Hyderabad is the capital of southern India's Telangana state. A major center for the technology industry, it's home to many upscale restaurants and shops. Its historic sites include Golconda Fort, a former diamond-trading center that was once the Qutb Shahi dynastic capital. The Charminar, a 16th-century mosque whose 4 arches support towering minarets, is an old city landmark near the long-standing Laad Bazaar.
Hatiyan Jhad is the biggest as well as the oldest tree of Hyderabad. It is the biggest Baobab tree in India. Baobab trees are usually hollow and they are long-lived. This tree is about 400 years old. It is located in the Naya Qila premises of Golconda Fort.This tree is called Hatiyan Jhad because the tree resembles an elephant in part due to its folded and gnarled trunk.
The flower market is situated in the Gudimalkapur area of Mehdipatnam, a suburb in Hyderabad. It is on the left side of PV Narasimha Rao Flyover. It was setup in 2009. It is well known for its quality and quantity of flowers which comes from Bangalore, Chennai and other parts of the country.The flowers are highly biodegradable.
Hyderabad Information Technology Engineering Consultancy City is abbreviated as HITEC City. It is spread across 151 acres of land under the suburbs of Madhapur, Gachibowli, Kondapur, Manikonda, and Nanakramguda.
Ramakrishna Math located at Domalguda, behind Tank Bund in Hyderabad was constructed by one of the disciples of Ramakrishna Paramahamsa in the year 1974. Ramakrishna Math was established by Swami Vivekananda in the memory of his guru ‘Sri Ramakrishna Paramahamsa’ in the year 1898 in Beluru, Karnataka.The Ramakrishna Math in Hyderabad is a part and one of the branches of ‘Ramakrishna Mission’.
Rashtrapati Nilayam is known to be the residential house of the President of India. It is located in outskirts of Hyderabad in a place called Bolarum. The building was constructed in the year 1850 by Nizam Nazir ud Doula and was used by Military Officer of the Nizam government in that period of time and later it was taken by the British on an understanding with Nizam government.Rashtrapati Nilayam spread across 90 acres of land.