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About Tenkasi

Tenkasi is one of the big municipalities in the Tirunelveli district of Tamil Nadu, India. Tenkasi, South Banaras is also famous for its temple. The story of its temple is narrated in an inscription on a four sided pillar set up in front of the gopuram. It is said that God Vishwanatha appeared in the dream of Arikeari Parakrama Pandyan who was living in the fort constructed by him at Vinthankottai which is in the east of Tenkasi the frequently visited Banaras to worship Lord Vishwanatha, and

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About Hyderabad

Hyderabad is the capital of the Indian territory of Telangan

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Bus Services from Tenkasi

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Bus Services to Hyderabad

Bus Services ToHyderabad

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Adoni To Hyderabad
6 Bus Operators
Rs.500 Onwards
Ahmedabad To Hyderabad
3 Bus Operators
Rs.500 Onwards
Ahmednagar To Hyderabad
11 Bus Operators
Rs.500 Onwards
Akividu To Hyderabad
18 Bus Operators
Rs.500 Onwards
Akola To Hyderabad
1 Bus Operators
Rs.500 Onwards
Allagadda To Hyderabad
22 Bus Operators
Rs.500 Onwards
Aluva To Hyderabad
5 Bus Operators
Rs.500 Onwards
Amalapuram To Hyderabad
41 Bus Operators
Rs.500 Onwards
Anakapalle To Hyderabad
27 Bus Operators
Rs.500 Onwards
Anand To Hyderabad
2 Bus Operators
Rs.500 Onwards
Ankleshwar To Hyderabad
2 Bus Operators
Rs.500 Onwards
Annavaram To Hyderabad
64 Bus Operators
Rs.500 Onwards
Attili To Hyderabad
7 Bus Operators
Rs.500 Onwards
Aurangabad To Hyderabad
9 Bus Operators
Rs.500 Onwards
Bagalkot To Hyderabad
2 Bus Operators
Rs.500 Onwards
Bangalore To Hyderabad
86 Bus Operators
Rs.500 Onwards
Beed To Hyderabad
1 Bus Operators
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Belgaum To Hyderabad
16 Bus Operators
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Bellary To Hyderabad
9 Bus Operators
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Bharuch To Hyderabad
2 Bus Operators
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Bhimavaram To Hyderabad
36 Bus Operators
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Bhopal To Hyderabad
1 Bus Operators
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Bidar To Hyderabad
1 Bus Operators
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Bijapur To Hyderabad
4 Bus Operators
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Chandrapur To Hyderabad
1 Bus Operators
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Chennai To Hyderabad
27 Bus Operators
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Chilakaluripet To Hyderabad
31 Bus Operators
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Chitradurga To Hyderabad
6 Bus Operators
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Chittoor To Hyderabad
10 Bus Operators
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Coimbatore To Hyderabad
11 Bus Operators
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Cuddalore To Hyderabad
1 Bus Operators
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Davanagere To Hyderabad
8 Bus Operators
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Delhi To Hyderabad
1 Bus Operators
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Boarding Points

THENKASI
Tenkasi
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Ilanji
Courtallam
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I T I
NEW BUSTAND
Iti Kuthukalvalasai
Idaikal
Kadayanallur
Puliyangudi
Vasudevanallur
SIVAGIRI
Rajapalayam
Srivilliputhur
T Kallupatti
Thirumangalam
Madurai Matthuthavani
Tenkasi Bus Stand
elephantbridge
Newbusstand
SBT Tenkasi
TENKASI
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ITI
Idaikaal
tenkasi bus stand
ITI Bus stop
ITI Bus Stop
Idaikal Bus Stop
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Droping Points

Ameerpet
Afzal Gunj
Nampally
Lakdikapool
KPHB
Hyderabad
S.R Nagar
Paradise
Kukatpally
Chanda Nagar
Kahiguda Station Road
Miyapur
Kondapur
Mehdipatnam
Hi Tech City
Bhel
Panjagutta
Rani Gung(Secundrabad)
Afzal Gung
Bahadur pura
Paujagutta
Mosapet
K P H B
Musapet
Ajzal Kunj
Balnagar
Hydernagar
Gachiboli
SR Nagar
Alwin Maiyapur Cross
Meerupet
S.R. Nagar
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Placess To Visit In Tenkasi

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Placess To Visit In Hyderabad

Golkonda-Fort-Hyderabad

Golkonda Fort Hyderabad

Golconda Fort is one of the oldest and historical Forts of India, that carries the Indian culture Heritage from generations. Golconda Fort, earlier known as ‘Golla Konda’ later came into the conquer of Qutub Shahi Dynasty, later came into the ruling of grandeur Mohammad Quli Qutub Shah, who named fort as Golconda and made several additions to the fort representing the Nawabi culture. 

