Saturday, 28 July 2012

Hyderabad Airline Details

Hyderabad city from Nawabs and pearls to the world of today's hi-tech happening point, the city's journey is fascinating. The Qutb Shahi dynasty founded the Kingdom of Golconda,  which is one of the five kingdoms that arise after the break up of the Bahamani Kingdom. The king Qutb Shahis ruled the Deccan for almost 171 years. All the seven rulers which rule over Hyderabad were patrons of learning and were great builders. They all contributed to the growth and development of Indo-Islamic and Indo-Persian culture and literature in Hyderabad.

The story of the city comes alive through it’s fascinating and numerous forts, temples , mosques and museums – Places which are a MUST visit are the following:
Charminar was built in 1591 by Muhammed Quli Qutub Shah as a good luck to stop a deadly epidemic. The Charminar offers a panoramic magnificent  view of the city from its four minarets that are about 49 m high. This beautiful structure of the city was built, in an Arabic style of architecture, with mortar and lime. Inside the Charminar is a mosque and temple is at the base of one of its minars.
Timings: 9.00 am - 5.30 pm (Open all days)
Entry Fee: Rs. 5 for Indian Nationals, Rs. 100 for Foreign Nationals.

Qutub Shahi Tombs
Nowhere in the world history has an entire dynasty of rulers, been concealed at a single place other than the Qutub Shahi Tombs. Just a few km away from the Golconda Fort. The tombs were
commissioned and designed by the Qutub Shahi rulers themselves. It was built in an Indo-Persian style, the architecture have a square base with domes that have pointed arches.
Timings: 9.30 am - 6.30 pm
Entry Fee: Rs. 10 to 20 for Indian Nationals, Rs. 100 for Foreign Nationals

To see all the above beautiful places, You can reach Hyderabad city by several means of transportation including railways, roads and airways. But the fastest means of transport is by air. You can check for best places to stay i.e.  Hotels in Hyderabad here.

Some flights which fly from Hyderabad are given below, return flight is also available.
  • Hyderabad Goa Flights (Domestic flight). 
  • Goa Hyderabad Flights (Domestic flight).
You can also reach Hyderabad by railway the second best transportation. Secunderabad Railway Station, also known as Secunderabad Junction, is a  major commuter rail hub and a intercity rail station in the Hyderabad Urban Area. The station is at a distance of 23 km or 45 minutes’ drive from HICC-HITEX Complex. The station building resembles a fort and is one of the tourist attractions in the twin cities of Hyderabad and Secunderabad. The station is well connected by rail to all parts of India. Daily over 190 trains arrive at, or depart from, the station, transporting over one hundred thousand passengers to their destinations across the country. The station is almost connected to all the parts of the twin cities i.e. Hyderabad and Secunderabad.

Wednesday, 25 July 2012

Hyderabad City

Hyderabad, which is almost 500 years old, is the capital city of Andhra Pradesh. The city's history starts with the establishment of the Qutb Shahi empire when Quli Qutb Shah grab the power from the Bahamani Kingdom in 1512, and establishing the city of Golconda. There are a many tourist attractions in Hyderabad, a city with such old history and a rich blending of cultures. This "city of pearls" has heritage monuments, parks, lakes, gardens, museums, resorts museum and delectable cuisine that lure tourists.

Geographical location: The geographical location of Hyderabad city is 17.20 N Latitude and 78.30 E Longitude. It is located on the Deccan Plateau. Hyderabad city has an average altitude of about 536 m above the sea level. Most of the regions have rocky terrain.
Fast Facts:
State: Andhra Pradesh
District: Hyderabad
Famous for/as: Heritage
Languages: Telugu, English
Best Season: Oct - Mar
Weather: Summer 20 to 45°C, Winter 14 to 32°C
Altitude: 536 m
Pincode: 500xxx
STD code: 040, 08413, 08414, 08415, 08418


There are several places to visit in Hyderabad description off  Falaknuma Palace and Nehru Zoological Park is given below:
Falaknuma Palace : The last Nizam who ruled the Hyderabad built the Falaknuma Palace, which housed the most expensive art objects, carpets and tapestries, in addition to the largest single-man collection of diamonds. Here the Nizam received their Majesties, the late King Edward VIII and King George V of England. The museum also has a very unique collection of jades. The dining table in the palace can occupied up to 100 people at a time.

Nehru Zoological Park : The offcial zoo of the Hyderabad city is Nehru Zoological Park. The zoo resides variety of animals that live here without any fear and under right supervision. The inhabitants of the zoo include Asiatic Lion, Indian Rhino, Tigers, Antelopes, Hedgehogs, and Leopard Cats among many others.

To see all the above beautiful places, You can reach Hyderabad city by several means of transportation including roads, railways and airways. But the fastest means of transport is by air. 
Some flights which fly from Hyderabad are given below,
  • Hyderabad Ahmedabad Flights (Domestic flight)
  • Hyderabad Mumbai Flights (Domestic flight)
  • Hyderabad Delhi Flights (Domestic flight)
Return flights are also accessible and given below,
  • Ahmedabad Hyderabad Flights (Domestic flight)
  • Mumbai Hyderabad Flights (Domestic flight)
  • Delhi Hyderabad Flights (Domestic flight)
You can also reach Hyderabad city by railway. There are three main railway stations located in Hyderabad city. Nampally Railway Station exists as the headquarters of the South Central Railways. Trains for and from almost all major cities stop here. You can also have the opportunity of travelling to the cities around or states beyond Andhra Pradesh by boarding a train from this railway station. Some important trains that check in at the station include Hussain Sagar Express, Hyderbad-Mumbai, Hyderabad-New Delhi, Hyderabad-Chennai, Hyderabad-Pune, etc.