Major sightseeing options are Charminar, Chowmahalla Palace and Golkonda Fort. This state’s culture and cuisine has been influenced with Persian, Turkish, Hinduism, Christianity and Buddhism culture alike its neighbor Andhra Pradesh. While hindu devotees have Sri Rajarajeshwari Temple and Mahabalipuram Temple, Islam followers have Mecca Masjid (oldest in Telangana), Christians have Diocese of Dornakal of the Church of South India and Buddhists have Nelakondapalli as worship centers. Mahabalipuram Temple is also called as Shore Temple as it is near beach and enjoys number of tourists. Apart from temples and mosques, waterfalls of Kuntala Waterfalls and Bogatha Waterfalls offer splendid view with great tourism spots. The very famous Ramoji Film city of Hyderabad has been the backbone of Tollywood (media) industry. Deccani paintings and Cheriysal Scrolls with local motifs are widely bought as souvenirs.
The cuisine here can range from a typical Andhra platter to a spicy nawab style Biryani. Moghlai Shwarma, Kebabs, Appadam are mainly served as main courses while Payasam, Sheer korma, Gajar ka Halwa and Seviyan ka Zarda end the main course with savory desserts.
Food and hospitality and attractions are some check points that make a best place and Telangana successfully fulfills those expectations. So what are you waiting for? Head out to this amazing place and savor the Biryani Nawabi style.