Hyderabad: The city of Nizams and delectable Biriyani

Qutub Shahi Hyderabad

Hyderabad is somewhat like Kolkata. A sprawling economic center serving as the hub for corporate agglomerations but the core of the city still maintains its quaint charm. Threads of 400 year old traditions weaved as a fabric of a modern city. A perfect blend of traditions and modernity. Hyderabad served as the capital of undivided Andhra Pradesh and now Telangana. Hyderabad emerged as the cultural capital of India following the collapse of the Mughal dynasty with Qutub Shahis and later the Nizams taking charge. Apart from iconic monuments, Hyderabad is also famous for its food joints and unique recipes. The scrumptious Hyderabadi biriyani, in particular, has accomplished worldwide fame and is popular among food lovers. Read more

Ramoji Film City: World’s largest film studio complex

When you visit Hyderabad, one thing which you can ill afford to miss is the superb experience of visiting the Ramoji Film City. Spread over 1666 acres of land, Ramoji film city is the largest of its kind. It features in the Guinness book of world records as the largest film studio complex. It was built under the vision of Ramoji Rao in 1996 and has since served as the shooting set of many movies and TV serials. Read more