The Andhra Pradesh High Court is the highest court in the state government and it was setup in 1953. It’s located in Afzalgunj area of Hyderabad, India. Its stands on the south bank of the River Musi and its one of the finest buildings in the city.
The Andhra Pradesh High court was built in Moghul Saracenic style with red and white stones by the seventh Nizam ruler, Mir Osman Ali Khan who ruled the state of Hyderabad. It was the plan of Shankar Lal who hailed from Jaipur but it was executed by Mehar Ali Fazil as the engineer. The construction of it was started in 1915 and it was completed by 1919.
Best sight to see it beauty is at the time of sunset as it look impressive from the Naya Pul Bridge. It’s open from 9.30 Am till 4 Pm and it’s closed on Saturday. The closest bus stop is High Court Bus stop and the closest railway station is Kacheguda station.