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Badshahi AshurKhana Hyderabad Telangana

In the year 1594 A.D SultanQul Qutb Shah built an historical Islamic holy and religious Badshahi Ashurkhana, which is located near Charminar. This is to keep the alams or the banners of the grandson of Doctrine Mohammad, Imam Alu. In hyderabad it is one of the ancient and oldest building constructed among the imambaras in india. In 1802 A.D During the second period of Nizam has made a latest addition a wood varanda in the front side of the Badshahi Ashurkhana.

It is a famous building for the enamel arranged on the picture in the style of Persian which has been similar to those in Lahore and Multan (Pakistan). In the rule of Abdullah Qutub Shah he made a best and awesome artistic tile work on the walls which looks very attractive. This building was an exceptional mode of Islamic Calligraphy and Art. And also made some religious structures in the site they are Naubath Khana, Niyaz Khana, Abdar khana in the court yard.

Badshahi AshurKhana was built in 1594 by Muhammed Quli Qutb Shah, three years after the Charminar.

How to reach:
By different means of transportation we can reach the place through road, air and railways to Hyderabad the capital city of Telangana. It is situated near the charminar and is well reachable by road.

Entry Fee: Kids: Rs. 10 Adults: Rs. 25

Address:
Darul Shifa,
Hyderabad – 500012.
Phone: 2779-2300.Badshahi Ashurkhana Hyderabad

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