Wednesday, July 25, 2012

steel and electronic and home appliances shops in shadnagar

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25th july wed day

Sun flower Oil brought from Ganesh traders plus some powder seen him selling some more nuts etc;Umbrella problem was clearly visible; some other lady joined lady cobbler; sudden Police checking near marvadi and milk shop;
Munching need noted;sudden change is pune Rx added in;
net became bit slower need to go back to get Curd on rain;
hyd races imran and ps chouhan began quickly;
Ramzan season fruit

Gua fruit seller at shadnagar

Best apple ever seen on road

Alu bukara whats this?

Oranges on road
some discussion at ganesh traders outside;abt trains;on top;

25 july post pan card providers in hyderabad

Sleep failed suddenly and long wide awakenand alone ;decided to go to shadnagar  slept at travel one success there;d w renewals  failed miserably unable to walk for long time noted had to retire early this one is looking very problamatic bus journey very best; that lady cobblers pic took coffee guys pic gave good response; tiffen at home  had heavy rice intake due to possible left over;some one died but failed to take that pic it was very sudden anyway;
morning fired nadaswarm guy;hey some of the near by areas ppl are watching me;

videos of prathibha patil heard again 3 times in morning thanks to net at home;

called Madhu had his feedback;many stickers stiking work did at field;
Gta came back at evening  fired her for no call;pedalo failed??
some of wall posters pics took this time thanks to camera and net at home;
after rejecting Rajus call at night no feedback from him; no call from chalapathi even??

Long work after field work posted 14 districts info at blog which was saved from long back;
many pics took on the field majority fruit vendors on pavement;
my blog pics need to be saved that threat is fast emerging need to seriously think on this;

did my venkat ramana name of vendors saved me today? well thats new turn;
sudden request of oil emerged at home;
sudden threat fro GTA on Ega;ATT file created for the month;
news of madhu leaving hyd; shadnagar looks more potencial 50 of hardware shops;
call from tirupathi hotel guy edited his request later;
Thank god camera is working again;


shadnagar 25/7/12

4.super market
8.steel guy(Ok)
10.dw;(for renewal)new global
12.cell phone shop;
almost 30 stickers; kept;
more pics from streets;
no work;no work;(24th,23rd)
13.rx bangalore(JP)
14.challa(wine shops 6596
15.excise sunilkumar 8106441235
16.erragadda dw
18.twitter ids;
20 ncc
21.ctax stickers letter for meeting
24.friends emails collected;
27.shobanachalam visitng cards again
29.rx preparation
30.more t ids;
31.paper reading;

warangal andhra pradesh

Warangal, once the capital of the Kakatiya Kingdom lying south of the River Godavari, is the fifth largest city in Andhra Pradesh located about 157 kms from Hyderabad. It is an important cultural centre of the Telangana region. The ancient history, beautiful lakes, fine architectural temples, rich fauna and flora have contributed its importance to Warangal as a Tourist Centre.

guntur city andhra pradesh

Andhra Pradesh, located 40 miles (64 km) to the north and west of the Bay of Bengal. It is approximately 1,000 miles (1,600 km) to the south of the capital, New Delhi. The city has an estimated population of 818,330 (514,707 as per 2001 census) with an Urban Agglomeration of approximately 1,028,667. Guntur is one of the larger (tier-2) cities in the country.
Guntur is a centre of learning and the administrative capital of Guntur district, which is home of historically significant Amaravati, Bhattiprolu and Sitanagaram monuments. The city is also a centre for business, industry, and agriculture. The region is identified as a major transportation and textile hub in India. Additionally, the Guntur area economy has an agricultural component that is internationally known for its exports of chillies, cotton, and tobacco.

