Hyderabad, capital city of the Indian state of Telangana is one of the important educational, business and trade centers in the country. Hyderabad is a fast growing city of Eastern India with educated manpower with technological skills and English language skills in abundance. It is home to many famous banks, educational institutes, universities, art and entertainment centers and business conglomerates of the world.

The modern city of Hyderabad is currently in the grip of growth and development.
The nominal GDP of the city in 2008 itself was USD 60 bn, making it the fourth in the country and 93rd in the world. The city and its suburbs have the highest number and area of Special Economic Zones. Knowledge, manufacturing and tourism are the main economic activities, with service sector contributing to more productivity and employment.

The city was stablished in the 16th century by Muhammad Quli Qutb Shah, Hyderabad was ruled by the Shah dynasty for nearly a century before being annexed by the Mughal Empire. Soon after, Asif Jah I, a Mughal viceroy, declared his sovereignty and formed the Jahi dynasty or the Nizams of Hyderabad. They ruled the princely state of Hyderabad as a subsidiary of the British Raj for more than two centuries. In 1948, a year after India attained independence, the then Nizam signed an agreement, making Hyderabad a part of India

The magnificent palaces and the forts still stand tall, inviting you to experience the glorious history of the past, as the royal legacy of the city of Hyderabad waits to embrace you with its warm hospitality and myriad attractions. Add to that a contrast of modern, high developed culture, business arena, urban sites and night life and you’ll find that you have it all in Hyderabad.

Tourist Locations

Charminar Hyderabad is almost synonymous with the Charminar. Build by Mohammed Quli Qutb Shah, the founder of Hyderabad, in 1591 at the centre of the original city layout. Charminar lies in all its splendour in the middle of Lad-Bazaar, Hyderabads famous bangle destination. The monument is illuminated in the evenings.
Hyderabad Falaknuma Palace is one of the finest palaces in Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh, India. It belonged to Paigah Hyderabad State, and it was later owned by the Nizams. It is on a 32-acre (13 ha) area    in Falaknuma, 5 km from Charminar. It was built by Nawab Vikar-ul-Umra, the then – prime minister of Hyderabad and the uncle and brother-in-law of H.H. The Nizam VI, Nawab Mir Mahboob Ali Khan Bahadur. Falak-numa means “Like the Sky” or “Mirror of the Sky” in Urdu.
Pochampally Handloom Park Ltd Pochampally Handloom Park Ltd. (PHPL) is an integrated textile park that houses designing, dyeing and weaving facility for textiles under a single roof. It was inaugurated on 16th November, 2008. It is located in Kanumukkala Village, Pochampally Mandal, 40 km from Hyderabad.
Birla Mandir Birla Mandir, this completely white marble temple of Lord is built on the hillock, the Kala Pahad. The  temple has exquisite sculptured and carved ceiling. The temple looks down on Hussain   Sagar Lake and is illuminated at night.
Golconda Fort Chow Golconda Fort Chow Mohalla Complex  
One of the heritage buildings in Hyderabad. The Chow Mohalla was built by the Nizams over a period of 1857 to1869. The complex comprises four palaces in Moghul and European styles – hence the Chow Mohalla. All the palaces are single-storey blocks with the exception of the main palace, which is double story.