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Kalyani Dental Hospital welcomes you to Hyderabad & India. A leading name in dental treatment & care, Kalyani Dental Hospital with its state-of-the-art infrastructure leverages the latest dental treatment technology to offer world class dental treatment in a warm and caring environment.

A 400 plus year old city, Hyderabad, the capital of Andhra Pradesh is a wonderful amalgamation of the traditional and the modern. From a laidback and tranquil town that had a traditional, easy going feel to it, Hyderabad has evolved into a bustling and thriving city with over 6.8 million people, making it India's sixth largest city.

The City of Pearls once ruled by the Nizams and known as one of the wealthiest cities in the world, Hyderabad today has is the capital city of Andhra Pradesh with a strong industrial, commercial and information technology center. Hyderabad has several IT and IT Enabled Services (ITES), pharmaceuticals and entertainment companies thanks due to its highly educated workforce. Then there are several reputed academic institutes and research labs, both public and private and a vibrant hospital industry that covers every aspect of medical segment.

In 2012, Hyderabad was ranked as the best heritage city in India with a sizeable presence of historic monuments, temples, mosques and shopping bazaars. There are several interesting tourist landmarks in the city which makes it a veritable tourist delight. Some prominent tourist attractions include

Charminar
Possibly the most famous tourist landmark known to the world, the majestic Charminar is set in the center of the old city amidst the colorful shops of Lad bazaar. Called "The Arc de Triomphe of the East", Charminar built in 1591 by Mohammed Quli Qutb Shah is a awesome work of square edifice that has four exquisite and intricately carved minarets, each 55 metres high with a double balcony facing a cardinal point that opened once upon a time into four royal streets.

Each minaret is crowned by a bulbous dome with dainty petal like designs at the base. About 149 winding steps guide the visitor to the upper floor where there are forty-five prayer spaces.

Golconda Fort
An imposing work of classical architecture, Golconda Fort's history dates back to the early 13th century. Considered as one of India's most outstanding citadels, Golconda Fort is also called popularly as "Shepherd's Hill" or "Golla Konda".

Golconda Fort offers some splendid sights like the royal Nagina Gardens, the bodyguards' barracks, and the three water tanks, all of 12 metres deep, which once formed part of an intricate water system in the fort. But the crowning glory of the fort is the durbar hall, which stands atop a hill overlooking the twin cities of Hyderabad and Secunderabad and which can be approached only by a thousand-step stairway.

Shilparamam
An enchanting arts and crafts village, Shilparamam is spread over 65 acres of land, surrounded by wild vegetation and unique rock formations. Conceived with the aim of creating an environment for the preservation of traditional crafts, Shilparamam enables artisans from across India to showcase their individual skills in a variety of arts, crafts and culture. From Indian pottery to a plethora of weaves, woodwork, jewelry, clothes and local crafts of each region of India, Shilparamam showcases them in a year-round festival of arts and crafts.

Nehru Zoological Park
Extending over 380 acres, Nehru Zoological Park has an undulating landscape that provides for a natural setting. Adjacent to the 600-acre Mir Alam Tank (it has unique multiple arched embankment that attracts hundreds of migratory birds), the Zoo has over 3500 species of birds, animals and reptiles including indigenous animals like the Indian rhino, Asiatic lion, Tiger, Panther, Gaur, Orangutan, Crocodile, Python, Kangaroos, Antelopes and several species of birds, etc. The Zoo also runs different safari trips daily including Lion Safari, Tiger Safari, Bear Safari, & Butterfly Safari.

Ramoji Film City
Located about 35km from the heart of Hyderabad, Ramoji Film City, the largest film studio complex in the world, is set on a massive 1,666 acres on the outskirts of the city along the Vijaywada Highway. RFC has the world's largest integrated film studio and is a great venue for events.

RFC attracts over a million tourists every year from India and abroad, offering a kaleidoscope of attractions like Rolling landscapes, striking gardens, captivating live stunt shows and thrill rides and sights like the royal palaces of the Mughal era and the Mauryan Empire to the rugged towns of the American Wild West! Another attraction is the Ramoji Tower which offers a fabulous aerial view of the entire film city.

Birla Planetorium
India's most modern Planetorium and first of it's kind in the country, Birla Planetorium is perched on top of the Naubat Pahad. Equipped with the most advanced technology from Japan, the Birla Planetorium conducts shows on many fascinatingly intriguing topics such as Hubble's Telescope, Eclipses, Comets, the bizarre phenomenon of unidentified Flying objects, Planets, etc. In addition, it showcases sky shows, each a delightful spectacle of dazzling visual effects and life-like sound effects, daily at different timings and in different languages.

Birla Mandir
Built by the Birla Foundation and dedicated to Lord Venkateshwara, Birla Mandir is nestled majestically atop a hillock called Naubat Pahad. A work of classic sculptural excellence and divinity, Birla Mandir is built in pristine white marble and its structure is a perfect confluence of elegance and divinity. An oasis of calm and stillness, Birla Mandir is visited by scores of people for meditation and worship.

Salar Jung Museum
Recognized as one of the best known Art Museums of the world famous for the world's largest one man Art collection, Salar Jung Museum showcases Indian Art, Middle Eastern Art, Far Eastern Art, European Art and Children's Section. Then there are galleries devoted to the illustrious Salar Jung family collection as well as jade artifacts, sculpture, weaponry, tapestries, etc.

Falaknuma Palace
Built by the last Nizam of Hyderabad, Falaknuma Palace is an amazingly rare blend of Italian and Tudor architecture with stained glass windows that throws a spectrum of colour into the rooms. One of the most expensive constructions, the palace has as many as 220 lavishly decorated rooms and 22 spacious halls. It also has some of the finest treasures collections of the Nizam including oil paintings, statues, carpets, tapestries, furniture, manuscripts and books and a unique Jade and Diamond Collection.

Chow Mohalla Palace
About 5 minutes drive from the famous Charminar, Chowmohalla Palace, also known as Chowmahallat (which means four Palaces) was once the official residence of the Nizams of Hyderabad that was used for all ceremonial functions including the accession of the new Nizams and the royal weddings. Chowmahalla Palace known for its synthesis of many architectural styles and influences, has beautiful palaces, the Durbar Hall, fountains and well laid out gardens and also extravagant Belgian crystal chandeliers. Then there is also a rare collection of priceless books and manuscripts.

Botanical Gardens
Spread over 120 acres of undulating land, Botanical Gardens is a lush expanse of flora and fauna, heightened by acres of greenery. It offers a wonderful collection of medicinal plants, timber trees, fruit trees, ornamental plants, aquatic plants, bamboos and so on. In addition, there are large water bodies, Rolling Meadows, natural forests including different varieties of Bamboo and Palm Trees, rich grasslands and exquisite rock formations, making it an unforgettable experience.

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