Hyderabad the Pearl city of India


Hyderabad is the Capital of Telangana State. It is the most famous city in India, with a population of 6.7 million. The town occupied 650 square kilometres. The city is situated on hilly terrain around artificial lakes. It is famous for the IT, biopharmaceutical, and Telugu film industries. Hyderabad hotels have an excellent tribute in the service of guests.


The city has a history of nearly 400 years. After Quli Qutab Shah seized power from the Bahamani kingdom in 1512, they established Golconda city and the Qutub Shahi dynasty. Lack of water felicity and epidemics like the plague caused Quli Qutub Shahi to find a new capital named Bhagyanagar beside the Mussi River. Bhagamathi, the wife of Quli Qutub shah, became Hyder Mahal, and thus, the city’s name changed from Bhagyanagar to Hyderabad.


The Qutb Shahis ruled for 171 years. All the rulers ruled the kingdom with good administration. They were good patrons of Art and Culture. They contributed to the growth of Indo-Persian and Indo-Islamic literature and culture in this city. The region was famous for marketing diamonds, pearls, steel for arms and printed fabric.

In 1687 Aurangzeb, the great Mughal ruler captured Golconda Fort from Abdul Hasan Shah, the last king of Golconda. After the complete conquest of Deccan, Aurangzeb shifted the capital from Hyderabad to Aurangabad.

In 1724 the Deccan Governor Mir Quamaruddin declared Independence from Mughal rule, became the first Nizam, and founded the ‘Asif Jahi Dynasty’.

In 1769, Nizam Alikhan shifted the capital again from Aurangabad to Hyderabad. The Asif Jahi dynasty ruled for nearly 224 years, from 1769 to 1948. Hyderabad led under the Nizam, the largest Princely state in India.

After India gained Independence, Indian Government took Police action in Hyderabad. Finally, the princely state became a part of Union India.

Art and Handicrafts:

Hyderabad style of paintings was developed during the 16th century—the type of images with techniques blended in the style of Vijayanagara paintings. During the Nizam period, the Mughal painting style influenced the local Artists. The artists followed to use bright colours and adopted objects from regional landscapes, culture, costumes and Jewellery.

Music and Films:

The classical dances Bharata Natyam and Kuchipudi are viral in the Deccan region. The local music was very familiar to the people. Mughals and Nizams contributed to popularising North Indian Musical style and dances in their kingdom. The rulers appointed teachers to teach the children about singing, dancing, poetry and other cultural activities, encouraging the artists and dancers to perform their skills on the occasional days to appease the kings, courtiers and the people.

Film Industry:

The Hollywood film industry is very famous in India. All the film actors and actresses have been living in Film Nagar. Tollywood produces the second-largest number of films in India. The city has also hosted International film festivals. Ramoji film city is one of the world’s largest film studios, where facilities are provided to shoot films.

Ten best tourist places in Hyderabad:
  1. Birla Temple – Religious sight.
  2. Chilukuru Balaji Temple – Religious picture.
  3. Salar Jung Museum – Treasure of old monuments.
  4. Taj Falaknuma Palace – Attractive Architectural Buildings.
  5. Nehru Zoological park – zoos.
  6. Charminar – Monument.
  7. Mecca masjid – Religious place.
  8. Qutab Shahi Tombs – Monuments.
  9. Tank Bund – Scenic location.
  10. Buddha Statue _ Religious and scenic place.
The Famous Hyderabad hotels:

The city hotels are famous for the Hyderabad biryani. The hotels’ rates are bearable for the middle-class people

Ella suites hotel.

Novatel hotel.

Ista Hyderabad hotel.

Noetl hotel.

The Golkonda Hyderabad hotel.

The Park Hyderabad hotel.