The Kingdom of Pratipalapura of 500 BCE (Bhattiprolu in Guntur district), appears to be the earliest known kingdom in south India. The earliest recorded reference of Guntur comes from the Idern plates of Ammaraja I (922-929 CE), the Vengi Chalukyan king. Guntur also appears in two other inscriptions dated 1147 CE and 1158 CE. The original Sanskrit (ancient Vedic culture/tradition) name for Guntur was Garthapuri (a place surrounded by water ponds
An old temple at Garthapuri
The 'Agasthyeswara Sivalayam' in the old city is an ancient temple for Lord Siva . It has inscriptions on two stones in 'Naga Lipi' (an ancient script) dating back to about 1100 CE. The backyard of the temple hosts a very historic tree . It is said that Agastya built the temple in the last Treta-Yuga around the Swayambhu Linga and hence it has this name. The 'Nagals' were said to have ruled the region at that time. More recently, the region was under the Nizam's rule (known as jagir of Nawab Salabat Jung till 1788) prior to the colonial period. During colonial rule, Guntur was under the control of the French and then the British, until India's independence. The region has been historically known for Buddhism and the first Kalachakra ceremony performed by Buddha himself
The place of Sitanagaram and the Guthikonda Caves can be traced (through Vedic Puranas) back to the last Treta-Yuga and Dwapara-Yuga (Traditional Time scale: 1.7 to 0.5 million years ago,

chittoor ap india

Chittoor district is a part of Rayalaseema and lies in the extreme south of the state approximately between 12�37' ­ - 14�8' north latitudes and 78�3' - 79�55' east longitudes. It is bounded on the north by Anantapur and Cuddapah districts, on' the east by Nellore and Chengai-Anna districts of Tamilnadu, on the south by North Arcot Ambedkar & Dharmapuri district of Tamilnadu and on the west by Kolar District of Karnataka state. The district can be divided into two natural divisions.

The mountainous plateau comprising 31 mandals of Madanapalle division and on the east comprising the mandals of Puttur, Narayanavanam, Vadamalapeta, Kammapalle, Karvetinagar, Vedurukuppam, S.R.,puram, Pala­samudram, Nagari, Nindra, Vijayapuram, Pichatur, Nagalapuram, Satyavedu, Varada­iahpalem, B.N.Kandriga, K.V.B.Puram, Thot­tambedu, Srikalahasti and Yerpedu. Eight mandals viz., Chittoor, G.D.Neliore, Putha­lapattu, Penumuru, Gudipala, Yadamarri, Thavanampalle and Irala, stand almost as dividing line between the two natural divisions of the district. The eastern ghats are predominant in the western region and they gradually bend towards the sacred Sheshachalam hills of Tirupati, passing through Chandragiri erstwhile taluk and entering into Nellore district. The general elevation of the mountains of the district is 2,500 ft above the sea level.

adilabad district a p

The district was situated between 77.46' and 80.01' ,of the eastern longitudes and 18.40' and 19.56', of northern latitudes.The district is bounded on north by Yeotmal and Chanda district of Maharastra, on the east by Chanda district, on the south byKarimnagar and Nizamabad districts and on the west by Nanded district of Maharastra State.

The district has population of 24,79,347 as per the 2001 census which accounts for 3.13% of the total population of the State. It is however takes the fifth rank in area with an extent of 16128 Sq.kms.,Which account for 5.90% of the total area of the State. It is however,the second largest district in the Telangana consists 1743 villages,11 Towns,5 revenue divisions.The District Comprises of 52 Mandals and 1743 villages of which 1557 villages are inhabited and 186 villages are un-inhabitated. There are 7 Muncipalities in the District. 

The District is conveniently formed into 5 divisions 1)Adilabad , 2) Nirmal ,3)Utnoor, 4)Asifabad,5)Mancherial.Historical BackgroundThe district derives its name from Adilabad,its headquarters town which was named after the ruler of Bijapur, Ali Adil Shah. The district was for long not a homogenius unit and its component parts were ruled at different periods by nasties namely, the Mauryas,Staavahanas, Vakatakas,Chaludyasof Badami, Rashtrakututs, Chalukyas of Kalyani, Mughals,Bhosle Rajes of Nagpur and Asaf Jahis, besides the Gond Rajas of Sirpur and Chanda.Originally this was not full fledged district but a sub-district named Sirpur-Tandur which was created in A.D. 1872 with Edlabad(Adilabad), Rajura and Sirpur as its consistuents talukas.In 1905 the status of this sub-district was raised to that of an independent district with head quarters at Adilabad.

