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Where to Stay
Taj Krishna
Road No 1, Banjara Hills, Hyderabad-500 034
Tel: 91-040-55662323
Fax: 91-040-56661313
Email: krishnahyderabad@tajhotels.com
Website: www.tajhotels.com
Status: 5 Star (Deluxe)

ITC Hotel Kakatiya Sheraton & Towers
# 6-3-1187, Begumpet, 
Hyderabad-500 016
Tel: 91-040-2340 0132
Fax:91-040-2340 1045
email: itckakatiya@welcomegroup.com
Website: www.welcomgroup.com
Status: 5 Star (Deluxe)

Hotel Taj Banjara
Road No 1, Banjara Hills-500 034
Tel: 91-040-5566999
Fax: 91-040-23392218
email: banjara.hyderabad@hotels.com
Website: www.tajhotels.com
Status: 5 Star

Taj Residency
Road No. 1, Banjara Hills, Hyderabd - 500034
Tel: 91-040-55663939
Fax: 91-040-23392684
email: residency.hyderabad@tajhotels.com
Website: www.tajhotels.com
Status: 5 Star

Viceroy Hotel & Convention Centre 
Opp Hussain Sagar Lake, Tank Bund Road,
Hyderabad-500 080
Tel: 91-040-27538383
Fax: 91-040-27538797
email: hyd_viceroy@viceroyhotels.com
Website: www.viceroyhotels.com
Status: 5 Star

Hotel Manohar
Begumpet, Hyderabad-500016
Tel: 91-040-27903333
Fax: 91-040-27902222
email: hotelmanohar@shrishakti.com
Status: 5 Star

Hotel Sitara 
Ramoji Film City, Hayatnagar Mandal, 
Anajpur Gramam, RR District-501512
Tel : +91- 925-246666 / 925-246593
email: rfcsales@hd2.dot.net.in
Status: 5 Star

Hotel Green Park
Greenlands, Begumpet, Hyderabad
Tel: 91-040-23757575
Fax:91-040-23757677
email: hyd@hotelgreenpark.com
Web Site: www.hotelgreenpark.com
Status: 4 Star

Amrutha Castle
5-9-16, Saifabad, 
Opposite Secretariat
Hyderabad - 500004
Tel: 91-040- 55633888 
Fax:91-040-55828222
email: amruthacastle@pol.net.in
Status: 4 Star

Hotel Golconda
10-1-127, Masab Tank, Hyderabad-500 028
Tel: 91-040-23320202
Fax: 91-040-23320404
email: hotel_golconda@hotmail.com
Website: www.hotelgolconda.com
Status:3 Star

Quality Inn Residency
Public Garden Road, Hyderabad
Tel:  91-040-23204060
Fax: 91-040-23204040
emails: reservation@theresidency-hyd.com
Status: 3 Star (Deluxe)

Fortune Katriya Hotel By Welcome Group
8, Rajbhavan Road, Somajiguda
Tel:  91-040-23325678
Fax: 91-040-23344119
email: mail@fortunekatriya.com
Status: 3 Star

Baseraa Inn
5-9-30/16-20,
Opp Ghandhi Medical College
Basheerbagh, Hyderabad
Tel: 91-040-23236504
Fax: 91-040-23298855
email: reserve@baseraa.com
Website: www.baseraa.com
Status: 3 Star

Hotel I K London Residency
6-3-656, Kapadia Lane, Somajiguda, Hyderabad
Tel:  91-040-55625555
Fax: 91-040-55759519
email: iklondonresidency@yahoo.com
Status: 3 Star

Hotel Rukmini Riviera
6-1-1062,
Lakdi ka pool, Hyderabad
Tel: 91-040-55785566
Fax: 91-040-55660631
email: hotelrukminiriviera@yahoo.co.in
Status: 3 Star

Kamat Lingapur Hotel
1-10-44/2, Chikoti Gardens, Begumpet, Hyderabad-500 016
Tel:  91-040-27764242
Fax: 91-040-27765151
email: reserve@kamatlingapur.com
Website: www.kamatlingapur.com
Status: 3 Star

Hotel Deccan Continental
Sir Ronal Ross Road,
Secunderabad-500003
Tel : +91-040-27840981/27819173/55260269 
Fax: +91-040-27840980
email: hoteldeccan@satyamonline.com
Status: 3 Star

