the localities.This place was launched sometime in the end of December 1995. This particular attraction has already managed to entice more than 40,000 local visitors and tourists.
Besides these, the Musical Fountains function even at Kalkaji which is situated at the South, the Janakpuri which is close to the South-West region, Pitampura situated at the North-West part of Delhi.
Apart from these it is also on in Netaji Nagar in the South, Punjabi Bagh situated in the North-West and Baldev Park which is on the edge of Trans Yamuna.
The idea behind these planned dancing springs is basically found on the most highly developed multimedia skill. This is where the computer plays an important role and has been extensively used to manage the succession of dance water jets, enlightenment and corresponding melody along with that.
The perfect harmonization of tune, radiance and dancing water spring outline create an unforgettable fantasy of folk or some sort of group dance.
Fountains that are situated at Netaji Nagar and Pitampura offer accommodation of 400 persons around the fountain. However, the one situated at Janakpuri provides seating facility for only 1000 persons.