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, former princely state, S central India. The former princedom of Hyderabad is now divided among the states of Karnataka, Maharashtra, and Telangana. The Mughal empire conquered Hyderabad in the late 17th cent.
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The rest houses, popularly called as rubaat, were set up for pilgrims by the Nizams.
Industrialisation began under the Nizams in the late 19th century, helped by railway expansion that connected the city with major ports.
Why: The opulent Falaknuma Palace, erstwhile home of the Nizams, is now a jewel in the country's hospitality crown.
In Hyderabad, the transition from autocratic rule under the Nizams to the formation of Andhra Pradesh with Hyderabad as its capital had immediate and irrevocable consequences important to the study of politics and globalisation.
Hyderabad, March 30 (ANI): Located in Hyderabad city, 'Barkas Street', a colony of former employees of the Nizams, the sovereigns of the erstwhile princely state of Hyderaad, is a hub of Arab culture, music and cuisine.
Under the Nizams, the state attracted the best of minds and talent from across India and the world.
You must remember that these regions have a rich history of kings and dynasties like the Nizams, the Cholas, and the Madras Presidency under the East India Company.
Suraiya says these are Persian-influenced designs and their weavers were patronized by the Nizams.
Add to that an awe-inspiring collection of 40,000 exhibits, collected over 35 years--Mir Yusuf Ali Khan Salar Jung III, prime minister to the Nizams.
Meanwhile, Chandrashekhar Rao who is on a fast-unto-death is undergoing treatment at the Nizams Institute of Medical Sciences (NIMS) Hospital, after being shifted from Khammam.
According to sources, the hotel's famous "longest dining table", with 101 seats, and which the Nizams of Hyderabad used for throwing banquets for visiting dignitaries in a chandeliered hall full of antiques, will be the centre of attraction.
No discussion on Indian jewellery history is complete without a mention of the magnificent jewels of the Nizams of Hyderabad.