Golconda fort was popularly known as ‘Diamond Market’ and famous for extracting precious diamonds and gems of the world including Hope diamond, Nassak diamond, Koh-i-Noor, and Darya-i-Noor.

One cannot miss trying the hand applauds sounded in the principal doors of the fort and clear patio sound is heard on the highest point of the fortress. There are many more beautiful monuments, Taramathi Gana Mandir, Baktha Ramdas Bandana and many more can be seen there which will definitely take back to the historical days of Golconda Fort.

Golconda Fort was constructed on a hilltop in west Hyderabad in 1143. Though it was constructed in the 1100s, the fort was fortified between the 14th and 17th centuries. The inner structure consists of ruins of courtyards, palaces, pavilions, etc.
Golconda is one of the most impressive fort structures in India. Most Popular Historical Places in Hyderabad. The fort has seen the rise and fall of various dynasties throughout history. This one of the coolest tourist spots every day thousands of people visit this place.
An archeological gem, the Golconda Fort was once the capital of the Qutb Shahi Dynasty- the ruling family of ancient Hyderabad. The massive fortress is now a famous spot for family picnics and enjoying the outdoors. Right outside the city, this fort makes for a great place for day trips and enjoying nature and history.

This is one of the ancient places in the city to visit. Mind-blowing architecture, Cave like structures, buildings, and walls. This is a must-visit place if you want to get the taste of the history, essence, and the legacy of Hyderabad. This shows you the engineering marvels of those old times.

The fort welcomes you with nice grass lawns on either side of the pathway. Few meters up the path, the grand doorway stands tall in front of you. The doorway is huge enough to let elephants and chariots pass through it. There is a lot of climbing on old stairs, over 500-feet up. If you are new to Hyderabad taking a guide would be better to know the history and to understand how it's designed. In the lobby, you will find a small museum that has some artifacts. The place has nice gardens, mosques, and mostly old structures that were once part of a real kingdom. It took me 2 hours to climb to the top of the fort. After getting through the hand-clap you should walk crossing some mosques and gardens then you can see your destination from below.
Then to the top of the fort.
The fort has a place where even when the sun is scorching you can feel a cool breeze near it which now serves as a canteen storage place to refrigerate goods. At the top, we can enjoy the wind blowing through and it feels so refreshed. From the top, you can have a glance at the entire city.


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Birla Mandir

Birla Mandir Hyderabad

Birla Mandir is a Hindu sanctuary, based on a 280 feet (85 m) high hillock called Naubath Pahad on 13 sections of land (53,000 m2) plot. The development took 10 years and was opened in 1976 by Swami Ranganathananda of Ramakrishna Mission. The sanctuary was built by Birla Foundation, which has likewise developed a few comparative sanctuaries crosswise over India, which are all known as Birla Mandir.

Hyderabad tourism is not only about visiting historical places in Hyderabad but also about the famous mythological place, Birla Mandir located near Khairatbad. Birla Mandir is constructed on an old high hillock named Naubath Pahad which is about 280 feet high. The temple is constructed with several tonnes of marble brought from Rajasthan and the architecture is in Oriya style and it took almost 10 years to complete the construction of this beautiful temple. The temple was devoted by Sri Ranganathananda head of Ramakrishna Mission in 1976 and since then the temple receives prayers in a grandeur way.

The Mandir is dedicated to the Kaliyuga Daivam Lord Venkateswara and the idol is 11 feet high receiving devotional prayers every day in the temple. The atmosphere of the temple is so serene every sculpture is beautifully carved out of white marble stone and you can witness several paintings of epic Ramayana, small temples of Hindu deities, and the most noticeable 47 feet bronze flagstaff at the top of the temple.

The specialty of Birla Mandir:  

  • Oriya style architecture of the temple
  • Top view of the city from the temple is so mesmerizing
  • 11 feet idol of Lord Venkateswara carved out of tonnes of marble stone

How to Reach Birla Mandir:

Birla Mandir is located in Khairatabad and there are plenty of buses from every place to reach Khairatabad and you can also take the metro and get down at Khairatabad metro station and take an auto or cab to reach the temple.

Birla Mandir spending Time: 1 hour
Things to do at Birla Mandir: Visit the temple and offer prayings to Lord Venkateswara.


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