Birla Mandir : Birla Mandir is a Hindu temple of Lord Venkateshwara, built on a 280 feet high hillock called Naubath Pahad on a 13 acres plot. It is constructed of 2000 tons of pure white marble. The construction took 10 years and was opened in 1976 by Swami Ranganathananda of Ramakrishna Mission. The temple was constructed by Birla Foundation. Apart from the main shrine, the consorts of Lord Venkateswara, Padmavati and Andal are housed in separate shrines. The temple also has separate shrines for various Hindu gods and goddess including Shiva, Shakti, Ganesh, Hanuman, Brahma, Saraswati, Lakshmi and Saibaba. Selected because teachings of holy men and Gurbani are engraved on temple walls. Birla temples are open to all, as identified by Mahatma Gandhi and other Hindu leaders.
Laad Bazaar: Laad Bazaar has been mainstream focal point of exchange since the time of Nizams, since the Qutub Shahis. The place still exhibits a touch of history in the way exchange is done here. Mainstream for bangles, Laad Bazaar additionally offers zari and weaving works, sarees, different conventional attire stuff alongside pearls and semi valuable stones. The place is a mainstream vacationer spot with very nearly 500-600 outside visitors going by consistently.
Charminar : It a monument and mosque located in Hyderabad. The Charminar masjid is a square structure with each side 20 meters (approximately 66 feet) long, with four grand arches each facing a fundamental point that open into four streets. The structure is made of granite, limestone, mortar and pulverized marble and it weighs approximately 14000 tones. It was constructed in the year 1591 CE, to commemorate the beginning of the second Islamic millennium year (1000 AH). The event was celebrated far and wide in the Islamic world, thus Qutb Shah founded the city of Hyderabad to celebrate the event and commemorate it with the construction of this building. NOTE : Closed on Fridays.
Mecca Mosque : Mecca Masjid also pronoused as Makkah Masjid & it is one of the oldest mosques in Hyderabad. Makkah Masjid is a listed heritage building in the old city of Hyderabad, close to the historic landmarks of Chowmahalla Palace, Laad Bazaar, and Charminar. The three arched facades have been carved from a single piece of granite, which took five years to quarry. The main hall of the mosque is 75 feet high, 220 feet wide and 180 feet long, enough to accommodate 10,000 worshipers at a time. Fifteen arches support the roof of the main hall, five on each of the three sides. On the four sides of the roof on the main mosque, the ramparts are made of granite planks in the shape of inverted conches perched on pedestals.
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