History – Hyderabad is the capital of Andhra Pradesh, India. The city is often known with the sobriquet The City of Pearls.Hyderabad was founded by Muhammad Quli Qutb Shah in 1591 AD on the banks of river Musi located in the Deccan region at the crossroads of North and South India, The city had developed a unique culture that is reflected in its life style, language and architecture. In the past, Hyderabad was a global center of large diamonds and pearls trade. Hyderabad is home to some well known historical sites including UNESCO Asia Pacific Heritage site of the Chowmahalla Palace. The city is also a regular tourist hotspot and carries many places of interest.
Jain Antiques at Hyderabad Museum – We can find many Jain idols at the museum in Hyderabad. They include an idol of Tirthankara brought from a place called Bapatal, about four feet high idol of bhagwan Parshwanatha in the kayotsarga posture flanked by Darendra Yaksha and Padmavathi Yakshi surrounded by the 24 Tirthankaras, a Tirthankara with a Srivatsa mark brought from a place called Raichur in Karnataka belonging to the 9th century and an idol of Yakshi Ambika.
Heritage Centre Type – Place of Archeological Importance.
How to Reach
Road – Hyderabad is well connected with all the major cities of India.
Train – Hyderabad is well connected with all the major cities of India.
Air – Hyderabad is well connected with all the major cities of India and the world.
Accommodation Details – Being the capital of Andhra Pradesh and one of the major metropolitan cities in India Hyderabad has accommodation facilities available for all kinds of people in different ranges.
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