The Pearl City

The blossoming pearl city of the Southern region of India, Hyderabad is sure to woo you with its captivating rich culture and royal history attached to it. Soak yourself with this lovely combination of thriving men and buzzing commerce, the congruent capital of Telangana is a terminus loved by humans who are keen to know the tales from the past.

This bussing town by the side of the Musi River in the Deccan plateau of Peninsular India is one of its kinds in the country. With its historic quarters and metropolis surroundings, Hyderabad is just an ideal location for one and all.

The potpourri of the old and the new was the seat of the Nawab’s in the past and is the 5th largest city in the nation with its raising graph to be the new information technology capital of the Indian region.

Well favored monument of ‘Char Minar’ is one charm that attracts the mass density of tourists to spend a few days and know the deep seated roots of this bewitching city of Hyderabad.


Hyderabad is a former princely state of southern India that was centered in the state of Andhra Pradesh formerly.

Hyderabad was founded by the Nizam - Al- Mulk, who was the intermittently viceroy of the Deccan region that is the peninsular India, under the the dynasty of the great Mughals who were ruling India from the year 1713 to the year 1721 and they gained the post again under the title Asaf Jah in the year 1724.

Later, he became independent and started the dynasty of the Nizams (kings) of the city of Hyderabad. The British men and the French people also participated in the battles of succession that led to his death in the year 1748.

Temporarily being on the side of Hyder Ali who was the ruler of Mysore region (now in the state of Karnataka) in the year 1767. Nizam Ali accepted the British rule in Hyderabad by the treaty named Masulipatam in the year 1768.

British men started to install the subsidiary forces and residence in the domains of the Nizams in the year 1788. It is then when Ali Khan lost his most of the territory of Berar to the Marathas. Later, when he turned to the French men, the British seek the opportunity and increased the number of subsidiary forces in the Nizam domain. In the year 1792 and 1799 the Nizam’s Territorial earnings was an ally to the British against the great Tipu Sultan so that the cost could be yielded.

In the year 1798, Nizam Ali khan was badly surrounded by the territories of his domain either in direct or in direct control of the British (except the left region). The Nizam was hence, forced to surrender his reign to the British, becoming the first king in India to do so. He was independent to make his decisions on the internal matters.

Nizam Ali Khan was an ally for the British at the time when the Maratha wars took place in the year 1803 to 1805 and later in 1817 to 1819. The nizam named Nazir – Al- Dawlha remained loyal to British army during the time of Indian mutiny in the year between the years 1857 to 1859.

When the independence of India was declared in the year 1947, the Nizam played with the very idea of declaring absolute independence in the state and later allowed the Islamic extremist groups to make their rule in the region and it was later the main reason of their downfall as a whole.

The government of India was not in favor of seeing an independent and possibly militant state that could be developed in the center of the Deccan region within the town of Hyderabad.

Later in the year 1953, the two states of Southern region named Tilangana and Andhra joined hands and turned out to be one state with the name Andhra Pradesh.

However, this region could not comply with the thoughts of each other and was again distributed in two halves in the year 2014 on the date of 2nd June officially by the government of India. The capital of both the states was yet not divided till the year 2016 and Hyderabad enjoyed the title of capital of both the southern states. But, in the year 2016 Andhra Pradesh picked beautiful Amravati as its new capital city.


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Hyderabad is a city of happy faces, Telugu culture, lakes, monuments, delicious cuisine, gardens and resorts. The capital of Telangana is a city with lights and heights of happiness rushing through all the faces visible under the sight. It is a perfect location for men and women who love the idea of travelling through the world and knowing about the past in, which our ancestors dwelled.

A city that is a concoction of the old stories and new living has variety of attractions for people to enjoy in the city. From places like Char Minar, Golconda fort and Chowmahalla palace to the modern day’s architecture that includes Ramoji Film city, Salar Jung Museum, Hussain Sagar Lake statue of Buddha and more.

Hyderabad is also most recognized worldwide for its real white pearls that are more beautiful than varied beauty from the world. The light weighted Pearl sets, earrings, bangles are sure to make you look beautiful in those white ornaments.


  • By Air

    Hyderabad has its own international Airport, Rajiv Gandhi International Airport that connects the city with various other international cities and town directly. However, if your country does not provide a direct flight to Hyderabad then you can get down at Chennai Airport (620 kilometers) or at Mumbai Airport (700 kilometers) and later take a bus, taxi or train to Hyderabad to enjoy the visit.

