Hyderabad: A City of Love, Culture, History, Tredition and Trade

                         The land where different cultures flourish together in perfect harmony making it one of the most enchanting places in the world. Hyderabad's warm hospitality, impressive monuments,
                         and technological progress will take you through an amazing journey of its glorious past and a spirited voyage into its promising future.

                         Hyderabad is the capital city of the state of Telangana and Andhra Pradesh of South India. Located on the Deccan Plateau, Hyderabad is the fifth largest city of India. The 400 year
                          old cityis located on the banks of the River Musi.

                         Hyderabad was founded by Muhammad Quli Qutab Shah, the fifth sovereign of the Qutab Shahi dynasty, in the year 1591. Initially, Golconda was the capital of the Qutab Shahi dynasty,
                         who ruled over Deccan during the period 1512 – 1687.

                         The name Hyderabad literally means ‘city of Hyder’ since it was named after Queen Hyder Mahal, wife of King Qutab Shah. With the help of Iranian architects, Hyderabad was erected
                         in a grid format. The city was modeled on the city of Isfahan of Iran. With the construction of Hyderabad city, it became the capital city of Qutb Shahi rulers.

                         The cultural facet of Hyderabad is distinctly different from the Telugu culture of the rest of Andhra Pradesh. Hyderabad has a rich Hyderabadi culture of its own, a blend of
                         Persian & Telugu cultures, which flourished under the reign of the Qutab Shahis.

                         Hyderabad is also known as the ‘City of Nizams’ since it was ruled for a long time by the Nizams. The Nizams of Hyderabad were famous as the wealthiest royals in the history of India.