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Kilikili has worked in collaboration with the Bruhat Bengaluru MahanagaraPaliketo make play spaces in three parks in Bangalore disabled-friendly.

M N Krishna Rao Park, Basavangudi

The third inclusive play space was inaugurated by Chamrajpet MLA HemchandraSagar on 13th Jan, 2010. The Municipal Commissioner, Mr. Bharat LalMeena, who was also present, instructed his officers from the Horticulture Department to make inclusiveness and accessibility a feature of all parks.

Developed with inputs from Kilikili, the M N Krishna Rao park has a wheelchair accessible play station with many fun elements such as sound rods, textured tiles, a bell, a steering wheel, knots and crosses and an abacus. There are also safe swings, a tyre tunnel, wheelchair merry-go-rounds, tyre swings, a Wheel-through arcade with pipes of different textures and width - all aimed at providing multi sensorial stimulation to all children. Kilikili conducts regular activities aimed at inclusion and integration with children of all abilities.



Gayatri Devi park, Rajajinagar

Following the success of Coles Park, two more projects were sanctioned in South and West Zone to be made disabled-friendly. Kilikili was invited to provide design inputs to the contractors associated with this project for the Gayatri Devi Park. The accessible play space was inaugurated by Mr Suresh Kumar, Minister for Parliamentary Affairs and Urban Development, Government of Karnataka, on 26 August 2009, who remarked,“As part of the government, we are called upon to undertake many kinds of development work. But that which has given me great happiness and satisfaction is what I saw today- the development of the second inclusive public play space in Bengaluru, made for special children by the BBMP,”

A unique play structure that is completely wheelchair accessible with a ramp, a merry-go-round and a slide has been constructed, along with other inclusive equipment such as wheelchair sand tables, safe swings, a sensory integration track, a tyre tunnel and an accessible basketball pole. Today, Kilikili conducts regular activities aimed at inclusion and integration with children of all abilities.


Coles Park

Coles Park, Fraser Town, Bangalore –Coles Park, an important public park in East Bangalore was our choice for the first project. In collaboration with the local Municipal Corporation, the play space in Coles Park was made more accessible.The inclusive play space was inaugurated by the Municipal Commissioner, BBMP, Mr K Jairaj on 6th December, 2006. The Commissioner promised to make one park in (the then) two more BBMP zones inclusive.

A ramp at the gate, pathways in the play area, safe swings, a wheelchair accessible sand table, a tyre tunnel were some of the innovations at the park. With damages to the equipment, the programmes at Coles park have been temporarily suspended and we are working with the BBMP to make the play space usable again.


Coles park is located in Fraser Town in Bangalore on Promenade Road. Map

What’s special about the play space in Coles park

  • It is India’s first inclusive public play space, modified in collaboration with the Municipal Corporation
  • There is a ramp at the main gate to facilitate entry.
  • There is a wheelchair track in the play space that allows easy movement for wheelchair users.
  • Regular play equipment such as swings and merry-go-rounds have been fitted with safe seats to make children without upper body support feel secure and safe.
  • The slide has a raised side to enable its use by children fearful of heights.
  • A wheelchair sandpit and a Sensory Integration track are being constructed.



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We welcome volunteers and schools who can help us enable more and more children with disabilities to make the most of this play space.

Please do contact:
Sudha Anand
ph : 9341341840, in case you would like to be associated with this project



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We need parents, schools and volunteers to help us get children to this play space. Please contact us at or call 98807 42028 to find out more.


For more information on Coles Park and how you can get involved, please contact us at

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For more information on Coles Park, download these papers:

Kilikili Coles Park Booklet (pdf, 4,500 kb)

Pamphlet on the developmental benefits of play (pdf, 147 kb)

Coles Park Equipment details pamphlet (pdf, 317 kb)

Coles Park Children Story (pdf, 198 kb)

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