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Chowmahallah Palace – A Reminder Of The Glorious Nizam Era

One look at the splendid Chowmahallah palace, and you’ll be transported back in time. As one among the most ancient heritage buildings still existing in Hyderabad, the Chowmahalla Palace complex is a must see for anyone visiting the city of the Nizams. Built by the Asaf Jahi dynasty over 2 centuries ago, it is unique

Qutub Shahi Tombs – Oldest Pieces of Hyderabadi History

A kilometer away from the Golconda Fort, off the Banjara Darwaza to the north lie the tombs of the seven Qutub Shahi rulers of Deccan, inside the landscaped gardens of Ibrahim Bagh. Almost everyone who grew up in Hyderabad has been to these tombs, popularly known as the Seven Tombs, at least once with the

Hussain Sagar Lake – Tank Bund and Necklace Road

The famous Hussain Sagar Lake is held back on the eastern side by the Tank Bund Road which helps connect Hyderabad to Secunderabad. The other sides are covered by the Necklace Road, which runs around the lake. It looks like a necklace from the sky, hence the name. Built across a tributary of the river Musi, the Hussain

Hyderabad- The Modern IT Hub-(HITEC CITY)

Hyderabad, the traditional city of the Nizams, has over the past decade or two turned into a prominent information Technology (IT) hub, so much so that many now refer to it as ‘Cyberabad’. Hyderabad has in fact also been dubbed as the Silicon Valley of India, as more and more firms set up their operations

Salar Jung Museum, Darushifa, Hyderabad, Telangana

  The Salar Jung Museum is the largest one-man collection of antiques in the world. It is the third largest museum in India well known for its prized collections belonging to various civilizations harking back to the 1st century. Situated on the southern bank of the Musi river, the museum is not far from the