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see HyderabadHyderabad
, 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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At the time of partition, the Nizam of Hyderabad gave aid worth Rs20 crore to Pakistan, which bearing that time period in mind was a huge sum.
"Stories of Hyderabad's poetic past weave amid strings of programming code in this South Eastern India city that was home to one of the richest men in the world, Mir Osman Ali Khan, the last ruling nizam of Hyderabad," the periodical said.
The film also has a mention of the Nizam of Hyderabad and a huge set is being planned on the outskirts of Hyderabad to replicate and old 17th century fort, Kumar told content agency
The glittering piece of jewellery was a wedding present in 1947 from a king in India, Nizam of Hyderabad.
The glittering piece of Cartier jewellery was a wedding present in 1947 from the Nizam of Hyderabad, who was a king in India.
The former Nizam of Hyderabad, famously named as the all-time richest Indian and one of the wealthiest in the world, owned 50 versions of this super luxury motor car in the early part of the 20th century.
"Hyderabad culture and tradition is unique and different from the other regions of India, Hyderabad has its special links and connection with Saudi Arabia because of the Nizam of Hyderabad, the services of the people of this region are unforgettable and it has different colors which will be displayed tonight," he said.
However, there is one exception: the photographs of the Seventh Nizam of Hyderabad's legendary zenana in which conventional family portraits are laced with Orientalist harem references.
"After a certain date he had many staff photographers." Another surprise was Dayal's mastery of public relations: as well as the elite residents of Bombay, his patrons ranged from the British colonial administration to the wealthy Nizam of Hyderabad.
The Nizam of Hyderabad, a maharajah of fabled wealth, deposited a million pounds with the National Westminster Bank in London as he dithered over which of the two new nations to join.