Renal Care Center Hyderabad
Aarogyasri Renal care center, Osmania Government General Hospital
Afzal Gunj, Hyderabad
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The State of Telangana is a newly christened state of India as of the 2nd of June, 2014. The region was a part of the Indian State of Andhra Pradesh. It is located in the Southern region of India has an area of 114,840 km2. Most of it was part of the princely state of Hyderabad (Medak and Warangal Divisions), ruled by the Nizam of Hyderabad during the British Raj, joining the Union of India in 1948. In 1956, the Hyderabad state was dissolved as part of the linguistic reorganization of states, and the Telugu speaking part of Hyderabad state, known as Telangana, was merged with Andhra State to form Andhra Pradesh. On 2 June, 2014, Telangana was separated from Andhra Pradesh as a new 29th state of India.
Tourist attractions in the town and surrounding area
Charminar, built in 1591 AD, is a monument and mosque located in Hyderabad. The landmark has become a global icon of Hyderabad, listed among the most recognized structures of India. The English name is a transliteration and combination of the Urdu words Chār and Minar, translating to "Four Towers"; the eponymous towers are ornate minarets attached and supported by four grand arches.
The district lies not very far from the capital city of Hyderabad and is one of the largest cities in Telangana. Warangal enshrines a huge number of ancient temples and monuments. The Pakhal lake is a must-visit. The thousand-pillar temple here is a historic marvel to behold and will be a certain addition to your bucket lists for this city.
Located by the River Godavari, Nizamabad is also a major city in the State of Telangana. The town is famous for its various temples and historical monuments. The Pocharam Wildlife Sanctuary is located next to the Pocharam Lake in Nizamabad and contains a rich variety of flora and fauna. The Nizamabad fort is also a great place to visit.
The city of Nalgonda is located between two hills and is known for its various hill forts. The rivers Krishna, Musi River, Aleru, Peddavagu, Dindi and Paleru flow through the city and enrich it with various natural resources. The World’s largest masonry dam, Nagarjuna Sagar is located in this city and is a major source of irrigation in the region. The town is also famous for its old temples and monuments.