Reliant Suites - Madhapur

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American Consulate

by americantourist2

Thanks for all the replies! I appreciate everyone that had answered and all the input. My trip to HYDERABAD is at the end of the week - i've heard it's been unusually COLD weather in hyderabad this January - so I guess I'll keep the skimpy mini-skirts at home. lol

Anyway, one more very important question that I'm not able to locate any information on. Where is there an American Consulate in Hyderabad?? In the event of needing it - where could I find assistance?? This seems to be an important question so i'll post it in the main question area. Again, thanks to all for the advise!

Re: American Consulate

by travelmad478

There's no US consulate in Hyderabad, which is not a top city by Indian standards. The US government offices are in the four largest Indian cities: the embassy is in Delhi and there are consular offices in Mumbai, Calcutta, and Chennai.

From the consular information page:

-- The U.S. Embassy in New Delhi is located at Shantipath, Chanakyapuri 110021; telephone (91)(11)2419-8000; fax (91)(11)2419-0017. The Embassy's Internet home page address is http://usembassy.state.gov/delhi.html/.

-- The U.S. Consulate General in Mumbai (Bombay) is located at Lincoln House, 78 Bhulabhai Desai Road, 400026, telephone (91)(22) 2363-3611; fax (91)(22) 2363-0350. Internet home page address is http://mumbai.usconsulate.gov.

-- The U.S. Consulate General in Calcutta (now often called Kolkata) is at 5/1 Ho Chi Minh Sarani, 700071; telephone (91)(33) 2282-3611 through 2282-3615; fax (91)(33)2282-2335. The Internet home page address is http://calcutta.usconsulate.gov.

-- The U.S. Consulate General in Chennai (Madras) is at 220 Anna Salai, Gemini Circle,600006, telephone (91) (44) 2811-2000; fax (91)(44)2811-2027. The Internet home page address is http://chennai.usconsulate.gov.

Re: Re: American Consulate

by CliffClaven

Excellent response from Julie.

For links to US diplomatic representation worldwide, check the State Department site:
http://travel.state.gov/links.html

Re: American Consulate

by sureshraov

There is no american consulate in hyderabad. the nearest consulate is located in chennai - about 700 kilo meters from hyderabad. you can always assist by them through net. for any emergency assistance you can take local police help. Here local police are very polite and they will assist you in case of any help.

If you are coming to hyderabad, you just call to me so that I can help you in your tip.

my number is
V.Suresh rao 091-040-23161077 (R)
091-040-23095433 (o)

RE: American Consulate

by sam246

I was looking some latest info on the Americal consulate in hyderabad.
Well, I know there is going to be one now in hyderabad at last. I have heard that it is going to be functional in oct 2006.
Does anybody has latest info on the appointment scheduling and other services.
Will it be completely functioal this year..
Would appreciate your responses....

Thanks a lot.

RE: RE: American Consulate

by CliffClaven

The State Department's Office of the Inspector-General has indicated in a report:

"The Department must plan for the opening of a new consulate in a fifth Indian city very soon. OIG supports the embassy’s choice of Hyderabad and believes preliminary planning must begin now."

However, this report was issued less than three months ago. It seems most unlikely that consulate premises would be ready by October of this year.

Travel Tips for Hyderabad

plan a trip to the golconda...

by husain

plan a trip to the golconda fort. the ambience around the fort is amazing...
Built by Mohammed Quli Qutb Shah in 1525, the Golconda Fort epitomises the opulent nawabi culture of the time. Famous features of Golconda includes its system of acoustics - a hand clap at a certain point below the dome at the entrance reverbarates and can be heard clearly at the Bala Hissar, the highest point almost a kilometre away...
The impregnable fort was cradled by many dynasties and it was of strategic importance to most of the rulers. In 1518, when the Qutb Shahi dynasty was found, Golconda was made its capital. The subsequent generations saw Golconda being fortified further with several additions and the formation of a beautiful city within.
The fortress city within the walls was famous for the diamond trade and famous Ko-hi-noor diamond, which now lies embeded in the crown of the queen of england is said to have come from here.
A new attraction at the fort is a sound and light show that brings the legend of Golconda to life

Birla Temple

by y2ketan2007

The Birla temple is dedicated to Lord Venkateshwara.The granite image of the deity is 11 feet tall.South Indian,Rajasthani and Utkal temple architectural styles are combined to make this a unique temple in South India.The temple took ten years to build and was consecrated in 1976.

Salar Jung Museum
The third...

by Archie_Oak


Salar Jung Museum
The third largest museum in India, the artifacts are kept in 36 huge halls, painstakingly collected by Mir Yusaf Ali Khan, (Salar Jung III), the prime minister of Nizam of Hyderabad.
It contains over 35,000 exhibits as varied as Persian carpets, wood carvings, miniatures, armory and clothing. The Jade Room has swords, daggers and clothing of Mughal emperors and Tipu Sultan. The museum is open every day except Friday

Legacy of a dynasty

by alycat

The rule of the seven Nizams saw the growth of Hyderabad both culturally and economically. Huge reservoirs, like the Nizam Sagar, Osman Sagar, Himayath Sagar, and others were built.

Hyderabad under the Nizams was the largest princely state in India. Area wise it was as big as England. The State had its own currency, mint, railways, and postal system. There was no income tax. Mir Osman Ali Khan was one of the last ruler of the dynasty. He led a very simple life, yet he was one of the richest men in the world. His collection of artefacts n rare historic items is still one of the best in the world. He donated generously to every cause in India as well as abroad. The Osmania University, Colleges and Schools were founded throughout the state. Nearly all the public buildings such as the Osmania General Hospital, High Court, Central State Library, Assembly Hall, Jubilee Hall and other buildings in the Public Garden were built during Osman Ali Khan's reign.

Soon after India gained independence, Hyderabad State merged with the Union of India and Hyderabad became the capital of Andhra Pradesh. But i still wish that we should have lived in that era, it would have been so much more fun and so much more better in the way of facilities.

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