Ranga reddy district

The boundaries of Rangareddy district are Nalgonda district, Mahabubnagar district, Karnataka state and Medak district in the East, South, West and North directions respectively.Rivers : Musi.Major Places : Tandur, Ibrahimpatnam, Chevella, Medchl, Hayatnagar and Vikarabad.Industries : Cement factory at Tandur, Hyderabad Chemicals and Fertilizers at Moula-Ali, Midhani, H.M.T and E.C.I.LTourist Places : Himayatsagar Dam, Osmansagar Dam and Vikarabad.Pilgrimage Centers : Ananthaswamy Temple at AnanthagiripalleThis district is named after the famous freedom fighter and Telanga leader Sri. Ranga Reddy as Rangareddy district. 

This district was earlier included in the Hyderabad district and later formed as a seperate district in the year 1978.Area occupied by Forest is only 9.6% of the district area. Social forestry is making all its efforts in growing Eucalyptus trees and other plants. Quartz is found in many parts of the district and also Jambala Clays which are used in Bricks, Drainage Pipes Manufacturing.Grapes from this part of the state have acquired International recognition with Anabshahi type. 

Acharya N.G.Ranga Agricultural University (Angrau) at Rajendranagar has won many credits and recognized as the best university at the National Level. The Students of the research team and the faculty are helping the farmers in choosing the correct crop and the quality seeds for better yield.Medium Scale Industries and Cement Corporation of India's Cement Factories are established at Tandur. Hyderabad Chemicals and Fertilizers at Moula-Ali established in 1942 are to name few. Defense Ministry's MIDHANI - Mishrit Dhathu Nigam, ECIL -The First Computer to be manufactured in India, HMT are the Public Sector firms. Fresh Water reservoir on river Musi at Gandipet called Osman Sagar is the Prime Drinking Water source to the Capital City of Hyderabad. Agriculture University is established at Rajendernagar in this district where research operations for getting more yields are taking place. All the Colleges are affiliated to Osmania University.


A famous pilgrim shrine, the abode of Lord Rama, situated at the bank of holy river Godavari. A divisional head quarters and also a border place to Chattishghar and Orissa states. This piligrim town is having Rail and Road facilities, 120 Kms to district head quarters,Khammam. And 325 Kms from the state head quarters, Hyderabad (Andhra Pradesh in South India). Nearest Railway station is at Kothagudem (Bhadrachalam - Road station ), 40 Kms from this piligrim town, and nearest Air link is at Rajahmundry (Domestic), Hyderabad Begumpet (International Airport )..It is fascinating to look at India and its small towns, which combine the age-old traditions of India and also the modern manufacturing and way of life into the landscape. One such town is Bhadrachalam is located in Khammam District, Andhra Pradesh at a distance of over 300 KM slightly northeast of Hyderabad. A famous pilgrimage shrine, the abode of Lord Rama, situated at the bank of holy river Godavari, and also the home of ITC PSPD which is one of the premier paper manufacturers in the world, while retaining the charm of a rural Indian town. Combining high technology and modern facilities with stable employment, and retaining the religious and holy nature of the age-old practices makes Bhadrachalam a great place to visit.

