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It was 15th August, 19. We reached Hyderabad late from Vellore by Sabari Express. After checked in our hotel at Abids we decided to visit Charminar in the afternoon. Every body knows that Charminar is the iconic of Hyderabad City, the most beautiful monument in...More
Just next to Charminar, a heritage building in the town. Still Standing strong and a beautiful structure. Could have been maintained a bit more, but overall nice place to visit during Ramzan, then one will get the taste of the market in front of that...More
The aura and sanctity that one gets to feel near Mecca Masjid Hyderabad is simply incomparable. Founded by Muhammad Quli Qutub Shah, the fifth ruler of Qutub Shahi dynasty, it is one of the biggest and the oldest mosques in South India. It is said...More
The Masjid lies in the very crowded Charminar area. Most area around the masjid was kept free from Hawkers during the Friday prayer time, which is great.
Shoe keeping is done by local people at various places, they keep your shoes and give you a...More
Hyderabad’s most iconic architectural delight, Charminar is beyond just a popular monument. It’s the nucleus of the busiest and most vibrant lanes of the Old City studded with shops selling bangles and pearls. It can be too crowded and overwhelming, but to every tourist’s delight, the gems and hidden treasures
in this neighbourhood are full of culturally rich stories. The best view of one of the city’s oldest mosques, Mecca Masjid is from the top of Charminar. It’s quite a usual sight of walking into a grey sea of pigeons with an aroma of meaty street food and melting dosas, as you are exploring the little pockets around this magnificent historic building. Walk along the streets that lead you to museums and palaces of the Nizams who ruled the city and soak up the old world charm in its truest character.
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As for the other reviewers who have replied...I think none of u are girls.... so u shud know it is nothing to do with skimpy or revealing clothes. Even if u r wearing jeans and long shirt covering much more than a sari... More
As for the other reviewers who have replied...I think none of u are girls.... so u shud know it is nothing to do with skimpy or revealing clothes. Even if u r wearing jeans and long shirt covering much more than a sari would... u still have to wear extra stuff over the jeans that they give at the entrance. No common sense involved :)