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My city My pride---Share tourist attractions of your city.

Discussion in 'Travel' started by manjubashini, Apr 3, 2013.

  1. manjubashini

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    Thanks for sharing the link here Chitra i would go thru it and feedback.
     
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    HI

    I am Bangalorean, and i love Blore, coz of its climate(Although its changing these days)


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    [TD]OUTING IN BANGALORE[/TD]
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    [TD="bgcolor: #FFFFFF"]City[/TD]
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    [TD="bgcolor: #E6E6FF"]Wonder La[/TD]
    [TD="bgcolor: #E6E6FF"]Amusement park[/TD]
    [TD="bgcolor: #E6E6FF"]1 Day[/TD]
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    [TD="bgcolor: #E6E6FF"]Innovative Film city[/TD]
    [TD="bgcolor: #E6E6FF"]Amusement park[/TD]
    [TD="bgcolor: #E6E6FF"]1 Day[/TD]
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    [TD="bgcolor: #E6E6FF"]Nandi hills[/TD]
    [TD="bgcolor: #E6E6FF"]Trek[/TD]
    [TD="bgcolor: #E6E6FF"]1 Day[/TD]
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    [TD="bgcolor: #E6E6FF"]Vishwashanti Ashram[/TD]
    [TD="bgcolor: #E6E6FF"]Temple/Ashrama[/TD]
    [TD="bgcolor: #E6E6FF"]Half day[/TD]
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    [TD="bgcolor: #E6E6FF"]Lumbini Garden[/TD]
    [TD="bgcolor: #E6E6FF"]Boating/ Theme park[/TD]
    [TD="bgcolor: #E6E6FF"]Half day[/TD]
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    [TD="bgcolor: #E6E6FF"]Bannerghatta park[/TD]
    [TD="bgcolor: #E6E6FF"]Wild Life[/TD]
    [TD="bgcolor: #E6E6FF"]Half day[/TD]
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    [TD="bgcolor: #E6E6FF"]Mekedatu[/TD]
    [TD="bgcolor: #E6E6FF"]Water Place[/TD]
    [TD="bgcolor: #E6E6FF"]1 Day[/TD]
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    [TD="bgcolor: #E6E6FF"]Champaka dharna swamy n suvarnamukhi n thottikallu[/TD]
    [TD="bgcolor: #E6E6FF"]Temple/Water Place[/TD]
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    [TD="width: 321, bgcolor: #E6E6E6"]TEMPLES IN BLORE CITY[/TD]
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    [TD="bgcolor: #E6E6FF"]Dodda Ganesha Temple[/TD]
    [TD="bgcolor: #E6E6FF"]Basavangudi[/TD]
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    [TD="bgcolor: #E6E6FF"]Bull Temple[/TD]
    [TD="bgcolor: #E6E6FF"]Basavangudi[/TD]
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    [TD="bgcolor: #E6E6FF"]Gavi Gangadhareshwara Temple[/TD]
    [TD="bgcolor: #E6E6FF"]Hanumanthangar[/TD]
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    [TD="bgcolor: #E6E6FF"]Kumara Swamy Temple[/TD]
    [TD="bgcolor: #E6E6FF"]Hanumanthangar[/TD]
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    [TD="bgcolor: #E6E6FF"]Bandi Mahakali Temple[/TD]
    [TD="bgcolor: #E6E6FF"]Hanumanthangar[/TD]
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    [TD="bgcolor: #E6E6FF"]Annamma Temple[/TD]
    [TD="bgcolor: #E6E6FF"]Majestic[/TD]
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    [TD="bgcolor: #E6E6FF"]Shiva Temple[/TD]
    [TD="bgcolor: #E6E6FF"]Near Kemp fort[/TD]
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    [TD="bgcolor: #E6E6FF"]Iskon Temple[/TD]
    [TD="bgcolor: #E6E6FF"]Rajajinagar[/TD]
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    [TD="bgcolor: #E6E6FF"]Vijaya vittala Temple[/TD]
    [TD="bgcolor: #E6E6FF"]Nelmangala[/TD]
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    [TD="bgcolor: #E6E6FF"]Banashankari Temple[/TD]
    [TD="bgcolor: #E6E6FF"]Banashankari[/TD]
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    [TD="bgcolor: #E6E6FF"]Kadu Mallikarjuna Temple[/TD]
    [TD="bgcolor: #E6E6FF"]Malleshwaram[/TD]
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    [TD="bgcolor: #E6E6FF"]Dharmaraya Temple[/TD]
    [TD="bgcolor: #E6E6FF"]Majestic[/TD]
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    [TD="bgcolor: #E6E6FF"]Prassana VeerAnjaneya Temple[/TD]
    [TD="bgcolor: #E6E6FF"]MahaLakshmi Layout[/TD]
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    [TD="bgcolor: #E6E6FF"]Ragi Gudda Anjaneya Temple[/TD]
    [TD="bgcolor: #E6E6FF"]J.P Nagar[/TD]
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    [TD="bgcolor: #FFFFFF"]Raja Rajeshwari temple & Murgan temple[/TD]
    [TD="bgcolor: #E6E6FF"]R.R Nagar[/TD]
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    [TD]Meenakshi sundareshwara temple[/TD]
    [TD]Banerghatta road[/TD]
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    [TD]Surayanarayana Temple[/TD]
    [TD]Airport road[/TD]
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    Hi all,

