Once renowned for the diamonds found on the southeast and cut in the city, at a time when India had the only known diamond mines in the world.
Falaknuma Palace literally means "Star of Heaven" in urdu designed by an Italian architect and laid out in the shape of a scorpion with ... More two stings spread out as wings on the north.
Salar Jung Musem is the 3rd largest museum in India and one of the largest one-man-collections in the world. Salar Jung Musem is a royal treat to the connoisseurs with a collection of over 43000 art objects, 9000 manuscripts and 47000 printed books, dating back to the 1st century.
Charminar is a mosque of the four minarets built by Muhammad Quli Qutb Shah in 1591 to commemorate the eradication of plague as well as in honour of his wife (said by some); shortly after he had shifted his capital from Golkonda to what now is known as Hyderabad.
Built its fortune on the trade of pearls, gold, steel, fabric and, above all, diamonds, which some believe remain hidden beneath the foundations of Golconda Fort, and having evolved into a cosmopolitan society due to the heavy presence of the Information technology Industry making it popularly known as 'Cyberabad'.
With ... More a rich history, culture and architecture representation, its unique character acts as a meeting point for North and South India.
Most of the area has a rocky terrain with temperatures in April and May rising to 40°C (104°F) but during the rest of the year the climate is temperate; with the coolest months being December and January.
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Secunderabad can be referred to as a twin city of Hyderabad, i.e. Andhra Pradesh’s capital. In spite of they being termed as ‘twins’, there is vast difference between the two,...