srikakulam district

Srikakulam District formerly known as Chicacole, is the northern most district of Andhra Pradesh, India.
Srikakulam District is the extreme Northeastern District of Andhra Pradesh situated within the geographic co-ordinates of 18°-20’ and 19°-10’ of Northern latitude and 83°-50’ and 84°-50’ of Eastern longitude. The District is skirted to a distance by Kandivalasagedda, Vamsadhara and Bahuda at certain stretches of their courses white a line of heights of the great Eastern Ghats run from North East. Vizianagaram District flanks in the south and west while Orissa bounds it on the north and Bay of Bengal on the East .The total area of the District is 5837 Sq. Km. It has a population of 2537593 persons according to the 2001 census. The District derived its name from Srikakulam its headquarters town. Srikakulam District was carved out in 1950 by bifurcating it from Visakhapatnam District, it remained unaffected in its territorial jurisdiction for quite some time. But in November, 1969 the District lost 63 Villages from Saluru Taluk and 44 Villages from Bobbili Taluk on account of their transfer to the then newly constituted Gajapathinagaram Taluk of Visakhapatnam District. Again in May, 1979, the District had undergone major territorial changes on account of the formation of new District with head quarters at Vizianagaram which involved transfer of Salur, Bobbili, Parvathipuram and Cheepurupalli Taluks to the new District.
The District capital is Srikakulam, a municipality and mandal headquarters of Srikakulam mandal. Srikakulam formly known as Poor Man's ooty.

vizianagaram district

Vizianagaram district also known as Vijayanagaram district is one of the northern coastal districts of Andhra Pradesh, India. Vizianagaram town is the district headquarters. The district is bounded on the east by Srikakulam district, on the southwest by Visakhapatnam district, on the southeast by the Bay of Bengal, and on the northwest by Orissa State.
Vizianagaram district was formed on 1 June 1979, with some parts carved from the neighbouring districts of Srikakulam and Visakhapatnam. The district is named after the princely state of Vizianagaram (Vizia means victory and Nagaram means city in Telugu).

nalgonda district

Towns in the district include Nalgonda, Suryapet, Kodada, Miryalguda, Kattangur, Bhongir, Bhoodhan Pochampally, Aleru, Narkatpalli, Huzurnagar, Devarakonda, Yadagirigutta, Rajapet, Mothkur, Kapugallu and Nakrekal, Kanegal.
The rivers Krishna, Musi River, Aleru, Peddavagu, Dindi and Paleru flow through the Nalgonda district.
There are 2 major irrigation projects in Nalgonda:
Nagarjuna Sagar and
the Alimineti Madhava Reddy Project (previously known as the Srisailam Left Bank Canal)
The minor irrigation projects in the district are:
Moosi Reservoir
Dindi Reservoir
Pulichintala project under construction
Dirshanapally Mdl Noothankal
Mukundapuram mdl nereducherla.
Main Article: Yadagirigutta
The town acquired its name and fame from a sage called Yadarishi, son of the great sage Rishyasrunga who did penance inside a cave with the blessings of Anjaneya on this hill between Bhongir and Raigiri in Nalgonda district. Pleased with his deep devotion, Lord Narasimha (an incarnation of Lord Vishnu) appeared before him in five different forms as Jwala, Yogananda, Gandabherunda, Ugra and Lakshminarasimha. They later manifested themselves into finely sculpted forms that later came to be worshipped as Panchanarasimha Kshetram. As the legend goes, the Lord appeared first as Jwala Narasimha (Lord as a flame); when Yadarishi was unable to face the intensity of this apparition, he appeared in a peaceful form as Yoganarasimha (Lord in a Yogic Padmasana posture with open palms on the knees). Not satisfied with the Lord appearing alone, Yadarishi sought to see him with his consort, so he is said to have appeared with Lakshmi on his lap, known as Lakshmi Narasimha Swamy, and being worshipped by Alwars, his ardent devotees.
To see these three forms one has to go through an entrance that narrows itself into a dark cave (which in fact is surmised as the urga (fiery) form of Narasimha (the fourth form) because it was beyond the strength of a sage to see that form) and gandabherunda ( the garuda pakshi or the eagle) is the fifth form of the Lord which is said to have been found sculpted in rock underneath the Anjaneya, known as 'Kshetrapalaka' (or the one who ruled over that hill). All these forms are known as " swayambhu" or self emanated. Yadarishi is said to have been granted his wish that the place where the Lord appeared will be known by his name as Yadagiri (giri means hill in Sanskrit, and gutta which means a hillock in Telugu seems to have been a latter-day suffix) and that Lord Lakshmi Narasimha will be worshipped for many years to come.
Releted reference research work of M.Phil complited on PILGRIM TOURIST CENTER - YADAGIRIGUTTA IN NALGONDA DISTRICT-A Study done by Mr.Gollapudi.Jayaram Ancient Indian History Cultural & Archaeology Ousmania university -Hyderabad.


