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Parsi Agiary or Parsi Fire Temple, Secunderabad

Parsi Agiary or Parsi Fire Temple, Secunderabad

Temple Time: 6.00 am to 7.30 pm. Temple entry is free. The Parsi fire Temple is a place of worship for the Parsees. Set on MG Road in Secunderabad, the temple is believed to have been consecrated in Sept 1847. The temple was designed by 2 brothers, Pestonji Meherji and Viccaji Meherji, a pair of religionist traders World Health Organization ...

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Shoukat Mansion Hyderabad | Telangana Tourism

List of Temples And Tourist Places in Hyderabad

The all masjid were differently named and built in the premises of Hussainiy Dewdi Nawad Shoukat Jung Hussam U d Doulah garden surroundings. E Hussam Ud Doula masjid was built by Dewdi Shoukat Jung Bahadurnawab Shoukat Jung. In the ancient time masjid imlibun masjid was known as masjid e doulat. The shabbir masjid was built in the site of his ...

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Saviour Tree Hyderabad | Telangana Tourism


The saviour tree was situated in the park adjacent to the Osmania General Hospital. This tamarind tree saved more than 150 people lives from the disastrous floods or ‘Tughyani’. It was found on the banks of the Musi after the three centuries in the city of Hyderabad. More than thirteen times the Hyderabad city was over loaded by floods. The ...

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Trinity Church, Bolarum | St. George’s Church, Hyderabad


The trinity church was constructed in the mid-nineteenth century at Bolarum in the style of European architecture in 1847 by a member of the British Royal Family. This church was a medium church with Victorian Gothic style church. The church was daily visited by members of Medak Diocese of the church of south India. The exterior and interior care of ...

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Kachiguda Railway Station Hyderabad | Telangana Tourism

Kachiguda Railway Station Hyderabad

The kachiguda railway station was established in the year 1916 by the Nizam of the erstwhile Hyderabad State. In south central railway the kachiguda railway station was constructed with a beautiful architecture and it was he head quarters of the Nizam state Guaranteed Railway. The kachiguda railway station was one of the landmark of Hyderabad city and was constructed a ...

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Banjara Darwaza Near Golconda Fort, Hyderabad


The ancestors of Deo Raj, Rajah of Warangal had built this fort with walls of mud, during the rule of sultan Muhammad shah Bahmani in the period of 1358-1375 A.D. The fort was remodelled by means of sanad by the Rajah of Warangal to the Bahmani kings. In the year 1518 A.D the fort was ranked as one of the ...

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Aza Khana-e-Zehra Hyderabad | Telangana Tourism

Azha Khana-e-Zehra Hyderabad

Aza khana-e-Zehra is situated at Dar-ul-shifa in the old city of Hyderabad, overlooks the Musi River and was built in the style of Osmanian architecture. The Nizam VII Mir Osman Ali khan constructed house of mourning in 1930’s. The structure of the house was in regular use and in good condition with wooden perforated screens all around building. This building ...

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Mahboobia Girls High School & Junior College, Madraasa-E-Aliya Hyderabad

& Junior College Madraasa-E-Aliya

Mahboobia Girls High School & Junior College Madraasa-E-Aliya is situated at Gun foundry, Hyderabad. The list of key people played a role in the establishment of this school are the nightingale of India Sri Sarojini Naidu, Begum Khadiv Jung and Lady Amina Hydri, Mumtaz Yarud-dowla, Mrs. Sorabji Jamshedji and Mrs. Nandy. These people together approached the finance minister Sri George Cassep Walker’s wife ...

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Taj Mahal Hotel (Old Block), Abids | Nizam Heritage Buildings

Taj Mahal Hotel, Abids

The Taj Maha Hotel was established in 1930’s in the old block and it was constructed in the style of Indo-European architecture. In olden days it was built as a small Bungalow. It was built on a plinth of dressed granite. There was a square portico with semicircular arches which influence the frontage. The basic lines were very pure and ...

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