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About Hyderabad - Telangana

About Hyderabad - An Introduction

Hyderabad, the capital city of Telangana is the sixth largest city of India. The city was founded by Muhammad Quli Qutb Shah, Sultan of the Qutb Shahi dynasty, in 1590. A multitude of influences have shaped the character of the city and today it is known as the city of pearls, lakes and lately, for IT Companies. Its palaces and buildings, houses and tenements, gardens and streets have a history and an architectural individuality of their own.

The city has always been a place for all religions especially Hindus and Muslims. Its rich history and multilingual culture attracts thousands of visitors from all over the globe to discover the real episode prevailing in Hyderabad. The city offers a captivating combination of tradition and trend to the tourists and travelers. It is most famous for its charming minarets - Charminar. The city is often identified with the majestic Charminar which stands at the center of the old city. The city offers the colorful shops of Ladbazaar with its glittering traditional bangles. It has been transformed to an IT hub of the country and stepping forth to become a global destination in this field.

Despite its newfound attractiveness as a business destination, Hyderabad is also a hot destination for education owing to the presence of several institutions of national and international importance. The rapid economy and industrial growth of the city has changed the lifestyle of the people making Hyderabad a city of bliss. The “twin cities” of Hyderabad and Secunderabad are gaining tremendous success in many fronts. A delightfully elegant disposition, a marvel of technological progress or a city with quite some tradition - Hyderabad is really all of these and more to discover.


How to Reach Hyderabad:
By Air : Hyderabad  has an international airport, which is 25 kms away.
By Rail : The nearest railway station is Kachiguda, which is 3 kms.
By Road : Hyderabad is well connected by APSRTC & Private bus services. It is connected to all major cities nearby  such as Rajamundry, Vijawada, Bhopal and Vishakhapatnam .

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