Hotel Sitara Grand

15-24-20/22, MIG Phase-1 & 2 K.P.H.B. Colony, K.P.H.B. Colony, Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh, 500072, In
Hotel Sitara Grand Kukatpally
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Forum Posts

How can I get to Ramachandrapuram (BHEL Township), Hyderabad from chennai?

by rajinib

I have to reach below address in hyderabad from chennai.

Mangala Kalyana Mandapam
Near Venkateshwara Temple
B.H.EL-town ship
Hyderabad – 502032

Please let me know the exact route.

Re: How can I get to Ramachandrapuram (BHEL Township), Hyderabad from chennai?

by vpas

in case you are coming from chennai by train,get off at the either at secunderabad. then take an auto,cab to bhel and the route is balanagar,then bHEL.You could also get off at nampally which is usually the last stop of the trains from chennai and then the route is mehdipatnam,gachibowli,lingampalli,b.h.e.l..however the train takes a while from secunderabad to nampally so the first one is better.
hope this helps,

Re: How can I get to Ramachandrapuram (BHEL Township), Hyderabad from chennai?

by suru

Ramachandrapuram is on the nationa high way leading to Mumbai.

Best option would be to get off at Secunderbad train station and take a bus or an auto. There used to be a bus station at the entrance of secunderbad station(not sure if it still exits).You can take a direct bus to Ramachandrapuram.
You will pass thru Kukatpalli, lingampalli areas.Depending up on the traffic, a taxi should take about 40mnts from Secunderabad.

You don't need to worry about the route as you get into bus or a taxi, you will hit national highway very soon that leads to Mumbai.

All the best.

Travel Tips for Hyderabad

Perfumery in the bylanes

by alycat about Deccan Bahar Co.

This old perfumery has been selling Indian perfumes and has been drawing discerning customers for the past 50 years or more--from the time of the last Nizams to the present day connoisseurs.

It is easy to get lost in the congested, grubby and choked by lanes of old Hyderabad, Afzal Gunj. Here, it seems, time stopped somewhere in the medieval ages. There’s neither hurry nor urgency. People set their own lazy pace. But in these congested surroundings there is one place that doesn’t take too long to locate. One is virtually led by one’s nose to this Deccan Bahar Ittar [perfume] shop. The aroma of exotic perfumes wafts through the road when you pass it through after the Osmania Hospital where the shop is located.

Ittar has tantalized the nerves of generations much before synthetic perfumes began trickling in from the West and took over in popularity and demand. But Ittar has stood the test of time and competition and today is the most commonly used perfume in Hyderabad. Most of the present day customers of these kinda shop are those who love the exotic smell that ittar emits. Though Hindus do use it occasionally but most of the Ittar users are Muslim. That’s because they traditionally know the true appeal of the ittar, but most importanly because Ittar is alcohol free and thats what's the Doc ordered for muslims.

Ittar was commonly used in the bygone era. Romantic stories are replete with the important role ittar played in love stories. Poets like Mirza Ghalib were said to sprinkle ittar before meeting their beloved. A royal toilet was incomplete without ittar. You will find a lot of perfumes. All the youngsters there, u will find all the Polo's, Gucci's, Davidoff's, Jovan Musk's and a horde of sweet nothings for My Lady aswell.

Guys try n pick up Jannatul Firdaus, ummmm. Sold in bottles the size varies, so does the prize, the least around 50 Indian rupees.

Hitech City

by srhussaini

One of the modern monuments of trade and technology, it embodies the newfound attitude of Hyderabad and today finds a place of pride. Situated on the outskirts of the city, it is the nucleus of Cyberabad, the IT destination in these parts of the world

I am just exploring the city now

by Rupanworld

I am currently on my trip to Hyderabad, Bangalore and Secunderabad. This trip is more important to me because this is the first time I am travelling alone with my daughter. I want to make her a travel bug like me, and this is the first chance.
Please come back later. I promise to put up here a great Hyderabad travel page with helpful tips.


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