First, A Bit About Me:
I am Mohammed Nizam, 30years old .I am a SAP Basis/Security consultant working in this area for almost 4 years now currently working with IBM. In addition, I often do Support and Performance tasks in Bank analyzer, BI server (like trying out the new UI5 features).
About my born place:
Born in Nizamabad District and Brought up Hyderabad. Completed my masters from Hyderabad. Basically called a Hyderabadi.
Must Eat in Hyderabad…
Hyderabad is incomplete without talking about its food – a rich blend of royal Mughlai flavours, Nizams special, and spice-up culinary traditions of South India.
Must eat dishes in Hyderabad are:
- Hyderabadi Biryani
Most popular dish of Hyderabad is Hyderabadi Biryani. Ask anybody about their favorite dish of Hyderabad, and they will definitely tell you Hyderabadi Biryani.
Prepared in a unique style – a blending of Mughal kitchen with the style of cooking practised by the Nizams – Hyderabadi Biryani has a distinct aroma.
Biryani has many variants like Mutton Biryani, Chicken Biryani, Biryani Khaam, Biryani Zard or Zafrani or the most exotic of all Joban Malti Biryani in which mutton, partridges and quails were cooked with rice.
Hyderabadi Biryani Dish
Must try during Ramadan…
If you are here during the month of Ramadan (Holy Month of Muslims) then you should never miss “Haleem” the best dish Hyderabad has to offer. Muslims break Ramzan fast with this perfect dish because of its high nutritional value. Nothing can quite beat the flavor, taste and consistency of the Haleem you get here. Haleem or minced meat cooked with butter and ground wheat.
Also it is a traditional opening dish during important ceremonies. So not only in Ramadan but in rest of the year also you can try Haleem.
Best places to try Haleem are Pista House (very famous specially for Haleem) near Charminar, Madina Hotel and Nayaab Hotel at Old city and Cafe 555 at Masab Tank. I get chance to eat Haleem from Cafe 555 daily, as my home and office is very close to it.
The Hyderabad Rajiv Gandhi International Airport at Shamshabad will help Hyderabad take the giant leap into tomorrow.
Located 22 km from the city of Hyderabad, in India named after former prime minister of India, Rajiv Gandhi.
A Kingfisher Airlines Airbus A320, became the first plane to land at the Rajiv Gandhi International Airport at 15:10 on Tuesday, February 12th 2008.
Hyderabad International Airport at Shamshabad
Salient features of the Airport
- India’s first Greenfield Airport developed through a Public Private Partnership initiative.
- Mandate to Build, Own and Operate the Airport for 60 years
- Terminal with initial capacity to handle 12 million passengers per annum
- Modern concept of an Airport Village for use of all “meeters and greeters”
- Great leisure and shopping experience, featuring global brands across Duty Free, Retail, Food and Beverage categories
- Transport facility from across the city through Shuttle Buses, Radio Taxis and Executive Car Service
- Country’s longest runway 4.26 km, ensuring smooth take – offs and landings
- 130 common check-in, 16 self check-in and 46 immigration counters, providing smooth passenger flow and minimum queuing
- Four level in-line baggage handling security system
- Ample parking facilities for over 3000 cars
- A 308 Room Business Hotel as part of Airport facility
- 25 Room lounge with shower and nap room facilities
- A 17 bed medical centre with quality health care for passengers
Hyderabad Tourist Attractions
Best places to see in Hyderabad
Andhra Pradesh has a rich cultural heritage. The rich history, architecture and culture makes the natives feel proud. The beautiful beaches, hills, wildlife, forests and temples let the state vital for visitors of every age. Here we try to brief some of the places without seeing which the tour of Andhra Pradesh is incomplete.
The Charminar is a signature minaret of Hyderabad . The square shaped building of granite is build upon four arches each in four different directions.
Each corner of the square structure has a meter high. It is because of these four minars the building is called Charminar. Each minar rises from a lotus-leaf base which is practically a characteristic feature of Qutub Shahi buildings.
It is the largest mosque in the world situated beside Charminar which accommodates nearly 10,000 people at one time. Mecca Masjid is so called because it is said that the bricks used to build the central arch were brought from Mecca. Though Qutb Shahis started the project it was Aurangzeb who completed it in 1694. Fifteen graceful arches; five in each of the three sides, support the roof.
Salar jang Museum is situated on southern bank of river Musi. The museum has 34 galleries. Special sections for children and library are housed in which good collections of Mir Yusuf Ali Khan and others from all over the world is there. Other than these, exquisite collection of precious piece of Ivory and Marble sculptures forms the collection.
It is a film studio with all kind of arrangements for filmmakers and many entertainment settings for youth. The complex spreads in 2,000 acres. Film producer Ramoji Rao, opened the place in 1996 in association with Usha Kiron Movies. It is also a popular tourism and recreation centre.
Golconda fort is one of the famous forts of India originated in Kakatiyas period. Earlier Golconda was a mud fort which was later rebuilt by Qutb Shahi Kings.
The fort has amazing acoustics and ingenious water supply system and also has the famous Fateh Rahben gun. Sound & Light Show happens at Golconda Fort.