Hyderabad

Itinerary

DAY 01:

12th September – Arrive Hyderbad.

Arrive Hyderabad by train. The city of smiles, of lights, of a thousand faces, endearingly called the Pearl City, Hyderabad offers a variety of tourist attractions ranging from Heritage monuments, Lakes and Parks, Gardens and Resorts, Museums to delectable cuisine and a delightful shopping experience. To the traveller, Hyderabad offers a fascinating panorama of the past, with a richly mixed cultural and historical tradition spanning 400 colourful years.

On arrival transfer to Shanti Sarovar An oasis of peace established by the global organization - Brahma Kumaris. Situated in the happening city of ‘Hyderabad’ in sprawling 34 acres of land - Shanti Sarovar is a perfect place to relax, refresh and recharge the inner- self. As an Academy for higher learning of values and inner skills, it conducts wide spectrum of courses, retreats, seminars, workshops amidst pleasant atmosphere reverberating with waves of peace and spiritual power.

The calm and serene atmosphere along with the delightful landscaping, greenery, waterfalls, fountains, rock formations etc. compliments the campus purpose of creating better people for better tomorrow. As a place of inner reflection and self development, it has helped to nurture the spirits of thousands of people by enabling them to draw the power from the Supreme Being On arrival at Shanti Sarovar check into your rooms and relax Dinner and overnight at Shanti Sarovar

DAY 02:

13th September – In Hyderabad

After breakfast spend the day exclusively for learning Rajyoga and meditation and gaining Spiritual Knowledge.Lunch and dinner at Shanti Sarovar Overnight at Shanti Sarovar

DAY 03:

14th September – In Hyderabad

After breakfast spend the day in meditation and gaining Spiritual Knowledge. Lunch, dinner and overnight at Shanti Sarovar

DAY 04:

15th September – Sightseeing of Hyderbad

After breakfast sightseeing of Hyderabad visiting Qutub Shahi Tombs, Salarjung Museum, Charminar, Chowmahalla Palace, Golconda Fort with sound and light show.

Morning visit:

Charminar: The Charminar is as much the signature of Hyderabad as the Taj Mahal is of Agra or the Eiffel Tower is of Paris. Mohammed Quli Qutb Shah, the founder of Hyderabad, built Charminar in 1591 at the centre of the original city layout. It is said to be built as a charm to ward off a deadly epidemic raging at that time. Four graceful minarets soar to a height of 48.7 m above the ground. Charminar has 45 prayer spaces and a mosque in it. Visitors can view the architectural splendour inside the Charminar. The monument is illuminated in the evenings and a pedestrianisation project around the monument is under implementation.

Mecca Masjid: A two hundred yards southwest of the Charminar is the Mecca Masjid, so named because the bricks were brought from Mecca to build the central arch. The Qutb Shahis never finished the building of the mosque, which was completed by Aurangzeb in 1694.

Laad Baazar: This is famous, colourful shopping centre of the old city, tucked away in one of the streets leading off from Charminar. Bridal wear, Pearls and the traditional Hyderabadi glass and stone studded bangles are sold here.

Qutb Shahi Tombs: The tombs of the legendary Qutb Shahi kings lie about a kilometre away from Banjara Darwaza of the Golconda Fort. Planned and built by the Qutb Shahis themselves, these tombs are said to be the oldest historical monuments in Hyderabad. They form a large group and stand on a raised platform. The tombs are built in Persian, Pathan and Hindu architectural styles using grey granite, with stucco ornamentation, the only one of its kind in the world where an entire dynasty has been buried at one place

Afternoon after lunch visit:

Chow Mohalla Palace: Built in several phases by the Nizams between 1857-1869, this is now one of the heritage buildings. The complex comprises four palaces in Moghal and European styles, of which the main palace is double storeyed with the others being single-storeyed blocks.

Golconda Fort: Golconda is one of the famous forts of India. The name originates from the Telugu w ords “Golla Konda” meaning “Shepherd’s Hill”. The origins of the fort can be traced back to the Yadava dynasty of Deogiri and the Kakatiyas of Warangal. Golconda was originally a mud fort, which passed to the Bahmani dynasty and later to the Qutb Shahis, who held it from 1518 to 1687 A.D. The first three Qutb Shahi kings rebuilt Golconda, over a span of 62 years. The fort is famous for its acoustics, palaces, ingenious water supply system and the famous Fateh Rahben gun, one of the cannons used in the last siege of Golconda by Aurangzeb, to whom the fort ultimately fell.

Sound & Light Show at Golconda Fort: The glorious past of Golconda Fort is narrated effectively with matchless Sound and Light effects. The unique Sound & Light Show takes you right back in time, when Golconda was full of life, glory and grandeur.Evening return to Shanti Sarovar. Dinner and overnight at Shanti Sarovar

DAY 05 :

16th September – Visit to Ramoji Film City

After breakfast at Shanti Sarovar visit Ramoji Film City for a full day tour with lunch Evening return to Shanti Sarovar. Dinner and overnight at Shanti Sarovar

DAY 06 :

17th September – Depart Hyderabad

Morning breakfast at Shanti Sarovar. Later transfer to the railway station for your onward journey

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