Medak District  is located in the state of Andhra Pradesh, India. Sangareddi is the district headquarters of Medak. The district had a population of 2,670,097 of which 14.36% were urban as of 2001,Other big towns in the Medak district include Medak, Siddipet, Narsapur, Ramayampet, Gajwel, Narayankhed, Zaheerabad and Gummadidala. IIT Hyderabad is also located in this district.
Medak district is adorned by many temples depicting fine architectural splendours. They are located in the Bonthapally (Veerabhadra Swamy Temple, located at 25 km to the north of Hyderabad), Ismailkhanpet near to Sangareddy (Sapta Prakarauta Bhavani Mata Temple, located at 35 km to the Hyderabad), Zarasangam, Edupailu (Kanakadurga Temple, 8 km from Medak town, on the banks of Manjira river), Nachagiri temples (Lakshmi Narasimha Swamy Temple, 55 km from Hyderabad), Siddipet (Koti Ligeshwara Swamy Temple)and Chegunta Sri Kalyana Venkateshwara Swami Devasthaanam, Vasavi Kanyaka Parameshwari Ammavari Devalayam, Swayam Bhoo Mahakali Devasthaanam, Anjaneya Swami devalayam to name a few.sri sri chamundeshwari ammawari temple at chitkula village of andhole mandal,nearer to the jogipeta town. on the banks of manjira is also a famous shakti temple which is founded by sri ramanayya garu.The joginatha temple at jogipet & surya devalayam at dakur village are also equally important places in the district.and other one is kowdipally mandal tuniki village in this village is the famous tempal is nalla pochamma.from hyd to 60 km only.

khammam district

Khammam District is a district in Andhra Pradesh, India. It had a population of 2,565,412[1] of which 19.81% were urban as of 2001 census. Khammam town is the district headquarters. The present name of Khammam is said to have been derived from the name of the temple 'Narsimhadri', later 'Stamba Sikhari' and then it was termed as 'Stambhadri'[citation needed]. The name of the town Khammam seems to have been derived from the name of this hill of Kamba and the town was named as Khammam Mettu which was later renamed as Khammam. 

krishna district

Krishna District is a district of India's Andhra Pradesh state. It is named after the Krishna River which flows through the district. It has a population of 4,187,841 of which 32.08% is urban as of 2001.
Machilipatnam is the administrative headquarters of the district. Vijayawada is the commercial center of the district. The district is bounded by Khammam District to the north-west, West Godavari District to the north-east, the Bay of Bengal to the south-east, Guntur District to the southwest, and Nalgonda District to the west.
Krishna district is well known for its pre-university educational centers.

