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I was leaving for Hyderabad so i decided that before I leave i should tell you something about hyderabad. I am visit this city for the first time. I am going to Hyderabad with my friends to attend the merriage cermoney of my another friend Manzoor Ghazi. I will share my all journey story after returning back from it & Will Share Photos with you.

About Hyderabad

The climate of Hyderabad is hot and humid. It is situated in southern Pakistan and has been the center of literary campaigns as well as the birthplace of many poets. The city of Hyderabad is rich in culture and tradition. It is the largest bangle producer of the world and serves as a transit between rural and urban Sindh.

The city gets its name from the word “Hyder” which is the title of the cousin and son-in-law of Prophet Muhammad, Ali. The Kalhora ruler, Mian Ghulam Shah built a fort on the site where the city is situated and gave it the name Hyderabad. Under the Kalhoras, it was made the capital of Sindh. The city progressed and flourished under the Talpur rulers. The city still retains a distinct medieval atmosphere. The old buildings of the city have chimney like roof tops that catch the cool breezes during the hot summer. In a few areas cows roam the street giving it an old world charm.

There are many tourist attractions in Hyderabad. Major attractions include;

Hyderabad Fort (Packo Qilo): It is the fort built by Mian Ghulam Shah Kalhoro. It is the best landmark of Hyderabad.

Tombs of Talpur Mirs and Kalhora rulers

Institute of Sindhology Museum

Tomb of Mian Ghulam Shah Kalhoro

Old Houses of Hirabad and Amil Colony

Badshahi Bungalow and

Indus River

Hyderabad also has a cricket stadium called the Niaz Stadium. It has a seating capacity of 25,000. The city of Hyderabad is noted for its hospitality and relative religious tolerance. The members of the religious minorities are comparatively safer in Hyderabad than anywhere else in Pakistan.

Few Photos


Hyderabad Fort


Tombs Of Talpur


Hyderabad – Junction

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