A Glimpse Hyderabad, Telangana Then and Now.

A Glimpse Hyderabad, Telangana Then and Now.

Facts in History of Hyderabad.

1856 – First Post office
1871 – Singareni collieries
1876 – Printing Press
1885 – Telecommunications
1910 – Hyderabad electricity board
1921 – Chemical Laboratory
1942 – Hyderabad State Bank
1943 – Praga Tool

1873 – Spinning Mills
1878 – Pirani Factory
1910 – Soda Factory, Iron Factory,
Deccan Button Factory
1912 – Distilleries, Iron foundry
1913 – Bone Factory
1919 – VST

1927 – Deccan Glass Factory
1929 – GBR Mills, Ram Gopal Cotton Mills
1931 – Azam Jahi Mills
1932 – Hyderabad Steel and World LTD
1933 – Kohinoor Glass factory
1936 – Indian Hume Pipe Company LTD, The
Taj clay works ltd
1937 – Nizam Sugar Factory
1939 – Sirpur Paper Mill
1940 – Taj Glass works (Sanathnagar)
1941 – Golconda Cigarette Factory

1946 – Sursilk, Hyderabad Asbestos
1947 – Hyderabad Lamination Products,
Hyderabad Soap Factory, Deccan Chemical
Works, Zinda Tilismat, The Baba water
Manufacturing Ltd, VasuDeva Ayurvedic
pharmacy Ltd,
Deccan Potteries and Enamel World Ltd,
Charminar Potteries

Hyderabad using electricity from 1910. There was a Thermal plant near Hussainsagar which
was sold in the period of NTR for 6 crores

1813 – Hyderabad Public School
1854 – Darul uloom Oriental School, College
1856 – Darul uloom School
1869 – Hyderabad Civil engineering college
1872 – Chaderghar School
1879 – Mufidul Anam School
1881 – Chaderghat First Grade College
1882 – Mahboob College
1884 – Secundrabad Mahboob College
1874 – Nizam College
1887 – Naam Pallui Girls School
1890 – Warangal Telgu School
1894 – Asfiya School, Medical College
1899 – Law school
1904 – Viveka Vardhini School
1920 – City College, Osmania University
1921 – Osmania Medical College
1923 – Hyderabad Public School
1924 – Marwadi Hindi Vidyalay
1926 – Hindi Vidyalayam, Secunderabad
1930 – Physical Education College
1946 – Veterinary Sc. College,
Koti Womens college,
Nampally Womens college

1834 – First English Public School
1835 – Roman Cathelic School
All saints and Rosery convent school
1850 – St Francis school
1861 – St Anns school

1630 – Hakeem Nizamuddin Clinic
1916 – St William bradford Hospitals
1880 – Darul Shifa hospital

1851 – Kind Edward Memorial Hospital KEM hosp now Gandhi hosp
1866 – Afzalgunj Hospital now Osmania hosp
1889 – jajji khana -> Queen Victoria zanana hosp-> GMH govt maternity hosp -> shifted to petla burj
1890 – Ayurveda Unani Hospital
1894 – Medical College
1897 – Erragadda Mental Hospital
1916 – Homeopati College
1927 – Charminar Unani Ayurved Hospital
1925 – Nilofer Hospital
1926 – Osmania Medical college,
Victoria Zanana And Children,
Maternity Hospital, Quarantine (Korenty) hospital or fever hosp now communicable diseases hosp.
Nizam Orthopedic Hospital.

The seventh Nizam Mir Osman Ali Khan of hyderabad state was made the *RAJ-PRAMUKH* equivalent to present Governor,the Head of the state of erstwhile HYDERABAD after the Nizams kingdom joined the Indian Union by the then govt Of India .

India got electricity when hyderabad used it 15 years before.

It was only 7th Nizam Mir Osman Ali Khan of hyderabad state who gave seven lorries of gold to indian government at the time of India china war.

No one have developed hyderabad it is already developed before india got independent…

and

British rule all over India except Nizam State.

Now Hyderabad is in Telangana State as it’s capital.