    Am from Hyderabad the City of Nawabs, The pearl city, the IT hub. Am a proud hyderabadi born and brought up in hyderabad

    Hyderabad is the capital and largest city of the southern Indian state of Andhra Pradesh. Occupying 650 square kilometres (250 sq mi), along the banks of the Musi River, it has a population of 6.8 million and a metropolitan population of 7.75 million, making it the fourth most populous city and sixth most populous urban agglomeration in India. At an average altitude of 542 metres (1,778 ft), much of Hyderabad is situated on hilly terrain around artificial lakes, including Hussain Sagar—predating the city's founding—north of the city centre.

    Established in 1591 by Muhammad Quli Qutb Shah, Hyderabad remained under the rule of the Qutb Shahi dynasty for nearly a century before theMughals captured the region. In 1724, Mughal viceroy Asif Jah I declared his sovereignty and created his own dynasty, also known as the Nizams of Hyderabad. The Hyderabad State ultimately became a princely state during British rule, and remained so for 150 years, with the city serving as its capital. The city continued as capital of a new Hyderabad State after joining the Indian Union in 1948 and before attaining its current status as the focal point of Andhra Pradesh in 1956. Hyderabad is expected to be part of Telangana when the new state is carved out of Andhra Pradesh.
    Relics of Qutb Shahi and Nizam rule remain visible today, with the Charminar—commissioned by Muhammad Quli Qutb Shah himself—coming to symbolise Hyderabad. That legacy is also evident in the city's distinctive cuisine, which includes Hyderabadi biriyani and Hyderabadi haleem. The Qutb Shahis and Nizams established Hyderabad as a cultural hub, attracting men of letters from different parts of the world. Hyderabad emerged as the foremost centre of culture in India with the decline of the Mughal Empire in the mid-19th century, with artists migrating to the city from the rest of the Indian subcontinent. While Hyderabad is losing its cultural pre-eminence, it is today, due to the Telugu film industry, the country's second-largest producer of motion pictures.
    Hyderabad was historically known as a pearl and diamond trading centre, and it continues to be known as the City of Pearls. Many of the city's traditional bazaars, including Laad Bazaar, Begum Bazaar and Sultan Bazaar, have remained open for centuries. However, industrialisation throughout the 20th century has also attracted major Indian manufacturing, research and financial institutions, including the Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited, National Geophysical Research Institute and the Centre for Cellular and Molecular Biology. Special economic zonesdedicated to information technology have encouraged companies from across India and around the world to set up operations and the emergence of pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries in the 1990s led to the title of "Genome Valley". With an output of US$74 billion, Hyderabad is the fifth-largest contributor to India's overall gross domestic product.

    Places of Interest:

    1. Charminar:The Charminar, built in 1591 CE, is a monument and mosque located in Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh, India.[SUP][1][/SUP] The landmark has become a global icon of Hyderabad, listed among the most recognized structures of India.[SUP][2][/SUP] The Charminar is on the east bank of Musi river.[SUP][3][/SUP] To the northeast lies the Laad Bazaar and in the west end lies the granite-made richly-ornamented Makkah Masjid.[SUP][4][/SUP]

    The English name is a transliteration and combination of the Urdu words Chār and Minar, translating to "Four Towers"; the eponymous towers are ornate minarets attached and supported by four grand arches.[SUP][4]
    [​IMG]