  • By Road

    Hyderabad being a metropolitan city has smooth roads to travel and enjoy a road trip from various cities. One can board a bus or hire a taxi to reach out to this lovely historic city of Hyderabad easily without any hassle.

    Distance Chart
    « Bangalore to Hyderabad – 569 kilometers
    « Mumbai to Hyderabad – 739 kilometers
    « Goa to Hyderabad – 642 kilometers
    « Pune to Hyderabad – 592 kilometers
    « Chennai to Hyderabad – 628 kilometers
    « Mahabaleshwar to Hyderabad – 625 kilometers

  • By Train

    The easiest way to travel across the country is via the medium of Railways as the train tract of this state is attached to various other cities in India. Not just in the southern region but also the northern region of the country is well connected to the capital city of Telangana, Hyderabad. The cities that are connected to New Delhi, Allahabad, Mumbai, Lucknow, Chennai, Bangalore, Amritsar, Pune, Kolkata and a few more.


A city like Hyderabad is sure to present you with various luxury, budget and deluxe hotels, inns and resorts as it is the Capital city of Telangana and also one of the most recognized cities in the southern region of India. The city is dotted with all kinds of stay you are looking for. The services that are provided in the hotels are fooding, laundry, pool, spa, gym, kids’ zone, dining area and more.


Ideal duration to spend in the city of Hyderabad is 2 days. As 2 days would be the best time to roam in the city with leisure time and understand the history and culture of the city and spend some amazing shopping session in the markets to make the trip worthwhile. However, if you wish to spend few more days in the city to understand it completely We the people of this country welcome you to spend as much time as you want and enjoy your trip to the fullest extent.


Shopping in the city like Hyderabad is a dream of people. The culture and traditions attached to the city is what makes the markets colorful and vibrant. Hyderabad is famous for ‘pearls’, hence, people from all across the nation come to buy the amazing pieces of white pearls at good prices. The spices and bangles of this city are also another top attraction of the markets in the city. Hyderabad will have your heart when it comes to traditional and indianite shopping sessions. Upgrade your wardrobe with some Indian stuff so as to stand out in public.



    Char Minar was constructed in the year 1591 and is a monument mosque that is situated in the middle of the city and has become a global icon from this city and people from across the world come to spend time and visit this iconic Muslim structure that was constructed in the late 15th century.

    The meaning of Char Minar is the four minarets and they are at the height of about 160’. It is situated in the midst of the most famous market of Hyderabad for pearl shopping and the name of the market is Laad Bazaar.


    This is a fort as old as 16th to 18th century and was once the kingdom of the Nizams and Nawabs that ruled the city throughout its span (Qutub shahi dynasty to be particular). This is another basic attraction in the city that could not be missed if planning a sightseeing tour in the city of Hyderabad. Golkonda fort is also known as gola konda, Golconda, gol konda also.

    This is the same fort that was once home to the pride of our nation that is Kohinoor diamond and various other diamonds that were unique in its existence. It was later plundered by the British men and was captured by them.


    Ramoji Film City is India’s largest film city and also world’s largest integrated film studio. It is a place that is most loved by people as it is a place that comprises of beauty of the world all at one place. Constructed by the Ramoji group this is spread in an area of about 2000 acres in the cityscape.

    The film city is dotted with various epitomes of monuments, hospitals, railway stations, airports and many such places to give a look of that while shooting a film or series. It also has views of different cities like Switzerland and Paris to make it look like the film is been shot in that international city.

    The film city also has attractions like laser show, water show, 7D shows and more to attract the tourists.


    The Salar Jung Museum is a recognized art museum that is located in the area of Darushifa that is on the southern banks of the Musi River flowing in the city of Hyderabad, the capital city of Telangana, India. It is also one of the three most popular National Museums in India and is visited by historical and art lovers to know more about the pre - historic era of Art and paintings.

    As Hyderabad is a city of Royalty this museum was once home to the paintings of Salar Junga family but is now converted into a museum and is open for one and all to enjoy its beauty.


    One of the most loved and visited place by the tourist in the city is this amazing place that is Hussain Sagar. It is a heart shaped lake in the city of Hyderabad, which was built by Ibrahim ‘Quli Qutub Shah’ in the year 1563. It is stretched across a vast area of about 5.7 square kilometers and it reaches out to meet River Musi.

    The Hussain Sagar Lake also has a huge Buddha Statue in the middle of it that attracts the tourist’s to Boat to the pavilion and prays to the god for prosperity and good health.

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