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Indira Gandhi Musical Fountain is situated at T. Chowdaiah Road, Opposite to Planetarium, it begins in 1995. It is the most technically. Indira Gandhi Musical Fountain, the first computerized fountain in India situated opposite to the Jawaharlal Nehru Planetarium was inaugurated in 1995. Located in the heart of the city on the Raj Bhavan road in the old LRDE Complex and spreading over an area of 17 acres, it is one of the main tourist attractions in Bangalore. Based on the latest multimedia technology and fitted with 1000 nozzles, it has 15 formations and 27 combinations of fountains on a bed area of 30 meters by 10 meters. With a seating capacity of about 700 to 1000 people, On an average, about 500 people visit on Saturdays and Sundays. April and May see the most number of visitors. The laser show is an additional attraction. The visual delight of the light and sound show together with the synchronized rhythmic dancing of the fountains provides high versatility in programming as well as in playback to various Indian and Western musical themes. The distinct patterns formed by the musical fountain are projected onto a big screen using a twin projector. The laser show is also performed here, which adds glamour to the musical fountain.