    2. Mecca Masjid:
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    Mecca Masjid (Arabic: ‎and Urdu: مکہ مسجد‎, Telugu: మక్కా మసీదు), also Makkah Masjid, is one of the oldest mosques in Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh, India, And it is one of the largest Mosques in India. Makkah Masjid is a listed heritage building in the old city of Hyderabad, close to the historic landmarks of Chowmahalla Palace, Laad Bazaar, and Charminar.
    Muhammad Quli Qutb Shah, the fifth ruler of the Qutb Shahi dynasty, commissioned bricks to be made from the soil brought from Mecca, the holiest site of Islam, and used them in the construction of the central arch of the mosque, thus giving the mosque its name. It formed the centerpiece around which the city was planned by Muhammad Quli Qutub Shah.[SUP][2]
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    3. Golconda:
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    Golkonda, also known as Golconda or Golla konda ("shepherd's hill"), a ruined city of Southern India and capital of ancient Golconda Sultanate(c.1518–1687), is situated 11 km west of Hyderabad. It is also a mandal of Hyderabad District. The region is universally famous for the mines that have produced the world's most famous and coveted gems, including The Hope Diamond, Idol's Eye, The Koh-i-Noor and Darya-i-Noor.
    The most important builder of Golkonda was Ibrahim Quli Qutub Shah Wali, the fourth Qutub king of the Qutub Shahi Dynasty. Ibrahim was following in the spirit of his ancestors, the Qutub Shahi kings, a great family of builders who had ruled the kingdom of Golkonda from 1512. Their first capital, the fortress citadel of Golkonda, was rebuilt for defense from invading Mughals from the north. They laid out Golkonda's splendid monuments, now in ruins, and designed a perfect acoustical system by which a hand clap sounded at the fort's main gates, the grand portico, was heard at the top of the citadel, situated on a 300-foot (91 m)-high granite hill. This is one of the fascinating features of the fort.
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    The Golkonda Fort used to have a vault where once the famous Kohinoor and Hope diamonds were stored along with other diamonds.[SUP][5][/SUP]
    Golkonda was once renowned for the diamonds found on the south-east at Kollur Mine near Kollur (modern day Guntur district), Paritala (modern dayKrishna district) and cut in the city during the Kakatiya reign. At that time, India had the only known diamond mines in the world.
    Golkonda's mines yielded few diamonds. Actually, Golkonda was the market city of the diamond trade, and gems sold there came from a number of mines. The fortress city within the walls was famous for diamond trade. However, Europeans believed that diamonds were found only in the fabled Golkonda mines.
    Magnificent diamonds were taken from the mines in the region surrounding Golkonda, including Darya-e Nur, meaning sea of light, at 185 carats (37 g), the largest and finest diamond of the crown jewels of Iran.
    Its name has taken a generic meaning and has come to be associated with great wealth. Gemologists use this classification to denote a diamond with a complete (or almost-complete) lack of nitrogen; "Golkonda" material is also referred to as "2A".
    Many famed diamonds are believed to have been excavated from the mines of Golkonda, such as:


    Palaces:

    • Chowmahalla Palace – It was the seat of Asaf Jahi dynasty, where the Nizam entertained his official guests and royal visitors. Initiated in 1750 by Nizam Salabat Jung and designed along the lines of the Shah's palace in Isfahan, this actually consists of a group of palaces each used as a Durbar Hall. It has now been aesthetically renovated and is also venue for conferences. [​IMG]
     
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    .................Continued

    • Asman Garh Palace – It was designed personally and built by the erstwhile Prime Minister of Hyderabad state Sir Asman Jah in 1885 on a hillock for leisure. Its based on Gothic architecture and is in the shape of a European medieval castle. The palace presently hosts a museum displaying archaeological relics.[​IMG]

    • Falaknuma Palace – Built by an Italian architect through one of the Paigah nobles, Nawab Viqar al-Umra',[SUP][17][/SUP] complete in Italian marble. Louis XIV-style decor, a Mughal ambience, Italian marble staircases and ornate fountains. It has now been undertaken by Taj group to develop this as Heritage Hotel
      .[​IMG]

    • Taramati Baradari – Taramati Baradari is a palace located near Gandipet lake, that was built under the reign of Abdullah Qutb Shah, the Seventh Sultan of Golkonda as an ode to his favourite courtesan, Taramati. The baradari with 12 doorways were to allow cross ventilation, considered to be the most ingenious technique at the time. Similar structures like Premavati and Bhagmati can be seen from here.[​IMG]



    • Bella Vista Bella Vista, Hyderabad is a royal palace of the Nizams built in 1910.
     
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    .......continued

    Birla Mandir: Birla Mandir is a Hindu temple, built on a 280 feet (85 m) high hillock called Naubath Pahad on a 13 acres (53,000 m[SUP]2[/SUP]) plot. The construction took 10 years and was consecrated in 1976 by Swami Ranganathananda of Ramakrishna Mission. The temple was constructed by Birla Foundation, which has also constructed several similar temples across India, all of which are known as Birla Mandir.[​IMG]

    Salar Jung Museum: he Salar Jung Museum is an art museum located at Darushifa, on the southern bank of the Musi river in the city of Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh,India. It is one of the three National Museums of India.[SUP][2][/SUP] It has a collection of sculptures, paintings, carvings, textiles, manuscripts, ceramics, metallic artefacts, carpets, clocks, and furniture from Japan, China, Burma, Nepal, India, Persia, Egypt, Europe, and North America. The museum's collection was sourced from the property of the Salar Jung family.[​IMG]
    The Indian historical collections includes,[SUP][4][/SUP]

