Create a Website for a City in HTML and VBScript – IGNOU MCA Assignment 2015 – 16

By | September 13, 2015

MASTER OF COMPUTER APPLICATIONS

Course Code : MCSL-016
Course Title : Internet Concepts and Web Design
(Lab Course)
Assignment Number : MCA(I)/L-016/Assignment/15-16
Maximum Marks : 50
Weightage : 25%

Create a website that provides information about historical tourist places around your city. Your site should include the following pages.

a. The Home page should consist of four areas containing the following information:

  • TOP area containing the name of your city and a photograph of a historical monument. Make sure that you use a good picture format.
  • LEFTMENU area containing the links to other pages – these links should include – My City, List of Monuments, History of the City, Important Addresses and Feedback.
  • The CONTENT area of this Home page should display information like population, and climatic conditions etc. about your city.
  • The COPYRIGHT area should display the copyright information and current date and time.

You need to make sure that the TOP, LEFT MENU and COPYRIGHT area is same across all the pages of the website.

b. My City page should give information about the objectives, festivals of the city etc. in some structured format in the CONTENT area. You may use lists or tables for the same.

c. List of Monuments page lists the names of important Monuments in the CONTENT area. These names should be hyperlinked to History of City page.

d. History of City page should highlight the history of city as well as important monuments in the CONTENT area.

e. Important Addresses page should provide information about the important Government and public offices in the CONTENT area.

f. Feedback page should have a feedback form in the CONTENT area. This form should consist of at least one text box, radio buttons, list boxes etc. This page should get the feedback about the site. You must use JavaScript to check that all the required fields are filled by the visitor.

a)The Home page should consist of four areas containing the following information.

For Main Page Area for Creating Frames:  Index.html

<HTML >
<frameset rows="21%,*" >
<frame name="topframe" src="header.html" frameborder="0" scrolling="no"/ >
<frameset rows="83%,*" >
<frameset cols="15%,*" >
<frame name="left" src="links.html" frameborder="0" scrolling="no"/ >
<frame name="centre" src="home.html" frameborder="0"/ >
</frameset >
<frame name="lowerframe" src="footer.html" frameborder="0" scrolling="no"/ >
</frameset >
</frameset >
</HTML >

For Header Area:  Header.html

<html>
<head>
<title>Untitled Document</title>
<meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=iso-8859-1">
<style type="text/css">
<
.style2 {
font-size: 12px;
font-family: Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif;
color: #00CC00;
}
.style4 {font-size: 10px; color: #000000; }
.style5 {font-family: Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif}
.style6 {
font-size: 27px;
color: #FF0000;
}
.style10 {font-size: 10px; color: #9933FF; }
body {
background-color: #333333;
}
</style>
</head>
<body>
<table align="left">
<tr>
<td> <img src="logo.jpg" alt="logo" width="100px" height="100px"/>
<td>
<center><span class="style2">Welcome to</span><br>
<span class="style6">HyderabadCity.com</span></center>
</td>
<td> <img src="logo.jpg" alt="logo" width="100px" height="100px"/>
</tr>
<tr>
</table>
<table align="right">
<td> <img src="CHARMINAR_Hyderabad.jpg" width="500px" height="100px"/> </td>
</td>
<tr>
</tr>
</tr>
</table>
</body>
</html>

For Left Area:  Links.html

<HTML >
<HEAD >
<TITLE > </TITLE >
</HEAD >
<BODY bgcolor="lightblue" >
<table align="left" >
<tr > <td > </td ></tr >
<tr >
<td > <a href="home.html" target="centre" > Home</a > </td >
</tr >
<tr > <td > </td ></tr >
<tr >
<td > <a href="mycity.html" target="centre" > My City</a > </td >
</tr >
<tr > <td > </td ></tr >
<td > <a href="list.html" target="centre" > List of Monuments</a > </td >
</tr >
<tr > <td >
<tr >
<td > <a href="history.html" target="centre" > History of the City </a > </td >
</tr >
<tr > <td > </td ></tr >
<td > <a href="addresses.html" target="centre" > Important Addresses</a > </td >
</tr >
<tr > <td > </td ></tr >
<tr >
<td > <a href="feedback.html" target="centre" > Feedback</a > </td >
</tr >
</table >
</BODY >
</HTML >

