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|Sanjeeva Reddy Nagar
సంజీవ రెడ్డి నగర్
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Sanjeeva Reddy Nagar (Telugu: సంజీవ రెడ్డి నగర్) or SR Nagar is predominantly a residential suburb in Hyderabad, India. It is close to Ameerpet, a commercial suburb. It is named after the sixth President of India, Neelam Sanjeeva Reddy.
The area is being a residential area has a good number of trees and good environment. SR Nagar almost joins with Sanathnagar, though it maintains a distinct culture. SR Nagar is a road junction connecting to the Bombay-Pune highway. Located here is the well known statue of Chadalavada Umesh Chandra, a famous police officer who lost his life here, gunned down in the street by Naxalite terrorists.
SR Nagar being predominantly a residential area has well planned roads and a good number of independent houses. Recently the real estate boom has caught up here with a growing number of apartments. The area also has recreational facilities such as playgrounds and a municipal park.
The cated in this suburb. Some popular restaurants have opened up recently here such as the Hyderabad House, Bowl O' China etc. A government owned TB and Chest Hospital is located here. A well known hospital called the Nature Cure Hospital is close by at Balkampet. Local shops providing groceries and bakeries are scattered all over this suburb. Reliance Fresh, a supermarket also has its outlet located here.
SR Nagar is a road junction connecting to the Bombay-Pune highway. The buses are run by APSRTC connect Sanjeeva Reddy Nagar with all parts of the city with good frequency. The closest MMTS Train station is half kilometer away at Nature Cure Hospital.
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