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About Hyderabad City

Hyderabad is located in central Telangana and covers around 260 Kms of the area along the banks of the Musi river. The population of the city is estimated at over 7.75 million, which makes it the fourth most populous city. It lies in the Deccan plateau and rises to an average height of 536 m above the sea level.

Hyderabad was developed by Muhammad Quli Qutb Shah in the year 1591. It remained under his rule for almost a century, till before the Mughals seized the area. People of Hyderabad are generally called as Hyderabadi. Majority of the Hyderabadi population is comprised of Telugu people.

The origin of the city ‘Hyderabad’ was on the bank of Musi river which has now grown to both banks of the river.


Though a majority of the population is formed of Hindus, Muslims also have considerable presence within the city and are predominantly seen in and around the old city. Since many other communities have made Hyderabad their home, languages such as Marathi, Hindi, Tamil, Bengali etc. are also spoken. English is also spoken by most of the people in the city.


Hyderabad is famous for its architectural art. It is also known as the city of precious stones. It has many monuments which depict its architectural work. Culture of Hyderabad is also called as Hyderabadi Tehzeeb, which means that people of this city has a very polite way of communication. Main cuisines of Hyderabad include biryani. This city also has an abundance of white pearls. So, the jewellery made of white pearls is also famous out there. Perfumes in this city are made from natural fragrant materials like flowers, herbs, and spices, making it unique and organic. Bangles, Banjara embroidery, pochampally sarees, Gongura pickle are some of the other unique products of this city.

How to Visit Hyderabad?

One can reach Hyderabad through road, rail and air. Nearest airport i.e. Rajiv Gandhi International Airport in Hyderabad is just 8 km away from the main city, making the commute easier. Moreover, this city contains three main rail junctions namely; Hyderabad Railway Station, Secunderabad Railway Station and Kachiguda Railway Station. Roads are also well built and linked making the road travel convenient.

Places to Visit in Hyderabad

Hyderabad attracts lots of tourists because of its natural beauty and some monuments such as Charminar - which is considered as a fine example of Cazia style of architecture and is made of granite and lime-mortar, Birla Mandir- which is dedicated to Lord Venkateswara, Balaji Temple, Golconda Fort, Sagar lake, Falak Numa Palace, Jagannath Temple, Jama Masjid and many more.