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tgblog May 03 2014

Byappanahalli: A Transit Hub

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A nondescript settlement a decade ago, Byappanahalli in East Bangalore has seen a boom on all fronts in recent years. The neighbourhood, which was once considered to be at the city’s utmost end, is now well connected not only by road and rail but also by the upscale metro. It has shaped up as one of the major boarding points in the city. This stands testimony to the area’s development as a transit hub. This locality off Madras Road is used as a detour to connect to the Bangalore International Airport (27 km). Major bus depots like Majestic (28 km), […..]

tgblog May 03 2014

Nampally – an Entrance into Hyderabad

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Hyderabad is a city of international fame. Despite this fact, it is undeniable that a major bulk of tourists visiting the city is from within India. To many such tourists, Nampally acts as the gateway into the city as the area has a famous railway station via which thousands of tourists enter or leave the city. Bus counters of several top operators such as Kesineni Travels and VRL Travels have counters here. Besides, the location of Nampally makes it very strategic and interesting. Being very close to the historic Old City, Nampally is an equal treat. Various shows and exhibitions […..]

tgblog Apr 26 2014

Indiranagar: The happening place to be

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Indiranagar in East Bangalore is one of the most happening places in the city. The streets are abuzz with activity; incessant honking of cars, buses and motorbikes are the order of the day.  The various showrooms, schools, colleges, offices, hospitals and restaurants located in the area makes it a sought-after hub. Also, its proximity to Domlur (2.2 km), CV Raman Nagar (4 km), Ulsoor (4.6 km), Madiwala (7.5), Koramangla (7.7 km), HSR Layout (10.6 km), Majestic Bus Stand ( 10.9 km), Majestic Railway Station (12.5 km), JP Nagar (14.4 km) and Bangalore airport (40 km) are instrumental in pulling a […..]

tgblog Apr 26 2014

Afzalgunj – Gateway to the Old City

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Hyderabad being a historic city is a known fact to all. Palaces, museums, forts, lakes, mosques – you name it and the city has got them all. No matter which part of the city you are in, you will never get a feel of complete isolation of one world from the other as in the modern from the medieval. You can easily book bus tickets online to see the historic city for yourself. Undoubtedly, Charminar is the monument which has given Hyderabad city its global reputation. One of the most popular routes by which one can approach this historic monument […..]

tgblog Apr 20 2014

Mehdipatnam – Hyderabad’s Central Boarding Point

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Hyderabad is a city which is a mixture of the old and the new. There are a lot of similarities between the city and Beirut in Lebanon or Riyadh in Saudi Arabia, primarily in terms of culture, people, dress and even food at local Arabian eateries. Besides, the city is also the home of the Nizams, the Qutub Shahis and the related architecture. Tourists visit this city primarily for sightseeing with some of the prime attractions being Charminar, Golconda Fort and Hussain Sagar lake. The spot which lies at the crossroads when it comes to accessing these destinations along with […..]