Explore and Experience India’s
“Ganga-Jamuna Tehzeeb” Telangana
“Hub of Hospitality” – Hyderabad (Heart and Soul of Telangana)
The tall, stately, grandeur Indo-Islamic architecture structure of four minarets – Charminar
Fascinating and contemporary temple in South Indian and Oriya architectural style dedicated to Lord Venkateshwara on Top of Kala Pahad with Majestic View of Hyderabad
The majestic stand-apart Mecca Masjid. The artistic taste of Muhammad Quli Qutub, the fifth ruler of the Qutub Shahi commissioned the bricks from holy Mecca.
World’s tallest monolith of Gautama Buddha located in side the rock island in Hussain Sagar
One of the two famous Saraswati temples in India, located on the banks of Godavari River at Basar, Telangana
Medak Church was built in 1914 by Charles Walker Posnet and is coined as the biggest church in the South India Diocese.
The magnificent Chowmahalla Palace was the seat of the Asaf Jahi dynasty where the Nizams entertained their official guests and royal visitors.
Falaknuma Palace is one of the finest palaces in India, belonging to the Paigah (Hyderabad) State but later owned by the Nizams. It is located on a 32 acre, 19400 square meters area.
Golconda Fort: Originally a mud fort founded by the Kakatiya Kings of Warangal during the 13th century, Golconda attained glory under the Qutub Shahi dynasty (1518 to 1687). This is where the priceless Kohinoor diamond was found.
The Warangal Fort has impressive and beautifully carved thoranan arches, and pillars inside are spread over a radius of several hundred meters between Hanamkonda and Warangal
Thousand Pillars Temple: Perched elegantly on the slopes of the hills at Hanamkonda, the thousand pillars temple is fine specimen of Kakatiya Architecture and sculpture.
Bhongir Fort rests upon a monolithic rock at a height of 500 feet. The fort was constructed by Tribhuvanamalla Vikramaditya, the Western Chalukya ruler, in the 12th century. Covering a massive area of 40 acres,
Salar Jung Museum: The envy of global collectors, a treasure house of antiques and an amazing display of art – the Salar Jung Museum is the largest single man collection in the world. Compiled by Mir Yousuf Ali Khan, the collection is mind boggling not only in number but also in the variety of items.
Ethipothala Falls is a 70 feet (21 m) high river cascade, situated on the Chandravanka river, a tributary of the River Krishna