Telangana state is the 29th state in India. Telangana is a unique land. The Deccan states is surrounded by Odisha, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka and Maharashtra and has a unique identity carved for itself. Carved from Andhra Pradesh, the region is distinct for being the Telugu-speaking region of the princely state of Hyderabad. There are many place in Telangana include geographic diversity, history, and culture start with the tourist appeal of Telangana comes from history. There are a number historic monuments of the time of Nizams of Hyderabad, opulent palaces, mighty forts, interesting museums, holy temples, lakes, wildlife sanctuaries and much more.
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Hyderabad is the capital city of Telangana, and a seat of historical significance. The city with her rich history attracts thousands of tourists every year. Travelers from neighboring states and foreign lands visit the place. This has made the city well-connected to other major cities of the country. Hyderabad, being a well-developed city, is well connected the rest of the world as well.
Hyderabad’s historical significance is undeniable. However, 21st century Hyderabad is an important asset to the economy of the country. It is a business hub and boasts of the fastest developing IT sector in the country. The city’s importance assures it of good connectivity to international as well as domestic destinations. There are both domestic and international airports that connect the city to other parts of the country and world.
‘Rajiv Gandhi terminal’ is the international air base which connects the ‘city of pearl’ to other international cities. Hyderabad is also well accessible by domestic flights; the domestic terminal is known as the ‘N.T. Rama Rao Terminal’. Due to increase of air traffic it is easier to rich this city of heritage from different parts of the world.
Hyderabad possesses a well-planned bus terminal. The city is well-networked by road route and tourists can avail of the bus service that the state provides. Regular buses ply from Hyderabad to neighboring destinations and vice versa like all the major cities in Telangana, Tamil Nadu, Maharashtra and Orissa. There are public as well as private bus services available for the tourists. Telangana State Road Transport Corporation (APSRTC) and other state’s buses operate from Hyderabad.
Hyderabad is the head quarter for Indian Railway in South India. The zone is divided into nine zones. Hyderabad and Secunderabad are the main zones that control the different sections of railways of the state. Regular trains from different states connect Hyderabad to other parts of the country.