nizamabad district

Nizamabad pronunciation (help·info) (Telugu: నిజామాబాదు) is a city and a municipal corporation in Nizamabad District in the state of Andhra Pradesh, India. It is the headquarters of the district. It has a population of 366,956 agglomeration (390,325 per 2006 census). Nizamabad is the 10th largest city, in the state of Andhra Pradesh. Nizamabad Town is one of 36 mandals in the Nizamabad district.
Nizamabad was formerly known as Induru and Indrapuri. It was ruled by the king Indra Vallabha Panthya Varsha Indra Som, of the Rashtrakuta Dynasty, in the 8th century, and took its name from him. In 1905 the railway line between Secundrabad and Manmad was constructed. The railway station was named after then ruler of the Nizam state Nizam-ul-Mulk as Nizamabad. The railway line connects Hyderabad and Mumbai. It is like North-South corridor. Has the distance of 161 km (100 mi) from Hyderabad and 640 km (400 mi) from Mumbai.
The Nizam Sagar dam was constructed in the year 1923 across the Manjira River at the village of (Achampeta) Achampet. It irrigates 250,000 acres (1,000 km2; 390 sq mi) of land in Nizamabad district.
Nizamabad is in the north of Andhra Pradesh in the district of Nizamabad. It has many towns like Bodhan, Armuru, Kamareddy and Bainswada, In Bhodan town there is Nizam Sugar Factory. In early years it was the biggest in the Asian continent. Bodhan is a town with a mixture of people from many cultural and religious backgrounds, comprising primarily of Hindus and Muslims as well as Christians and other religious communities. Once it was the capital at the time of the Rashtrakuta Dynasty.
Recently, Telangana University was established at Nizamabad, which serves the three districts of Adilabad, Medak and Nizamabad.

west godavari district

West Godavari District is one of the 23 districts of Andhra Pradesh, India. Eluru, is the district headquarter. The district had a population of 3,803,517 of which 9.74% were urban as of 2001.
Other important places in the district are Akividu, Achanta, Bhimavaram, Narsapur, Palakollu, Kovvur, Nidadavole, Tallapudi, Tanuku, Tadepalligudem, Jangareddigudem and Koyyalagudem.
The district is in the delta region of the Krishna and Godavari rivers. Khammam District lies to the north, East Godavari District to the east, the Bay of Bengal to the south, and Krishna District to the west.

beaches in andhra pradesh

Introduction to the Bheemunipatnam Beach in Andhra Pradesh: Bheemunipatnam Beach is one of the most exquisite tourist locales at Andhra Pradesh and is often traveled by the tourists. It offers a calm and serene atmosphere for them and also ensures full fledged entertainment for the visitors.
Hemmed by the verdant coconut plantations on one side the golden sand dunes of the sea beaches reckon its glorious past. The Dutch settlements and consequent enrichment of the beach often surfaces as a flashback. This is because of the abundant Forts and cemeteries of the Dutch that fills the Bheemunipatnam Beach region
Description of the Bheemunipatnam Beach: The Bheemunipatnam Beach is located 24 kilometers from the main city of Vishakhapatnam. River Gosthani lies in the Bheemunipatnam Beach region. It is a medium sized east flowing river that originates on the Ananthagiri Hills of the Western Ghats. At the place of its origin the Borra Caves are located.
In 1963 the Thatipudi Reservoir Project had been constructed over the Gosthani River. It provides drinking water to the main city of Vishakhapatnam. The river meets the sea (Bay of Bengal) at Bheemanipatnam. On the way to Bheemunipatnam Beach the Erramattidibbalu lures the tourists.
This is a kind of red sand that lies on the beaches of the Gosthani River. The town on its banks is filled with numerous pilgrim centers, old churches and temples which offer a soothing sight for the visitors at Bheemunipatnam Beach. The clock tower, light house and the port adds to the charm of the place

borra caves

About 90 kilometers from Visakhapatnam, the Borra Caves are the second largest natural caves in the Indian subcontinent. Stretching over the Eastern Ghats the caves occupy an area of 2 square kilometers.
Located at a height of 1400 feet, the Borra Caves are popular tourist sites in Andhra Pradesh. The history of the Borra Caves dates back to more than one million years.
The Borra Caves are limestone caves which were formed by the Gosthani River. The region was an area of limestone deposits. The limestone eroded by the river deposited in the region which after many years became the Borra Caves.


