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Holiday in Hyderabad

Hyderabad is famous for many things – pearls, biryani and the many IT companies. But what many don’t know is the city’s potential as a great vacation spot. 901 more words


Mining Golconda

Golconda Fort is long dead. Gone are the Kakatiyas who built it in 11434, gone are the Bahmanis. Gone is the Qutb Shahi dynasty which built the fort again in impregnable stone: 11 kilometres around, its outer walls, with spikes that dared war-elephants and Aurangzeb himself. 2,144 more words


The Untold Story

I’ve been thinking of starting a travel blog for quite sometime but did not have the right motivation to start even thought I had content to post online for casual readers, travel enthusiasts and amateur photographers like me to read and get motivated to travel and see the world. 305 more words


The Fantastical Indian Ruritania: Hyderabad

If you are a voracious reader and an ardent traveller then you will be able to relate with the feeling of wanting to visit a place after having read about it in a novel or travel journal. 2,361 more words


Big and Point of View

Here’s my interpretation for today’s topic, Big. This picture was taken a few days back, while on a trip to Hyderabad.