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The Char Minar gate, Hyderabad, in the an albumen photo, possibly by Lala Deen Dayal Rare Pictures, Historical Pictures, Rare Photos, Old Photos, Colonial India, India Facts, History Of India, Vintage India, Mystery Of History

The Char Minar gate

The Char Minar gate, Hyderabad, in the 1880's; an albumen photo, possibly by Lala Deen Dayal

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26 Reasons Why I Would Rather Be From Hyderabad Than Anywhere Else

Only a true Hyderabadi will know what it means to be from the City of Pearls. Vibrant, ancient yet evolving, here are 26 reasons to love Hyderabad!

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HYDERABAD Once upon a time !

B A 1902 picture of the official elephants that carried the Nizam, Mahbub Ali Khan, Asaf Jah VI on ceremonial occasions, shot in the backdrop of the Charminar. These were the same elephants upon which the Nizam went to attend the Delhi Durbar in 1903. (C) Times of India, Hyderabad edition dated 05-Oct-2013.

آخر الخلفاء العثمانيين السلطان عبد المجيد الثاني مع ابنته الاميرة خيرية عائشة درالشهوار - 1931 History Of India, World History, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Turkish People, Old Egypt, Madina, Ottoman Empire, 16th Century

آخر الخلفاء العثمانيين السلطان عبد المجيد الثاني مع ابنته الاميرة خيرية عائشة درالشهوار - 1931

Banquet held in the Durbar Hall, Laxmi Vilas Palace, Baroda on the occasion of a state visit of Maharaja Ganga Singh of Bikaner, 1934 Antique Photos, Vintage Photographs, Old Photos, Vintage Photos, Villas, Indian Prince, Silver Tea Set, India Facts, History Of India

Indian Maharajas, Palaces and Jewels

The Maharajas had an appetite for luxury goods and all the purveyors of Western luxury were in India during the Raj; today they cater to India's new maharajas.

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Falaknuma Palace is one of the finest palaces in Hyderabad, Telangana, India. Designed by an Englishman it housed many wealthy and powerful men. Now a luxurious hotel and tourist spot, this palace still captures the beauty it held. Top Hotels, Hotels And Resorts, Best Hotels, Luxury Hotels, Luxury Lodges, Most Luxurious Hotels, India Architecture, Landscape Architecture, Jaipur

Live Like Royalty in India

Many of India’s architectural wonders—palaces, forts, and noble houses—have been transformed into magical boutique hotels, giving travelers a unique view into the country’s past. These incredible properties are at the top of our don’t-miss list