IntroductionLocated about 11 kilometers from Hyderabad, the Golconda Fort is one of the most magnificent forts of India. This ruined fortress has a glorious history which dates back to the 12th century.
History of Golconda FortIt is believed that the construction of the fort began in 1143 during the reign of the Kakatiya Dynasty. The history of the place saw many changes and the Kakatiya rule was taken over by the Warangal and later by the Bahmani Sultanate. After the decline of the Bahmani dynasty, with the coming of the Qutub Shahi kings in 1507, the Golconda Fort gained immense importance.
Originally a mud fort, the Shahi kings expanded the fort and renovated into impressive granite structure measuring about 5 kilometers in circumference. Until 1590, it remained the capital of the Shahi dynasty.
The fortress later fell into the hands of the Aurangzeb in 1687 after the kingdom was taken over by the Mughal forces.
Description of Golconda FortThe Golconda Fort is built on a granite hill, which is about 120 meters high. Comprising four walls, 87 semi-circular citadels, 8 gateways, 4 bridges and numerous halls, temples, palaces and mosques, the Golconda Fort is a well-known tourist destination. The entrance of the Golconda Fort is through the Fateh Darwaza or the Victory Gate.

tourism in andhra pradesh

A visit to the Salar Jung Museum in Hyderabad is indeed a very enriching experience. You are sure to be startled at the amazing collection of art and artifacts. The fact that the Salar Jung Museum in Hyderabad is visited by more than a million visitors each year speaks volumes about its popularity as a tourist attraction. The Salar Jung Museum in Hyderabad is believed to be the result of the initiative taken by a single man.
Nawab Mir Yusuf Ali Khan, popularly known as Salar Jung III was an art lover and is regarded as the chief architect of this conglomeration. In fact the collection in this Andhra Pradesh museum is the largest one man collection in the world. Inaugurated on 16th December 1951 by Jawaharlal Nehru, the Salar Jung Museum in Hyderabad was originally housed in the Dewan Devdi palace. Later in the year 1968, the museum was shifted to a new site. During the colonial rule, a large chunk of the vast treasure of Indian art was shifted to other countries. But on account of the efforts taken by Salar Jung III, a part of it could be retrieved. There are 19 galleries in the ground floor and 16 galleries in the first floor of this museum. The galleries have an enormous collection and it is near impossible to cover the entire Salar Jung Museum in Hyderabad in one visit. This museum of Andhra Pradesh contains specimens of Indian, Middle Eastern, Far Eastern and European art. There is a special section for children. Book lovers also like frequenting the Salar Jung Museum in Hyderabad because there is a rich reference library as well as a reading room in the museum. Rare Arabic, Urdu and Persian manuscripts are also to be found in the Salar Jung Museum in Hyderabad. The exquisite sculptures, the ivory chairs presented by Louis XV of France to Tipu Sultan, the enamoring oil paintings by Italian artistes, the potteries from Germany and France, the glassware from various European countries, the Persian carpets, the Japanese lacquer ware are just a few instances of the priceless collection of this museum. The chief attractions of the Salar Jung Museum in Hyderabad are the marble statue of veiled Rebecca by the Italian genius GB Benzoni and the 19th century musical clock from England where a soldier strikes a gong to indicate the hour of the day. The Salar Jung Museum in Hyderabad remains open from 10’o clock in the morning to 5’o clock in the evening on all days except Fridays and notified public holidays.

25th july;Pratibha Patil's farewell speech to the nation

Pratibha Patil's farewell speech to the nation

my chai master;

25 th july anti tobacco-smoking intitiative by apollo hospitals

atti tobacco intitiative by apollo 

lady cobbler with daughter narayanaguda hyderabad

I have been watching this lady with her daughter;In free time she works to some vendors to carry water;she lives near narayanaguda fly over home less;lady cobbler; i dont know who saves her in night times; tough life really;

hostels in narayanaguda

girls hostels in narayanaguda hyderabad

25 th july posts

theres plan to go to shamshabad after taking prints;


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