Landmarks & Tourists Spots

Monsieur Raymond's Tomb

Monsieur Raymond’s Tomb is the tomb of Monsieur Raymond for his bravery, love and affection to Hyderabad in Hyderabad. This historic tomb is located in Mosrambagh area and the name of area where its located has very close resemblance with this tomb, the truth of origin which most of the people doesn’t know. The tomb […]

Purana Pul

Purana Pul is a bridge over river on the historic Musi River which still exists with perfect working condition. Purana Pul was constructed in 16th century during the rule of Qutub Shah’s. The connection between the Golconda and Hyderabad was hard because of Musi River which divides these two. So the Qutub Shah constructed bridge […]

St. John's Church

The Christianity in India has not much population (just about 5 % of the people). The existence of the churches in India were due to the British rule. They constructed it as the worship point and thus Christianity came into lime light in India. Among the churches in Hyderabad, the St. John’s Church is a […]

GMC Balayogi Athletic Stadium

GMC Balayogi Athletic Stadium is a sports stadium located in Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh. It has a capacity of 32,000 spectators. The memorable stadium was named in the memory of GMC Balayogi an speaker of Lok Sabha who died in the aeroplane crash. It was built as the venue for the 2003 Afro Asian Games which […]

PT Reddy Museum of Art

PT Reddy Museum is an art museum which houses sculptures, paintings and graphics by late PT Reddy located in Hyderabad, India. It has more than 3,000 sculptures altogether. Among the famous sculptures of PT Reddy includes Vishnu Chakra which is carved from wood with sawdust and sand covering makes it’s appear like a stone sculpture. […]

Archival Museum

The Salarjun Museum is the best museum in Hyderabad and two hours are not enough to view whole of Salarjung Museum collection. Apart from that if you are a history lover then you would love to check out Hyderabad Health museum and the Purani Haveli Nizam Museum. Archival Museum is the other name for Andhra […]


Nayapul in a bridge located over the river Musi in Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh. It was constructed in 18th century by the Nizams of Hyderabad. Nayapul got its names in contrast with the Purana Pul. Purana Pul was constructed by Qutub Shahi in the 16th century on the river of Musi. Naya means ‘New’ in Hindi […]

Andhra Pradesh High Court

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 […]

Taramati Baradari

Taramati Baradari was built during the Ibrahim Quli Qutub Shah, the second ruler of Golconda and Shahi dynasty. Taramati Baradari was a caravan station for traders and travelers which were built on the banks of Musi river. Taramati was one of the business associate to Ibrahim Shah and this caravan station was under his business […]

Fateh Maidan Tennis Stadium

Fateh Maidan mayn’t know popular as we know Sania Mirza but it was Fateh Maidan where Sania Mirza took the coaching and became the famous Tennis Star. Hyderabad has given rise to Tennis Star like Sania Mirza, badminton player Saina Nehwal, Pulla Gopichand & Jwala Gutta because this city is the perfect platform for indoor […]