About city of Hyderabad

Hyderabad is the capital city of Telangana state. However, Hyderabad is also a hub of the technology industry and have a chain of various renowned restaurants and shops. It has also traditional symbols like Golconda Fort and leading diamond trading centre. There is also a charming of the 16th-century mosque whose four arches support minarets; it also considered old city landmark near long-standing Laad Bazaar. Hyderabad also has the largest population of 6.8 million. Hyderabad is 500 meters above from the sea level and situated on the Deccan Plateau. Most of its area is rocky, and Paddy is the main crop grown including other crops like Bengal gramme, groundnut, sugarcane and sunflower.

History of Hyderabad

Mir Qamar-ud-din Khan was the one who founded Hyderabad state and was the governor of Deccan under Mughal Empire from 1713 to 1721. But In 1724, Qamar-ud-din Khan had once again resumed his rule under the title of Asaf Jah. His other title Nizam ul-Mulk became the title of his position "Nizam of Hyderabad". However, in archaeological survey archaeologists have found Iron Age sites in Hyderabad that are 2,500 years old.

In 1947 after collaboration with India Hyderabad became a princely state of India. But immediately after joining hands with India the Nizam had to sign an Instrument of Accession to the Union of India to keep Hyderabad integral part of India. In 1956, by 1st of November, the province of Hyderabad was divided into Karnataka, Maharashtra and Andhra Pradesh by their language. So, later Hyderabad came into the Telugu speaking community and became the capital of Andhra Pradesh.

As per our history, Mohammed Quli Qutub Shah of the Qutub Shahi dynasty has designed and built the city of Hyderabad. The structure of Charminar is a monument and mosque in Hyderabad was built in 1591 AD. It is one of the famous building of Hyderabad and also among world famous buildings of the world. Muhammad Quli Qutb Shahi made it to celebrate the end of a deadly plague.

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