The capital of the Indian state Telangana and de jure capital of Andhra Pradesh, Hyderabad is well-known for its historic structures and biryani (mixed rice dish). Earlier from the year 1956 to 2014, it was the capital of Andhra Pradesh but when ‘Telangana’ state was formed, it became the joint capital of both the states. The city is spread to 650 square kilometers (250 sq mi) and situated on the banks of the Musi River. The climate here is warm to hot and rain falls in the Monsoon period (June to October).
The city was established by Muhammad Quli Qutb Shah in 1591. Now, it is also known as the old city where many tourists places are situated such as Charminar, Falaknuma Palace, Chowmallah Palace and Makkah Masjid. Languages which are spoken here are: Hindi, Deccani-Urdu, Telugu and English where English is the business language here and mostly spoken by Hyderabadis after their mother language.
Hyderabad is an alluring city which is not only known for its food and heritage culture but also admired for its development and diversity. Further, it has the world’s renowned HICC Hyderabad International Convention Center and Ramoji Film City which are the heart of the city. The city is filled with many educational and business opportunities because many major intuitions have established themselves here such as Indian School of Business, IIT, Birla Institute of Technology & Science and many more. We can’t deny the fact that Hyderabad reflects the beautiful blend of Hindu and Muslim styles which make it an incomparable city.