Hotels, Things to do, Places to visit, Restaurants, Attractions, Car Rental in Hyderabad
It is the second-largest city in Sindh and the eighth-largest in Pakistan. Founded in 1768 by Mian Ghulam Shah Kalhoro of the Kalhora Dynasty, Hyderabad served as a provincial capital until the British transferred the capital to Bombay's presidency in 1847. It is about 150 kilometers (93 mi) from the land of Karachi, the largest city of Pakistan to which it is connected by a direct railway and motorway.
Hyderabad is currently a major cultural and commercial center that connects urban and rural Sindh. The graves of the Talpur and Kalhora emperors, two royal fortifications, and the miles-long lively, and colorful Shahi Bazaar are all worth seeing in Hyderabad. However, there are a number of historic and old marketplaces, as well as the famed Hyderabadi biryani. On the other hand, the city's stunning monuments and architecture will compel you to enjoy its charm.
The culture of Hyderabad is also known as Hyderabadi Tehzeeb. Since it lies along the Indus River, it is rich in customs, culture, and history. It is notable because of its lively cultural legacy, ethnic variety, and artifacts from a magnificent past and a progressive present.
With 90.86 percent of the population, Islam is the most popular religion. Hinduism is practiced by 8.22% of the population (including Scheduled Castes), while Christianity is practiced by 0.86 percent. As a result, the city is cosmopolitan, with multicultural and multiethnic communities. The city is multi-ethnic, including Brahuis, Muhajirs, Punjabis, Memons, Pashtuns, and Baloch people speaking Sindhi and Urdu. According to the 2017 census, 1.22% of Saraiki as their first language, followed by 3.22% of Pashto, 4.45% Punjabi, 42.61% Urdu, and 43.44% of the population spoke Sindhi.
Hyderabad has grown into a major commercial and cultural hub that connects rural and urban Sindh. Lungi and Sherwani Kurta Pajama for males. While Salwar Kameez and Dupatta for ladies are the traditional Hyderabadi outfits. In public, Muslim women frequently wear burqas and hijabs. The majority of the youth dress in western attire. Telugu food and Hyderabadi cuisine are the two varieties of cuisine served in the city. Hyderabadi Biryani with basmati rice, mutton, onions, yogurt, and other spices, is one of the most well-known meals. In Hyderabad, you may find Western cuisine franchises like McDonald's, KFC, and Pizza Hut.