For Content Area:  Home.html

<HTML >
<HEAD >
<TITLE > Home </TITLE >
</HEAD >
<BODY bgcolor="lightgreen" >
Home Page
<center > <h1 > <u > Welcome To HyderabadCity.com Website</u > </h1 > <center >
<table align="center" >
<tr >
<tr > <img src="CHARMINAR_Hyderabad.jpg" alt="Image" width="800px" height="150px"/ > </td >
</tr >
</table >
<p><b>About Hyderabad India:</b><br></p>
<p>Hyderabad city is the <b>capital city</b> of the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh, in the region of Telangana.</p>
<p>It lies on the Deccan Plateau, 541 meters (1776 ft) above sea level, over an area of 625 km² (244 mile²).</p>
<p>The city has an estimated population of around 8 million, making it 4th largest city in India , while the population of the metropolitan area was estimated above 9 million. Religiously and culturally, the city is united with Hindus, Muslims and Christians. </p>
<p>Hyderabad city is known for its <b>rich</b> history, food and its multi-lingual culture, both geographically and culturally. </p>
<p>Founded in the year 1591 by fifth Qutb Shahi Ruler Muhammad Quli Qutb Shah.</p>
<p>The original city of Hyderabad was founded on the banks of river Musi. Now known as the <b>historic old city</b>, home to the Charminar, Falaknuma Palace, Chowmallah Palace and Makkah Masjid, it lies on the southern bank of the river.</p>
<p>Hyderabad and Secunderabad are <b>twin cities</b>, separated by the Husain Sagar (bound by the 'Tank Bund'), a man made lake made during the time of Ibrahim Qutb Shah in 1562.</p><p></p>
</BODY >
</HTML >

For Footer Area:  Footer.html

<HTML >
<HEAD >
<TITLE > New Document </TITLE >
</HEAD >
<script language="vbscript" >
sub getCurrentDateTime()
dim daydate,daytime
daydate=FormatDateTime(Date(),1)
dtime=Hour(Now)
document.form1.txtdatetime.value=CStr(daydate)+" "+CStr(Time)
end sub
</script>
<BODY bgcolor="lightblue" onLoad="getCurrentDateTime()" >
<form name="form1" onLoad="getCurrentDateTime()" >
<p><center><u>ALL RIGHT RESERVED.</u><center >
<span>Copyright @ 2015, HyderabadCity.com</span><br />
<table>
<tr> </tr>
<tr> <td> Current Date & Time:</td> <td> <input type="text" name="txtdatetime" size="30" /> </td> <td> </td>
<tr> </tr>
</table>
</form>
</BODY >
</HTML >

 

b)My City page should give information about the objectives, festivals of the city etc. in some structured format in the CONTENT area. You may use lists or tables for the same.