    The furniture collection belonging from the time of Louis[disambiguation needed] 14[SUP]th[/SUP]-17[SUP]th[/SUP] and Napoleon. Salar Jung III collected about 43,000 artifacts and 50,000 books and manuscripts out of which only few are displayed in today's museum.
    There are Aurangzeb's daggers belonging to empress Noor Jehan, emperors Jehangir and Shah Jehan, the turbans and chair of Tippu Sultan, furniture from Egypt, paintings on display. Among the sculptures stands out the world famous statue of Veiled Rebecca by G.B. Benzoni, an Italian sculptor, in 1876. Her beautiful face hazily is visible through a marble but gossamer veil. Equally captivating is a double-figure wood sculpture. It stands before a mirror and shows the facade of a nonchalant Mephistopheles and the image of a demure Margaretta in the mirror. The eastern section is of equal importance with its wide variety of silk weaving and different art forms, including layer wood cutting paintings, porcelain works and many more, dating back to almost 2[SUP]nd[/SUP]century.

    A bewildering variety and array of clocks greets the visitor in the clock room. There are ancient Sandiaers in the form of obelisks to huge and modern clocks of the twentieth century. Others in the range vary from miniature clocks which need a magnifying glass to imbibe their beauty and complexity to stately grandfather clocks from as far away as France, Germany, Italy, Switzerland and Britain. A visual delight is the musical clock Salar Jung bought from Cook and Kelvey of England. Every hour, a timekeeper emerges from the upper deck of the clock to strike a gong as many times as it is the hours of the day.
    The Indian Parliament has declared the museum an Institution of National Importance.
    The museum is open from 10:00 to 17:00 (except on Fri). Camera/Mobile Camera are allowed for Rs.50/-.


    Hussain Sagar:
    Hussain Sagar is a lake in Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh, India, built by Hazrat Hussain Shah Wali in 1562, during the rule of Ibrahim Quli Qutb Shah. It is spread across an area of 5.7 square kilometers and is fed by River Musi. A large monolithic statue of the Gautam Buddha, erected in 1992, stands on a pedestal in the middle of the lake.[SUP][1][/SUP] Maximum depth of the lake is 32 feet
    .
    [​IMG]

    Ramoji Film City:
    The Ramoji Film City (Telugu: రామోజీ ఫిలిం సిటీ) in India is situated near Hayathnagar in Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh. At 1666 acres, It is the largest integrated film city in the world.
    It is also a popular tourism and recreation centre, containing both natural and artificial attractions including an amusement park. The Outer Ring Road Phase 2 has acquired lands at the entrance and is set to intersect the city
    [​IMG]

    Shilparamam: Shilparamam is an arts and crafts village located in Madhapur, Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh, India.

    The village was conceived with an idea to create an environment for the preservation of traditional crafts. There are ethnic festivals round the year.
    Shilparamam, a crafts village, conceived in the year 1992, is situated just about few kilometers from Hyderabad city. Sprawling over 65 acres (260,000 m[SUP]2[/SUP]) of land in the hi-tech hub city of India, Shilparamam gives a scenic ambience of tradition and cultural heritage. For promotion and preservation of Indian arts and crafts and to motivate the artisans, the state government established this platform.
    Enchanting the blend of arts and artifact, epitomizing the true legacy with the diverse natural beauty of rural India; Shilparamam is tribute to Andhra Pradesh. Exhibiting the rustic richness and creativity of Hyderabad, it has captivated the imagination of visitors.
    The lush and serene environment of Shilparamam is sculpted with woodwork, jewellery, cloths and local crafts of each region of the country. Showcasing a plethora of artistic ethos, Shilparamam is set amidst gardens, cascading waterfalls and natural rock heights.
    [​IMG]
     
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    beautiful place in Delhi...

    1. Akshardham Temple
    2. Azad Hind Gram
    3. Bahai Temple
    4. Birla Mandir
    5. Dilli Haat
    6. Garden of Five Senses
    7. Humayun's Tomb
    8. India Gate
    9. Jama Masjid
    10. Jantar Mantar
    11. Lodi Tomb
    12. Parliment House
    13. Purana Quila
    14. Qutab Minar
    15. Safdarjang Tomb
    16. Red Fort
     
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    Suma Wow so much info's about Bengaluru. I have visited 2 times but not visited most of the places you have mentioned. It might be surely helpful for people like me to visit those places. If possible share some details about Mysore also.
    Thanks for sharing Suma.
     
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    Thanks for Sharing lots of info about the Hyderabad(City of Nawabs). I have never visited Hyderabad. After reading all those info's i would surely visit someday.
     
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    Thanks for sharing about the places in Delhi Allen.
     
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    Manjubhashini sure you must visit hyd once and dont miss all these places u will love it. if you are a foodie then there are lot of things u must try
     
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