Hyderabad is a city full of surprises and has a fantastic hospitable atmosphere. Stories of Hyderabad's poetic past reverberate in the present which include Charminar, Taj Falaknuma Palace, Irani cafes, Hyderabadi Biryani and other attractions. Recently, Hyderabad was ranked second in the list of World's Best places to visit in 2015 by an International travel publication, Traveler. However, there is much more to be discovered in Hyderabad. Here are a few little known amazing things about Hyderabad.
Diwali Nights at Moula Ali Hill
Diwali nights from Moula Ali Darga are so grand that they will simply take your breath away. As the night is lit by the city, you will feel the thrill by bits. Spend some time with your camera and capture these amazing moments.
Water Falls - A 40 Km Drive.
Yes, you heard me right. Its small but worth visiting. You can also hike around the off beaten path but make sure you stay safe.
Route : Hyderabad Lb Nagar --> Sagar RingRoad --> BN Reddy --> Ibrahimpatnam Road --> Mal--> Ajjilapuram. You are almost there, ask for famous temple around, do some treasure hunt near the temple and you are good to go.
This scrumptious dish enriched with Ghee will definitely whet your appetite. You will find at least one plate of sambar rice being served on each table.This place is located in Basheerbagh.
This house has a 40 years of mystery revolving around it. Many unnatural deaths have been reported from this house. You may visit this place at your own risk. But one thing is for sure, it will definitely make your blood run cold. Many have feared their own shadows trying it.
Nearly 86 years on, The Deccan Pen stores proudly upholds Hyderabad's literary legacy with its fabulous fountain pens. Each pen has its patrons round the globe. More exclusive models like Deccan Author come with a gold nib and clip and take up to a month to create. Recently, Nat Geo has published an article on them.
Nat Geo Article Source: Handcrafted Fountain Pens in Hyderabad.
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