[ Hyderabad ]


Hyderabad, the capital city of southern Indian state of Andhra Pradesh may be described as heritage city of Qutub Shahi rulers. The city is well renowned for its state of art culture. Hyderabad, situated on the banks of the Indus River, has expanded to encompass the central hill that was once of great military significance. The city of Hyderabad presents an attractive composition of old world charm together with the exuberance of growth and enterprise. Hyderabad is not only rich in its culture and heritage but it is now striving to become top among the IT and Science Sector. HITEC CITY is the major technology township which is the heart of the IT Sector in Hyderabad. The GENOME VALLEY situated at shameerpet is the pride for the development of Life Science sector at Hyderabad. The well reputed tourist places in Hyderabad include the Tank bund the beauty of the nature, Golconda fort the heritage of Qutub shahi’s and Kakatiya’s, Birla Mandir, Salarjung museum, Chowmahalla Palace and many others. Hyderabad is known as “The City of Pearls”, since it was once the global centre of large diamonds and natural pearls trade. The places near Charminar like Laad bazaar are famous for the trade of materials like Pearls, Silver Ware, Lacquer Bangles stubbed with stones, sarees full of stone and Jewel works, Nirmal and Kalamkari paintings etc. Hyderabad is one of the best places to visit once in a lifetime.


Hyderabad has very good transport links globally all round the world with number of Flights operating from various air lines. Hyderabad has direct international connectivity through Europe (London), the Middle East and South East Asia. One can reach Hyderabad either with a direct connection from any of the major hubs connecting to Hyderabad or via New Delhi, Mumbai or Kolkata. Within India flights operate between Hyderabad and other prominent destinations of India on a regular basis. There are Express train services between Hyderabad and many other states of India.

[ Accomodation ]

Will be Updated in Due Course