Aditya Park Inn
Aditya Trade Center, 
Ameerpet, Hyderabad.
Tel : 55788888 55789999 (Fax)
E-Mail: adityaparkinn@vsnl.net
Website: www.sarovarparkplaza.com
Status: 3 Star

Comfort Inn WoodBridge Hotel
11-4-94/C, AC guards, Lakdi ka pool
Hyderabad - 500004
Tel: 91-040- 55510001 / 55510004
Fax: 91-040-55666111
email: wood_bridge@usa.net, wood_bridge@hotmail.com
Status: 3 Star

Hotel Asrani International
1 - 7-179, M.G. Road,
Near Paradise Circle,
Secunderabad-500003,
Tel: 91-040-27846901
Fax: 91-040-27845583
Status: 3 Star

Hotel Tara
Ramoji Film City, Hayatnagar Mandal, 
Anajpur Gramam, RR District-501512
Tel : +91-925-246444 / 925-246593 / 925-246424
email: rfcsales@hd2.dot.net.in
Status: 3 Star

Hotel Ashoka
Beside Central Court, Lakdi ka Pool
Hyderabad.
Tel:  91-040- 23230105 / 55510222 
Fax: 91-040-55510220
Status: 3 Star

Pragati Resort
Poddatur Village, 
Sankarpally Mandal, RR District.
Tel : +91-040- 9848130583 / 9848014881 23748745 (O) 23744594 (O) 23748457 (Fax)
email: raogbk@pragatiresorts.com
Website: www.pragatiresorts.com

Aalankrita Resort
Thumkunta Village
Shameerpet Main Road
R.R.District  - 500 078
Telefax: + 91- 40 - 958418 - 247464
e-mail: info@aalankrita.com
Web Site: www.aalankrita.com


Hydrabad

The eternal city of love, art, and history, flourishing together in perfect harmony making it one of the most enchanting places in the world. Hyderabad's warm hospitality, impressive monuments, mosques, minarets, art and architectural richness, and technological progress will take you through an amazing journey of its glorious past and a spirited voyage into its promising future.

Experience a unique blend of the old dominion and rustic charm within the trappings of new age modernity.

Things to See

Charminar: The Charminar is as much the signature of Hyderabad as the Taj Mahal is of Agra or the Eiffel Tower is of Paris. Mohammed Quli Qutb Shah, the founder of Hyderabad, built Charminar in 1591 at the centre of the original city layout. It was said to be built as a charm to ward off a deadly epidemic raging at that time. Four graceful minarets soar to a height of 48.7m. above the ground. Charminar has 45 prayer spaces and a mosque in it. Visitors can view the architectural splendour inside the Charminar. The monument is illuminated in the evenings and a pedestrianisation project around the monument is under implementation. 

Golconda Fort: Golconda is one of the famous forts of India. The name originates from the Telugu words “Golla Konda” meaning “Shepherd's Hill”. The origins of the fort can be traced back to the Yadava dynasty of Deogiri and the Kakatiyas of Warangal. Golconda was originally a mud fort, which passed to the Bahmani dynasty and later to the Qutb Shahis, who held it from 1518 to 1687 A.D. The first three Qutb Shahi kings rebuilt Golconda, over a span of 62 years. The fort is famous for its acoustics, palaces, ingenious water supply system and the famous Fateh Rahben gun, one of the cannons used in the last siege of Golconda by Aurangzeb, to whom the fort ultimately fell.

Sound & Light Show at Golconda Fort  The glorious past of Golconda Fort is narrated effectively with matchless Sound and Light effects. The unique Sound & Light Show takes you right back in time, when Golconda was full of life, glory and grandeur.

Qutb Shahi Tombs: The tombs of the legendary Qutb Shahi kings lie about a kilometre away from Banjara Darwaza of the Golconda Fort. Planned and built by the Qutb Shahis themselves, these tombs are said to be the oldest historical monuments in Hyderabad. They form a large group and stand on a raised platform. The tombs are built in Persian, Pathan and Hindu architectural styles using grey granite, with stucco ornamentation, the only one of its kind in the world where an entire dynasty has been buried at one place.

Mecca Masjid: A two hundred yards southwest of the Charminar is the Mecca Masjid, so named because the bricks were brought from Mecca to build the central arch. The Qutb Shahis never finished the building of the mosque, which was completed by Aurangzeb in 1694. Mecca Masjid is poetry in stone, with a hall measuring 67m and soaring to a height of 54m. Fifteen graceful arches - five to each of the three sides, support the roof. Towards the southern end of the mosque lie the marble graves of members of the Asaf Jahi dynasty. 

