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Hyderabad The City Of Jewels

Updated | February 6, 2017 02:59 IST

Hyderabad is a city where it is indeed recognized for its monuments which are famous all over the world, they are knows to every part of the world where people come from across the globe to view the city of jewels. The city is now improvising itself so much that various people from other countries are joining hands with our city in order to improve on the captaincy of the state.

Hyderabad is the known to permanent capital of the Indian state Telangana and temporarily the capital of the Indian state Andhra Pradesh. The History of this city, has effected various factors which include the culture, language, and cuisine of the Hyderabad, especially the Muslim people, living here, and the areas once part of Hyderabad state. Various Buddhist and Hindu kingdoms ruled the city during the subsequent centuries. The area was ruled by the Kalyani branch of the Chalukya kings. When the Chalukya kingdom became weaker, Kakatiyas, who were feudal chieftains of Chalukya, declared independence and set up their kingdom around Warangal.

The Kakatiyas build the Golconda Fort in the vicinity of Hyderabad as part of their western defenses along the lines of the Kondapalli Fort. The city and the fortress were built on a granite hill that is 120 meters high, surrounded by massive battlements. The fort was rebuilt and strengthened by Rani Rudrama Devi and her successor Prataparudra.

The state got its first democratic government and the representatives of its 18 million people were admitted to the Constituent Assembly drafting a constitution for free India. For the next eight years, Hyderabad continued as a separate state within the union.

On November 1, 1956, the states of India were reorganized on linguistic grounds. Consequently, the terrorities of the State of Hyderabad were divided between newly created Andhra Pradesh, Bombay state (later Maharashtra), and Karnataka. Hyderabad and the surrounding areas were annexed into India, and later to Andhra Pradesh based on Telugu linguistic majority, and Hyderabad became the capital of the new state of Andhra Pradesh.

On 2 June 2014, Telangana was separated from Andhra Pradesh as a new 29th state of India, with the city of Hyderabad as its capital. Hyderabad is known for having people from different places across the world and is knows for the unity it has for the people around the world. Anyone who visits the city will see number of people from different places and of course it is the Nizam city with various places to visit about.

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