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Interesting Facts About Hyderabad :

Hyderabad city was founded by Sultan Muhammad Quli Qutb Shah on the banks of the river Musi, in the period 1951 AD. Earlier known as the capital of the state of Andhra Pradesh, Hyderabad has been announced as the capital of the state of Telangana from the year 2014. Located at an altitude of approximately 1778 ft, the hilly landform of Hyderabad is situated in the Deccan Plateau and has a hot, wet and dry climate. The rainy season commences in June and lasts till October, with temperatures ranging from 15 degree celcius to 40 degree celcius. It is generally cooler in the early mornings and the evenings, as the city is high above sea level. The best time to visit Hyderabad is during the winters which start somewhere in October and go on till Feb, after which the weather becomes warmer and unbearably hot in the month of May.

Identified as a city with a strong historical background and influenced heavily by muslim culture, one can admire the beautiful mosques, monuments, minarets, temples and several bazaars. The city boasts of lovely gardens and a rich legacy of arts, dance and craft. Most famous for its Hyderabadi cuisine, one can find small authentic joints dishing out mouth-watering food in the narrow by-lanes of this city along with the fancy restaurants. Handicrafts, textiles, gems and jewellery, especially pearls, are a few other things that one can enjoy and indulge in.
 
It is easy to travel around in Hyderabad over short distances, as one can avail of government owned services such as light railways and buses, as well as privately operated taxis, rickshaws and cars.

How to reach Hyderabad :    

By Bus - The huge, well-organised bus terminal is managed by Andhra Pradesh State Road Transport Corportaion (APSRTC) and one can choose from sleeper, deluxe, super deluxe, air-conditioned and Volvo buses that are operated by both state and private operators. This city is well connected to its neighbouring cities like Bengaluru, Chennai, Mumbai, Panaji, Kolkata, Aurangabad etc.

By Air – Situated 20 kms away from the city at Begumpet, the Rajiv Gandhi International Terminal is well-connected with major countries across the globe and also has a domestic terminal called NT Rama Rao, which is very well connected to most of the Indian cities.
 
By Train - The three major railheads - Hyderabad Railway Station, Secunderabad Railway Station and Kachiguda Railway Station connect major Indian cities like Bangalore, Chennai, New Delhi, Mumbai and Pune.

By Road – The Hyderabad roads are well-connected with national highways and flyovers and are in a very good condition. Hence several cities like Vijayawada, Pune, Mumbai, Chennai, Bengaluru etc. can be easily accessed.

Some Must Visit Attractions in Hyderabad:

Charminar - The Charminar, meaning ‘Four Minarets’, is practically synonymous with Hyderabad and is one of their most famous monuments. It was originally built as a mosque and later changed into a monument by the archaeological deparment. It has 45 prayer spaces and a mosque in it and the architectural splendor is worth a visit.
 
Golconda Fort - One of the most famous historical forts in India, this attraction is popular for its palaces, inventive water supply system, acoustics and the well-known Fateh Rahben gun which was one of the cannons used during Aurangzeb’s capture of the fort. In fact the sound and light show at the fort displays and effectively recounts the glorious past of the Golconda Fort and takes one back in time.

Chowmahalla Palace - This heritage building was built in several phases by the Nizams during the period 1857-1869. Housing four palaces in Mughal and European styles, the main palace is double storeyed with the others being single-storeyed. The Nizam entertained official guests and royal visitors here.

Mecca Masjid - One of the oldest mosques in the city, the construction of Mecca Masjid began in the year 1617 by Muhhamed Quli Qutub and was finished in 1694 by Mughal emperor Aurangzeb. This huge, impressive structure is made from granite and ten thousand worshippers can fit inside at the same time.

Hussainsagar Lake - The promenade at the lake is very popular for locals as well as tourists. Water sports and boating facilities like speed boats, motor boats, 48 seater launch etc. managed by AP Tourism is a big draw. Private parties and Starlit dinners can be arranged on board the launch. One of the world’s tallest, gigantic statues of the Buddha stands on the ‘Rock of Gibraltar’, in the middle of the lake. Also, there are plenty of entertainment options around the area.

Laad Bazaar - This popular, colourful shopping arcade is hidden away in the lanes of Old Hyderabad, not far from Charminar. Famous, traditional, glass and stone studded bangles of Hyderabad are found here alongwith bridal wear and pearls.

Birla Planetarium - First of its kind in the country, the Birla  Planetarium is equipped with advanced technology from Japan and the Science Museum is the outcome of advancement achieved by Science and Technology.

Hyderabad Botanical Garden - Open to the public after the 1st phase of completion, one can find several species of medicinal plants, fruit trees, aquatic plants and bamboos. The park has also been designed to contain large water bodies, rolling meadows, natural forests and some unique rock formations.

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Interesting Facts About Hyderabad :

Hyderabad city was founded by Sultan Muhammad Quli Qutb Shah on the banks of the river Musi, in the period 1951 AD. Earlier known as the capital of the state of Andhra Pradesh, Hyderabad has been announced as the capital of the state of Telangana from the year 2014. Located at an altitude of approximately 1778 ft, the hilly landform of Hyderabad is situated in the Deccan Plateau and has a hot, wet and dry climate. The rainy season commences in June and lasts till October, with temperatures ranging from 15 degree celcius to 40 degree celcius. It is generally cooler in the early mornings and the evenings, as the city is high above sea level. The best time to visit Hyderabad is during the winters which start somewhere in October and go on till Feb, after which the weather becomes warmer and unbearably hot in the month of May.

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