Legislative Assembly: Built in 1913, the building was originally the Hyderabad Town hall. The architecture is a synthesis of Rajasthani and Persian styles, with an all white, aesthetic look. Located adjoining the picturesque Public Gardens, a massive statue of Mahatma Gandhi in a sitting posture is erected at the entrance park to the Assembly.

Osmania University: Established in 1918, it is one of the oldest universities in India. Named after Nizam Mir Osman Ali Khan, the university buildings are splendid, especially the Arts College, which is a perfect example of Indo-Saracenic architecture.

Birla Mandir: This white marble temple of Lord Venkateshwara floats on the city skyline, on Kala Pahad. The idol in the temple is a replica of the one at Tirupati.

Salar Jung Museum:
This museum houses one of the biggest one-man collections of antiques of the world by Mir Yousuf Ali Khan, Salar Jung III. The objects d'art include Persian carpets, Moghal miniatures, Chinese porcelain, Japanese lacquerware, famous statues including the Veiled Rebecca and Marguerite and Mephistopheles, a superb collection of jade, daggers belonging to Queen Noor Jahan and the Emperors Jahangir and Shah Jahan, Aurangzeb's sword and many other fabulous items. 

Andhra Pradesh State Archaeological Museum: A visit to the Andhra Pradesh State Archaeological Museum is a delight for art lovers. Located in the picturesque Public Gardens, the museum boasts of one of the richest repositories of antiques and art objects in the country. Built in 1920 by the Nizam VII, the museum building itself is a fine example of Indo-Saracenic architecture. The museum contains a Buddhist gallery, Brahmanical & Jain gallery, Bronze gallery, Arms & Armour gallery, Numismatics gallery, Ajanta gallery and more. Adjacent to the State Museum is the Contemporary Art Museum. 

The Nizam‘s Silver Jubilee Museum: The stately Purani Haveli, the palace acquired around the year 1750 by the second Nizam, is now converted into a museum with a fascinating collection. The museum exhibits the gifts and mementos presented to the last Nizam on the occasion of the silver jubilee celebrations in 1937. A 1930 Rolls Royce, Packard and a Mark V Jaguar are among the vintage cars displayed. There is an interesting collection of models made in silver of all the prominent buildings of the city and citations in Urdu about H.E.H. Mir Osman Ali Khan, gold burnished wooden throne used for the silver jubilee celebrations, gold tiffin box inlaid with diamonds, and a gold model of Jubilee Pavilion.

Birla Planetarium/Birla Science Museum: Birla Planetarium is India's most modern planetarium and first of its kind in the country. It is equipped with advanced technology from Japan and is built on Naubat Pahad adjacent to Kala Pahad. And the Science Museum stands tribute to the advancement achieved by Science and Technology.

Chow Mohalla Complex: Built in several phases by the Nizams between 1857-1869, this is now one of the heritage buildings. The complex comprises four palaces in Moghal and European styles, of which the main palace is double storeyed with the others being single-storeyed blocks.

Nehru Zoological Park: Spanning 300 lush green acres, the Nehru Zoological Park is a must for nature lovers. It has over 250 species of animals and birds, most of which are kept in conditions as close to their natural habitats as possible. This is the first zoo to create moated enclosures for animals. The Lion Safari Park, Natural History Museum and Children's Train are the added attractions. APTDC runs an ice-cream parlour and restaurant here. 

Shilparamam - The Arts & Crafts village:
Another attraction at Madhapur beyond Jubilee Hills in Hyderabad is the 30-acre village, which showcases arts and crafts of the country. India is an ocean of various arts and crafts but the talent of most of the artisans and artists goes unrecognized. To encourage them and give the necessary boost to their art, the crafts village hosts annual bazaars, where artists and artisans from all over the country exhibit their talent.

Public Gardens Hyderabad has several beautiful gardens, one of the most popular being the Public Gardens, which also encloses the State Legislature, State Archaeological Museum, Jubilee Hall, Jawahar Bal Bhavan and Telugu Lalita Kala Thoranam, an open-air theatre.
Boating: AP Tourism operates pedal boats in Public Gardens pond.

