The Charminar is a square structure with each side 20 meters (approximately 66 feet) long, with four grand arches each facing a fundamental point that open into four streets. Real to the emperior, the city started into a functionality of two cultures. In 1591 while installing the foundation of Charminar, Quli prayed: Oh God, provide unto this city peacefulness and success. At each corner stands an exquisitely shaped minaret, 56 meters (approximately 184 feet) high with a double balcony. Each minaret is crowned by a bulbous dome with dainty petal like designs at the base. Unlike the Taj Mahal, Charminar's four fluted minarets are built into the main structure. There are 149 winding steps to reach the upper floor.It is considered there is an undercover tunnel linking Golkonda to the Charminar, to allow the Qutb Shahi vips to break free during difficulty. The actual position of the tunnel is mysterious.


Salar Jung Museum

The Salar Jung Museum was established in 1951. The major portion of the collection of the museum was acquired by Mir Yousuf Ali Khan, popularly known as Salar Jung III. In the absence of any direct descendants of Salar Jung III, the Government of India appointed a Committee to administer the Salar Jung Estate. Later on with the idea of perpetuating his name, the Salar Jung Museum was brought into existence on 16th December, 1951 in Diwan Deodi, the residential palace of Salar Jung III and opened to the public by Pandit Jawarharlal Nehru, the then Prime Minister of India. In 1958, There after the Museum continued to be administered by the Ministry of Scientific Research and Cultural Affairs, Government of India till 1961. In 1961, through an Act of Parliament, the Salar Jung Museum along with its library was declared as an “Institution of National Importance”.


Mecca Masjid

Mecca Masjid: The biggest historical mosque in the southern region, located near charminar, it was built by the 6th Qutb Shahi king in 1614 and completing variations included by the Mughal king Aurangazeb. The wonderful mosque can provide at time, nearly 10,000 individuals for providing desires. Star has it that some stones introduced from the holy City Makkah-E-Mukarramah were used in the development of the central arch of this mosque. Mecca Masjid is said to be one of the most wonderful and biggest Mosques of India. Mecca Masjid can provide around 10,000 worshippers at once.


Golkonda Fort

The 13th century Golkonda Fort was built by the Kakatiyas. The Kakatiya’s ascent to power can be traced to the reign of the Western Chalukyas. Kakartya Gundyana, a subordinate of the Eastern Chalukyan monarch, Amma II (945 CE-970 CE), established the Kakatiya dynasty. The dynasty’s name comes either from its association with a town known as Kakatipura (since the kings bore the title “Kakatipuravallabha”) or from their worship of a goddess called Kakati. A temple dedicated to goddess Kakatamma exists in Warangal so Kakatipura could be another name for Warangal itself. Kakatiyas’ ancestors belonged to the Durjaya family. In the 16th century, Golkonda was the capital city of the Qutb Shahi kingdom, near Hyderabad. There is sound and light show present at 7pm every day which relives the magnificence


Qutub Shahi Tombs

The Qutub Shahi Tombs: The tombs differ in size but all are comparable to each other in architectural grandeur and beauty. Ironically, one of the most modest of these tombs belong to the Qutub Shahi dynasty founder, Sultan Quli Qutub-ul-Mulk. He built his tomb himself and it is just marked by simplicity and design symmetry, standing on a platform 30 meters on each side. From the plinth, the walls and the dome measure 12 meters while the ramparts have four Bahmani-style bouquets on each side of the tomb. Inside, the shape is octagonal with each side having a width of as much as 10 meters. Quli Qutub-ul-Mulk’s son’s tomb, Sultan Jamsheed Quli Qutub Shah, is also quite modest although extremely imposing, as it is standing on a high quadrangular platform. Among all the royal tombs, it is the only one that does not use black basalt in its construction. 7 Tombs or Qutub Shahi Tombs is open for the tourists from 9AM to 5PM.


Salar Jung Museum

Chowmahalla Palace: Chowmahalla Palace is near the Charminar. It comprises of four palaces. The Asif Jahi dynasty made this palace as their seat. The official guests as well as royal visitors were entertained here. The heart of the Chowmahalla Palace is called Khilwat Mubarak, and houses the Clock Tower, Council Hall and Roshan Bungalow. Roshan Bungalow was named after the sixth Nizam’s mother, Roshan Begum. The palace was restored and opened to public in January 2005. After five years of documentation and restoration work, the first courtyard regained its former glory. Don't forget to visit Chowmahalla Palace when you are on your hyderabad tour. The chowmahalla palace is closed on friday.


Birla Temple

The temple is built on a 280 feet (85 m) high hillock called the Naubath Pahad on a 13 acres (53,000 m2) plot. The construction took 10 years and was consecrated in 1976 by Swami Ranganathananda of Ramakrishna Mission. The temple does not have traditional bells, as Swamiji wished that the temple atmosphere should be conducive for meditation.This temple is one of the most important religious place in India, B. M. Birla Science Museum is an Indian science museum located in Hyderabad, India. Constructed by civil engineer Mr. P. A. Singaravelu, it comprises a planetarium, museum, science center, art gallery as well as a dinosaurium.[1] The museum itself was the second phase of the science center when it opened in 1990.


Snow World

Its indeed a wonder world in India, the indoor area filled with plenty Of Snow which is produced using state of the art technology, the snow is as natural as found in nature. It has largest snow area of 17000 sft, Once you enter, the huge snow filled area with -5* Centigrade Oh! What a fun to have this chilling experience. Its thrilling environment with Polar Bears, penguins, Alpine Trees will leave you spellbound. What’s More, you have the (Igloo) too. The Cryozone of Snow World consisting of kids Snow play area, Snow slide, Snow Merry-Go-Round, Snow sculptures, snow basket ball, Snow Mountain,Snow valley Ball, Snow Dancing, Ice Hotel etc and snow fall in every session, that will take you breath away, yes, because its Snow all the way.


Hussain Sagar Lake

Hussain sagar Lake: Excavated in 1562 A.D. by Hussain Shah Wali during the time of Ibrahim Quli Qutb Shah, the lake has a viewpoint that is a fast paced thoroughfare these days. Enjoying Boating and water sports are a regular feature in the Hussainsagar. One of the world's highest monolithic sculptures of the Buddha appears on the ‘Rock of Gibraltar’, in the middle of the lake. Included to all these, AP Tourism has additional boating facilities like speed boats, motor boats, 48 seater launch etc. Starlit dinner on-board and private parties also can be arranged on the Launch


Ramoji Film City

Ramoji Film City – A unique corporate rendezvous, where the carpet beneath your feet is over 2000 acres, and the ceiling – an unending vastness. A setting spun amidst the ethereal beauty of nature and man-made wonders. Ramoji Film City is 30(Appox) kilometers away from Hyderabad City, a destination that truly inspires one to think different. A concept that’s informal, yet, exclusive. One that fosters creativity and encourages imagination. So, be it a conference, a corporate get-together, a seminar, a training Programme, a convention or a business meets, the awe-inspiring Ramoji Film City will bring the best out of it.


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