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Hyderabad on average experiences a hot and dry climate. Summer (March to June) is very hot with temperature soaring upto 40 degree Celsius. May is the hottest month of the year. The rains bring respite to the heat from June and lasts till September, with an average 170-180 cms of fall. The winters are from November to February clocking average temperatures ranging between 14 and 16 degree Celsius. At times it drops as low as 10 degrees Celsius. 

How To Reach

By Road:

Hyderabad is well connected to other cities in the state by a network of highways. Three National Highways NH-7, NH-9 and NH-202 pass through the city. Five state highways—SH-1, SH-2, SH-4, SH-5 and SH-6 begin from Hyderabad. The Hyderabad Bus Terminal has many buses operated by The Andhra Pradesh State Road Transport Corporation (APSRTC). There are additional buses operated by transport corporations belonging to other South Indian State Roadways as well as private operators. 

By Air:

Hyderabad has two airports- the International Airport is called the Rajiv Gandhi Terminal and N. T. Rama Rao Terminal is the domestic airport in the city. There are direct flights from here to cities like London, Dubai and New York. The domestic airport is connected to all the major cities in India. Hyderabad international airport has been named amongst the world's top five in the annual Airport Service Quality (ASQ) passenger survey along with the ones at Seoul, Singapore, Hong Kong and Beijing.

By Rail:

Hyderabad Railway station is well connected to Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Chennai and other important places of the country. Being the headquarters of South Central Zone Railways, all major trains travel through Hyderabad.


Hyderabad, the capital of the largest south Indian state -Andhra Pradesh is a city of great heritage that dates back more than 500 years. It is a prominent metropolitan city in India and its major part lies within the regions of Deccan plateau and is rocky.


Hyderabad city is divided into two regions- The Old City and the New City. The Old city on the banks of Musi River is a heritage town with several marvellous Mughal monuments, governmental buildings and historical constructions. The New City is abuzz with activities with a fast paced development. With several development sin the adjoining city of Secunderabad, the Hyderabad – Secunderabad metropolitan cluster is densely populated and is the commercial capital of Andhra Pradesh.


Hyderabad is known as "India's pharmaceutical capital" due to the presence of several pharmaceutical industries here. IT industry is also very active here standing next to Bangalore.


The legacy of Islamic rule over many years has left behind a strong mark in the culture of this city. The city’s skyline is enriched with the distinct Islamic architecture with the arches, domes and the finely carved minarets. The cultural influence extends to the culinary domain where the Hyderabadi Biryani and the Hyderabadi Haleem of Mughal origin, provide a subtle and delectable feast for all the senses.


For shopping, the main attraction is the jewellery markets here and the one near Charminar is the most popular. Hyderabad is ideal for purchasing sequined sarees, attar perfumes and the most special thing to buy from Hyderabad are pearls.