Ramoji Film City: A dream world created for the celluloid on a sprawling 1000 acres, with every imaginable set and location, Ramoji Film City on the outskirts of Hyderabad offers facilities to produce any kind of movie. Apart from sets, there are hotels where artistes and technicians can stay. Visitors too can go round in conducted tours that the management organises. 

Hitec City: One of the modern monuments of trade and technology, it embodies the newfound attitude of Hyderabad and today finds a place of pride. Situated on the outskirts of the city, it is the nucleus of Cyberabad, the IT destination in this part of the world. Cyber Towers is the main building here.

Lumbini Park: This beautiful entertainment park is situated on the shore of Hussainsagar lake. The landscaping here is a visual treat. A musically synchronized water fountain and a floral clock are major attractions here. Lumbini Park jetty is a major point for pleasure boating of AP Tourism.

Hyderabad Botanical Gardens: The first Botanical Gardens in Andhra Pradesh, spread over 120 acres. Already open to public is the first phase, with the completion of some sections. The sections include medicinal plants, timber trees, fruit trees, ornamental plants, aquatic plants and bamboos. The Park has been designed to have large water bodies, rolling meadows, natural forests, rich grasslands and exquisite rock formations.

Hussainsagar Lake: Excavated in 1562 A.D. by Hussain Shah Wali during the time of Ibrahim Quli Qutb Shah, the lake has a promenade that is a busy thoroughfare today. Boating and water sports are a regular feature in the Hussainsagar. One of the World's tallest monolithic statues of the Buddha stands on the ‘Rock of Gibraltar', in the middle of the lake. 

Added to all these, AP Tourism has additional boating facilities like speed boats, motor boats, 48 seater launch etc. Starlit dinner on-board and private parties also can be arranged on the Launch.

Osmansagar Lake: Osmansagar, better known as Gandipet, on the outskirts of Hyderabad is an excellent picnic spot. Osmansagar is one of the two lakes on the city's periphery that supplies drinking water to the great metropolis. The lake is a reservoir created by a dam across the Isa, a tributary of the River Musi. Abutting the lake and the bund are lush gardens that provide the ideal ambience for an outing. Overlooking the lake is the heritage building, Sagar Mahal, built as a resort by the Nizam of Hyderabad and converted now into a lake resort managed by AP Tourism.

Shamirpet: Located 24 km to the north of Secunderabad, Shamirpet has a beautiful lake and a deer park. Its peaceful environs make it a great picnic spot. AP Tourism offers comfortable cottage facilities for accommodation, while the forest
lodges can be booked with the AP Forest Department office at Saifabad.
Tourist Cottages.

Mir Alam Tank: Mir Alam Tank is a large lake adjacent to Nehru Zoological Park. AP Tourism operates boats on the lake, for which one has to enter through the Zoo. 

Secret Lake (Durgam Cheruvu): 
The ‘Secret Lake' is situated close to Shilparamam Crafts Village and Hitec City, behind Jubilee Hills. AP Tourism organizes boating in the lake. ‘Something Fishy', a bar Secret Lake (Durgam Cheruvu)

KBR National Park: One of the largest parks within the city KBR National Park is a Southern tropical deciduous forest and the last vestigial representative of the endemic flora of Hyderabad region, with over 100 species of birds, 20 species of reptiles and 15 species of butterflies.

Mrugavani National Park (Chilkur): Located 25 km. from Hyderabad, the park contains the endemic flora of Hyderabad and is an urban refuge for small mammals like wildboar, jungle cat etc. and birds.

Mahavir Harina Vanasthali National Park: Located 15 Km. from Hyderabad, the park has more than 350 black bucks, 400 cheetals and a number of wild boars, small mammals, reptiles and over 100 species of
birds.

Resorts & Theme Parks
Ocean Park:
Ocean Park is located at Gandipet, 15 km from Hyderabad, in 20 acres of landscaped gardens. It provides a number of amusement rides, water rides and
is equipped with facilities like multi-cuisine restaurant.
Tel: +91-040-23225660/23223824, Website: www.oceanparkindia.com

Snow World: It is the World's biggest and India's 1st Snow Theme Park. The visitors can chill out at minus 5°C and go merry with SNOW and have a SNOW-FILLED fun holiday. The Snw Park has achieved yet another milestone by introducing Snow Fall, this is the first of its kind of Snow Fall introduced by any Snow Theme Park or Snow Dome anywhere in the world. Slide and skate on ice and throw snowballs at each other, Enjoy India's first snow park. 
Tel: +91-040- 27677948, Website: www.snowworldindia.com

