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English or Hindi?

by Craven05

I know alot of people speak Telugu, but will be fine only knowing English and Hindi?

Re: English or Hindi?

by anirvansen

In Hyderabad, if you English and Hindi it will work just fine. Normally, the educated class knows more English than Hindi.



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by Craven05


Re: English or Hindi?

by india-prof

I lived in Hyderabad for four months eight years ago, and I recently revisisted the city this summer. It's basically a Hindi-speaking city, and a very large number of people can speak English well or "well enough." You'll have no trouble communicating, especially if you can speak Hindi. I, too, can speak Hindi, and most Hyderabadis are bi-lingual, if not tri-lingual.


Travel Tips for Hyderabad

Tollywood – a mini Bollywood

by wlightfoot

Visit Tollywood – a mini Bollywood in Hyderabad. It’s India's third largest film producer (after Bollywood and Kollywood) In one of the pictures listed here, you will see a picture of the Indera Gandi International Airport. Don’t get excited. This looks nothing like the real Hyderabad Airport. This is a set in Tollywood.

The real Hyderabad Airport looks much like a Greyhound bus station in downtown Atlanta / on the bad side!

CHOTE HAZRAT KI DARGAH-man made; not to attract

by siwaydi

The Chote Hazrat ki Dargah dates back to the period of Asif Jahis. You need to climb roughly 400 stairs or more to reach the place of worship. The Dargah (mortuary) was built in the memory of Hazrat Ali, the son-in-law of Prophet Mohammad. It is a pilgrimage center for the Muslims and is considered very sacred. A large number of Muslims flock this place to pay their offerings during the 8th and 10th day of Muharram, which is a prominent festival of the Muslims.

There is an interesting story behind the building of this Dargah. Legend has it that Yakoob, a eunuch in the court of Ibrahim Quli went to a hilltop after he saw Hazrat Ali seated on it in his dreams. He noticed the impression of Hazrat Ali's palm on a stone, which was similar to what he saw in his dream. He was surprised and got the impression carved out and installed in a shrine. An arch was then built over the spot. Later Ibrahim Shah constructed a mosque adjacent to the Dargah. An 'Ashurkhana', a 'Baradari' or pavilion and a 'Naqqar Khana' or a place for beating drums were added during the Qutub Shahi period.

Charminar literally...

by Archie_Oak

Charminar literally means Four Towers...and these four towers rise upto the sky from the centre of the city....
This is the oldest and the hussling bustling area of Hyderabad.....
You can locate most of the popular pearl shops in this area only, like Jagadamba Pearls.

Even the perfumes, the typical Hyderabadi Perfumes, that you get here will last for very long time. They smell strong...And not to exaggerate, but I am still using some perfumes that I had got from this place in 1998....

Hyderabad contd

by ozneb

"ICARE and B&L Optom school"

left the city and the eye institute for a day yesterday to visit the ICARE and Optometry school which is about 40mins out from Hyderabad. had some incredible scenery on the way there. Saw some amazing houses in the banjara and jubilee hill district. they are fenced up with 3-4 storeys modern styled architecture. contrastingly, right next door to these are tiny tents/shanty towns for the less fortunate.
drove pass a huge park which belongs to the last king of hyderabad who now lives in australia. the park is huge and fenced off. actually went for a walk in it last week (Rs5 for entry) and nearly got lost. its more bush land with lots of interesting signs like "don't leave anything, except your foot prints" or "don't shoot anything, except photos". didnt manage to see the palace inside it. i think it is restricted.

anwyay..getting back to my day trip...

the landscape we passed on the way there and back was quite incredible. india, as i have come to the conlusion, is rather rocky. the scenery either side was made up of huge boulders with smaller boulders on top. i think we passed an area called rock valley; there was a colourful signage which read "rock valley school" painted on one of the huge rocks.

had a great view of golconda fort on the way back and also drove pass the hi-tech city. hyderabad's nick name apparently is cyderabad..being one of india's high tech city and one of the first place to open up to foreign multinational companies in india. hi-tech city was built for this purpose. it didnt seem much like a city to me...more like just one round multi storeyed cylindrical building. there is a film production house and an arts n craft area next door.

went out in the evening with the girls as usual. Maaz, one of the ophthals doing his residency drove us to a nice place for shopping and dinner. it was good for once to have someone explain the different items on the menu to us. we had fish curry, paneer (a sort of cheese) curry and a vegetable curry.
conversation was hilarious...thanks to anna..who opened to the topic of karma sutra....after a short forray into beastiality! lol. i am sure we were entertaining all the other tables around us.

after dinner i tried some paan which is the stuff they chew to clean their teeths. kinda like a chewing gum but not chewy. it was sweet and kinda soap powdery sort of smell to it...wrapped with leaves. as it was dark i couldnt see what colour it was when i spat it out...but from my past experience where someone spat paan out of a bus window onto my foot...i'd imagine it to be browny red with black bits in it.

on our way home, maaz took us for a drive and showed us outside his home (one of those mansions facing the king's park). he said he'll show us inside his house on saturday. can't wait!


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