Bewitching palaces , timeless corridors, fairy-tale courtyards and whispering water ways.
To spend time in Hyderabad is to relive an age gone by .Hyderabad is much more than a picture post card setting. A city of subtle contrasts everyway you look at it. It is here that orient and the occident meet, the pre-modern and the modern co-mingle, palatial buildings and slums co-exists. In this history page we bring you every month a historical place of Hyderabad. In our maiden issue we start off with Hyderabad--The city where east meets west in Indian cultures.
Hyderabad is an important center for Islamic culture and is a central Indian
counter part of Munhall splendors of Delhi,Agraand Fatehpur Sikri of North
Hyderabad became the
capital of the newly formed state of Andhra Pradesh in
1956. Located 650mts above sea level, the physiography
of the city is dominated by hills, tanks, forests and
rock formations. The city is strategically located on
the Indian map blending the cultures of North and South
India, National Highway No.7 and 9 passing through it.
It is a city of cosmopolitan character embracing people
of different religions, languages and races..
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