Treasure Island: A picturesque holiday spot, the Treasure Island, located on 60 acres of landscape at Gandipet, offers a variety of leisure and fun oriented activities - horse riding, billiards, disco, go-karting, swimming pool and so on. Night stay
facilities are available for Members 
Tel: +91-040-23323330

Dhola-ri-Dhani: This is a typical setting recreated with the entire rustic ambience and charm of an ethnic Rajasthani village, situated at Kompally on Medchal Road. Camel rides, puppet shows, folk dances and authentic Rajasthani cuisine give you the taste of the desert State. A large swimming pool, a lake to go boating, an amphitheatre for plays and entertainment programmes add to the ambience. Conferencing and night stay facilities available.  
Tel: +91-040-27721586/92832086

Pragati Green Meadows & Resorts: Spread over 26 acres and an hour's drive from Hyderabad, Pragati Resorts offers facilities like swimming, boating, children's park, coffee and snack bar, restaurant, conference hall, uniquely designed cottages for overnight stay. Pragati Sparsh, part of Pragati Resorts, set in the sylvan surroundings, offers a complete range of Ayurvedic Treatment and medicines in association with Santigiri Ashram of Kerala and in coordination with the Department of Tourism.
Tel: +91-040-23744594/23748745/23743411 

Dream Valley Resorts: Nestled amidst lush green environs and located at Gandipet, Dream Valley Resorts is a water theme park with waterslide, cascading waterfalls, water squirts, a 9-hole golf course and go-karting track.
Tel: +91-040-55590894 

Aalankrita-the Ethnic Gateway: Spread over an area of 10 acres, Aalankrita blends the convenience of a 5-star resort, the ambience of a heritage Aalankrita - the ethnic gateway site and the ethnicity of the times gone by. Located about 16 km from Secunderabad, the facilities here include an air-conditioned conference hall, Well-side Restaurant, a pyramid shaped Meditation Centre, a covered swimming pool for day and night use, a sunken dancing floor, air-conditioned cottages, an antique shop, exhibition hall, walkways and a sprawling open air theatre that can accommodate about 3000 people.
Tel: +91-08418-247161/162/199/464  Website: www.aalankrita.com

Mount opera It is a huge multi-theme' park. Far from the hustle and bustle of the busy city, this amusement part that offers a variety of entertainment and leisure activities for the entire family. Built on a 50-acre plot, the park has special packages for corporates and non-resident Indians.
Tel: +91-925 2722888/999/855,

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Tourist Information
Central Reservation Office
Andhra Pradesh Tourism Development Corporation
Shakar Bhavan , Opp. Police Control Room , Hyderabad.
Ph: 91-040-23298456, 91-04023298457 Fax: 23298455

Tourism & Culture Dept.
Govt. of Andhra Pradesh, 
A Block, 3rd Floor Secretariat
Hyderabad - 500 063, 
Andhra Pradesh, India
Phone: +91 - 040-23456717, +91- 040-23450991 Fax:    +91 - 040-23454966, +91- 040-23450068

Director of Tourism
Govt. of Andhra Pradesh, Tank Bund Road,  Hyderabad - 500 063,  Andhra Pradesh, India, Phone: +91 - 040-23452492 Fax:    +91- 040-23453109

Andhra Pradesh Tourist Information Centre
Tourism Department, 
Govt. of Andhra Pradesh
Phone: +91 - 040-23450444

Andhra Pradesh Tourism Development Corporation
Tourism House, Himayatnagar, 
Hyderabad - 500 063
Andhra Pradesh, India
Phone:  +91- 040-23262151
+91- 040-23262152
+91 - 040-23262153
+91 - 040-23262154 
+91 - 040-23262457
Fax:      +91 - 040-23261801

Tourist Guides

Bharath Bushan
H.No. 409, Inderalok Complex,
Road No. 1, Banjara Hills
Hyderabad – 500034
Tel: +91-40-23395181, 
Cell: +91 9849052504

D. Vijaya Kumar
H.No.18-3-3/7, Laldarwaja,
Behind Chatrinka PS Hyderabad
Tel: +91-40-24381812

D. Ramlingam
6-3-192, 
Jainagar Colony, New Bhoiguda, 
Secunderabad – 500080
Tel: +91-40-27537756 (pp)

G. Sudhir Kumar Seth
H.No. 1-2-366/172, Domalguda, 
Gaganmahal, Street No. – 05/ lane-01, 
Himayatnagar, Hyderabad – 500029.
Cell: +91 9885257741

