The historical backdrop of Hyderabad is enticing to the point that it craves perusing a brilliant romantic tale and its eminent past is no not exactly a fable. Furthermore, the most fascinating some portion of this novel structures the govern of the Nizam’s, which fills pages of history with amazing commitments of workmanship, engineering and science.
A declaration to this perspective is found as the numerous choice landmarks scattered everywhere throughout the city. One such landmark that in its striking richness still shows off the influence of time immemorial is the engaging Chowmahalla Palace. The name Chowmahalla alludes to four castles. The development of the royal residence was started in the year 1750 by Nizam Salabat Jung yet it was Nizam Afzar-ud-Dawla Bahadur who saw that the royal residence was finished between the years 1857 and 1869. Initially, the castle secured 45 sections of land from Laad Bazaar on the north to Aspen Chowk Road which is on the south. The Chowmahalla palace is a copy of Shah’s Palace in Tehran, Iran. Shortly the royal residence comprises of two yards with elegant castles, the excellent Durbar Hall or the Khilwat. Patio nurseries and wellsprings add to the class
Southern Courtyard is the most established part of the complex. It involves four elegant royal residences Tahniyat Mahal, Mahtab Mahal, Afzal Mahal, and Aftab Mahal. Northern Courtyard has been reestablished and is interested in general society. The principle fascination of this region is the Bara Imam, which is a long passage. It has rooms on the east wing, which once served as the managerial wing. Another staggering development is the Clock Tower. It houses the Khilwat Clock which still works superbly.
Chowmahalla Palace Timings 10:00AM to 05:00PM.
Entry Fee for Chowmahalla Palace
Indians Per Adult 80/-
Per child 10/-
Per Foreigner 200/-
Still Camera 50/-
Video Camera 200/-
It is opened on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday, Sunday but it is closed on Friday.
Address: Motigalli, Khilwat, Hyderabad, Telangana – 500002.