Category Archives: Travel & Tourism

Posted On: October 17, 2014

Hyderabad gets a new weekend hangout – Bhagyanagar Nandanavanam!

Bhagyanagar-Nandanavanam-FI

Hyderabad now has a new lung space – a beautiful nature park spread over an area of 200 hectares, on the Hyderabad- Warangal highway at Narapally. Read more →

Posted On: September 11, 2014

Glory of Kakatiya Empire

The impregnable Warangal Fort was built during the reign of king Ganapatideva. Read more →

Posted On: August 27, 2014

City to Get Rose Garden Soon

Rose-garden-to-hyderabad-city

The city will soon boast of another landmark, a rose garden being developed by the Hyderabad Metropolitan Development Authority (HMDA). Read more →

Posted On: August 22, 2014

Adilabad, an idyllic haven for bikers

Adilabad district is the place where the nature-loving motorcyclists need to be. Read more →

Posted On: July 26, 2014

Invitation for “Jatara Drushyam”

Posted On: July 25, 2014

A package tour that takes you to Nizam era

By: V. RISHI KUMAR HYDERABAD: Now a package tour in the City of Pearls of Hyderabad, which provides a glimpse of the Nizami era, their palaces. The Telangana Tourism Development … Read more →

Posted On: July 10, 2014

అద్భుతాలకు నిలయం ఛాయా సోమేశ్వరాలయం: ‘ఛాయ’ మిస్టరీ వీడినది

అద్భుతాలకు నిలయం ఛాయా సోమేశ్వరాలయం: ‘ఛాయ’ మిస్టరీ వీడినది. Read more →

Posted On: May 23, 2014

Tourist Places in Nalgonda

Ettipothalu _ Nagarjunasagar

Nalgonda district is home to several renowned historic, religious and natural tourist attractions. These places are ideal to visit as day-trips from Hyderabad with family, and kids. Nalgonda was earlier … Read more →

Posted On: May 12, 2014

Tourist Places in Mahabubnagar

Alampur _ Mission Telangana

The most interesting place to see in Mahabubnagar is the famous banyan tree called Pillalamrri, which is about 4 km from the town. Read more →

Posted On: May 8, 2014

Where History Comes Full Circle

A circular building located within the State department of Archaeology and Museums beckons one with a rustic looking threshold similar to what you see at temples. Read more →