G.V.Bhaskar Rao
313,S.K.Apartments,
Indira Nagar, Vijayanagar colony
Hyderabad
Tel: +91-40-27542754

G. Yashwanth Rao
Plot No. 153/A, Flat No. 204, 
Priyanka Apartments, 
Bagh Ameer,Ayyappa Swamy Temple Road, 
Kukatpally,Hyderabad – 500072.
Tel: +91-40-23068294

J. Bhaskar Reddy
H.No.2-1-18/16/B,
Mamtha Nagar, Nagole,
Hyderabad –500068.
Tel: +91-40-24057479

J. K. Anand
S/o. Keshav, 
7-781, C-23, HUDA Colony, 
Saroornagar, Hyderabad – 35.
Tel: +91-40-24048317

K. Malarkodi
S/o P. Karuppiah,
15-21-150/55, Balaji Nagar, 
Kukatpally, 
Hyderabad – 500072

K. Padma Nabha Raju
H.No. 1-10-6, Temple Alwal,
Secunderabad – 500010
Tel: +91-40-27960061, 
Cell: +91 9849852702

K. Ravi
Plot No.634,
H.M.T.Hills colony,
Opp. JNTU, Kukatpally,
Hyderabd – 500072
Tel: +91-40-23053143/ 55286674

K. Santhosh
S/o. K. Marasaimha,
8-3-228/678/263, Rahmath Nagar,
Yousufguda, Hyderabad.
Cell: +91 9848503839

Layaq Ali Khan
PB 1413, Humayun Nagar,
Hyderabad – 500 028
Cell: +91 9440409970.

Md. Asif Khan
S/o Aslam Khan,
11-4-633/4 II Floor, Basers Apartments,
A.C. Guards, Hyderabad – 500004
Tel: +91-40-23304658/ 32342828S. 

Md. Gouse Mohiuddin

S/o Abdul Raheem,9-10-68/A/ 135,
Resham Bagh, Golconda Fort,
Hyderabad – 500008
Tel: +91-40-55125293. 

M. D. Khaja Moinuddin
C/o. M.d.Hidayathur Rahman
Ho.No.2-3-604/A/1Patel Nagar, 
Ahmednagar, Amberpet,
Hyderabad – 500013
Tel: +91-40-23450444

Md. Mohiuddin
IC 70  Gout Qtrs, Errum Manzil colony
Hyderabad
Tel: +91-40-23305190

Md. Ziaul Hassan Hashmi
S/o Syed Hasan Hashmi,
H. No. 6-3-1243/159, 
M.S. Maqtha, Opp. Rajbhavan,
Hyderabad – 500 082
Cell: +91 9849803227, +91 9440057481

M. Murali Krishna
H. No. 8-4-549/10, Nethaji Nagar Colony, 
Erragadda, Hyderabad
Tel: +91-40-32366584

N. Madhulatha

C/o. NMV Saradhi
H.No. 398 E.Ws, K.P.H.B. Colony, 
Hyderabad
Tel: +91 9848441528

Prabhakar

223/LIGH, Old Santosh Nagar Colony, 
Hyderabad – 500659
Tel: +91-40-27801614

P. Sudhakara Charry
H.No.8-3-228, 670-503/A
Karmikanagar, 
Yousufguda, Hyderabad
Cell: +91 9849372365

Raize Kubra
S.P. Nagar,S-14, Sandhya Apartments,
Moula Ali, Hyderabad – 40
Tel: +91-40-27138920

Rajendra Prasad
C/o. Jahangir,2-2-1107/74,
Thilaknagar, Hyderabad.
Tel: +91-40-32366178

T. Balakrishna
S/o. TY Sambaiah,
1-2-56/76, Advocates Colony,
Domaluguda, Hyderabad – 500029.
Tel: +91-40-27640076

Venkateswara Rao
964/102, Lotus view Apts.,
New Bhoiguda, Secunderabad 
Tel: +91-40-27534558 / 27627807 / 23412266

V. Radhika

Plot No. 120
A,Near Nagarjuna High School,
Rajeev Nagar, Yousufguda,
Hyderabad
Cell: +91 9849501720

Y. H. Pavan Kumar
H.No.920, Street No.17,
Gandinagar, Hyderabad – 80
Tel: +91-40-27535721


 
 

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