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 and so the name Taramati Baradari. There are stories revolving around and one of them is dancing of Taramati and Premamati, the two sisters at this place.
Now Andhra Pradesh State Tourism Board has identified it as heritage building and has taken necessity steps to preserve it. Several cultural shows are held since 2004 and it has been a place of events, concerts, live performances, and exhibitions with little attraction. It now has an open theater, a hotel, a restaurant, and conference room and business center.
Taramati Baradari is open from 7 Am to 11 Pm in the night and it’s the best visited during the gloom timings. It’s located 10 km from Mehdipatnam and the Golconda Fort is just 2 km away from here.