Kamla Nehru Prani Sangrahalaya or Indore Zoo is a zoological garden located in Navlakha, Indore is fully owned and managed by Indore Municipal Corporation. This is one of the largest zoological garden of the state and one of the oldest zoological parks of Madhya Pradesh.
Kamla Nehru prani sangrahlaya is one of the recognized zoo in India by Central Zoo Authority. The zoo has different varieties of animals and birds which have been brought from different parts of world. The zoo’s attempts to breed white tigers, royal Bengal tigers, Himalayan bear and white peacock have been successful. Indore zoo is also a center for reproduction, protection and exhibition of animals, plants and their habitats.
In 1974 the Indore zoo was established in Navlakha area in only 17 acres land, later on in the year 1999 adjoining 32 acres land of Quadibag was “Acquired” by the zoo. Present area of Indore zoo is 51.975 acres as per the approved master plan by CZA. Total area of Indore zoo is full of greenery where different variety of trees and other plants gives natural feeling of forest to the wild animals.