For About Us Page:  mycity.html

<HTML >
<HEAD >
<TITLE > My city </TITLE >
</HEAD >
<BODY bgcolor="lightgreen" >
<h3>Overview of Hyderabad India</h3><table bgcolor="#dbedf9" border="1" cellpadding="2" cellspacing="2" width="100%"><tbody><tr><td><font size="2"><left><b>Name of the city:</b></left></font></td><td><font size="2"><left>Hyderabad</left></font></td></tr><tr><td><font size="2"><left><b>Name of the state:</b></left></font></td><td><font size="2"><left>Andhra Pradesh</left></font></td></tr><tr><td><font size="2"><left><b>Area:</b></left></font></td><td><font size="2"><left>625 km² (241 sq mi)</left></font></td></tr><tr><td><font size="2"><left><b>Time Zone:</b></left></font></td><td><font size="2"><left>IST (UTC+5:30)</left></font></td></tr><tr><td><font size="2"><left><b>Distance(s):</b></left></font></td><td><font size="2"><left>From Delhi - 1499 km<br>From Mumbai - 711 km<br>From Bangalore - 562 km<br>From Chennai - 688 km<br>From Kolkatta - 1516 km</left></font></td></tr><tr><td><font size="2"><left><b>Region:</b></left></font></td><td><font size="2"><left>Telangana</left></font></td></tr><tr><td><font size="2"><left><b>Founded:</b></left></font></td><td><font size="2"><left>1591</left></font></td></tr><tr><td><font size="2"><left><b>Founder:</b></left></font></td><td><font size="2"><left>Muhammad Quli Qutb Shah<br><i>Fifth Qutb Shahi Ruler</i></left></font></td></tr><tr><td><font size="2"><left><b>Population:</b></left></font></td><td><font size="2"><left>8893640 (Year 2008)</left></font></td></tr><tr><td><font size="2"><left><b>Country code of India:</b></left></font></td><td><font size="2"><left>0091 or +91</left></font></td></tr><tr><td><font size="2"><left><b>City code / STD code of Hyderabad:</b></left></font></td><td><font size="2"><left>040</left></font></td></tr><tr><td><font size="2"><left><b>Languages:</b></left></font></td><td><font size="2"><left>Urdu, Telugu, Hindi and English</left></font></td></tr><tr><td><font size="2"><left><b>Currency of Hyderabad India:</b></left></font></td><td><font size="2"><left>Indian Rupees</left></font></td></tr></tbody></table>
<p></p><p></p></h3>What makes Hyderabad such a special destination is its multi-cultural mix of people. <p></p>
<h3>Language</h3>
Hyderabad India
<p>There are four languages in Hyderabad: Hindi, Deccani-Urdu, Telugu and
English. English is the language of business and administration, and is
widely spoken and understood. Most Hyderabadis are bilingual, and speak
their mother tongue as well as English.</p>
<p></p><h3>Religion</h3>With this mixture of people, Hyderabad is also a mixture of religions.
Hyderabad’s skyline boasts the distinctive minarets of mosques,
intricate figurines of Hindu temple gods, beautiful Churches and
distinctive architecture of Gurudwaras. The main religions are
Hinduism, Islam, Christianity and Sikhism.<p></p><p></p>
<h3>Security &amp; Safety</h3>
Hyderabad India
<p>Hyderabad has a well-founded reputation as one of the safest cities in the world.
Crime rates are very low and the streets are safe to walk in any time
of the day or night. However, I do recommend that visitors to my city
take the normal precaution of keeping their valuables in a safe place
at all times.</p>
<p>The Andhra Pradesh Government has and will continue to
be vigilant in ensuring that Hyderabad remains safe. It has stepped up
security measures at key installations and other sensitive places. The
Government has also made it known that extremism originating from
religion or race has no place in Hyderabad and it will not hesitate to
take action against any extremist or terrorist groups or individuals.</p><p></p><h3>Wine &amp; Dine</h3>Hyderabad’s
multicultural population is reflected in the wide variety of excellent
restaurants offering a diversity of cuisine from around the world.<p></p><h3>Tipping</h3>Tipping
is not encouraged as most hotels and restaurants in Hyderabad already
levy a service charge on customers' bills. Tipping is not a way of life
in Hyderabad and the practice is not encouraged.<p></p><h3>Driving</h3>Minimum
age is 18 years with a valid state/provincial driver's license. An
international driver's license is required for visits beyond one month.
Cars are right-hand drive; driven on the left-hand side of the road.
<h3>Emergency Numbers</h3>
Hyderabad India
<UL>
<LI>Police 100<LI>Fire 101<LI>Ambulance 102</UL>
<p>These are the numbers in Hyderabad, but they are usually the same in other cities of India.</p>
<h3>Passport</h3>According
to law, you must have your passport with you at all times. To check
into a hotel you must show your passport to the hotel clerk and fill
out a form with your passport and visa information. If the police ask
to see your passport, you must show it to them. They have the right to
ask you for it at any time, for no reason.
<h3>Electric Current</h3>
Hyderabad India
<p>Standard voltage is 220-240 volts AC 50 cycles per second. Most hotels are
equipped with transformers for 110-120 volts AC, 60 cycles per second
appliances. This is different from America and England, so to use your
tape recorder, etc., you need a converter and an adapter for your plug,
which you can get at certain Indian appliance stores in your own
country. Socket sizes in India vary, so it is a good idea to get a
universal adapter which is available at airports and at special travel
stores. Sockets have three round pins, which is similar to the ones
used in Europe. European plugs will go into the sockets, but the Indian
pins are a little thicker and the plug will be a little loose, so the
connection may not be so good.</p>
<p><b>NOTICE:</b> There are many power failures in India. So it is a good idea to have a good flashlight (torch).</p><p></p><h3>Smoking</h3>Smoking
is prohibited in public buses, elevators, theaters, cinemas,
air-conditioned restaurants, shopping centers and government offices.<p></p><h3>What to Wear</h3>
Hyderabad has a moderate temperature ranging from 15 to 40 degrees.
Light and summer clothing made from natural fabrics like cotton is best
for everyday wear. Casual dress is acceptable for most situations and
occasions but some establishments may require a more formal dress code.
It is always advisable to check beforehand on dress regulations, if any.<p></p><h3>Acceptable Dress</h3>In
you are well dressed, you will usually be treated better in Hyderabad -
India, especially when you are doing official business. When going to
religious places you should dress very conservatively.
<p></p><h3>Women Travelers</h3>
Hyderabad India
<p>It is best for women not to travel alone, especially if they have never
been to India before. Many men in India think western women to be easy.
Women are often subjected to being stared at, handled, peaked at
through a hole in a hotel room door, and may receive obscene comments.
These situations are not usually a serious threat.</p><p>It is important
that women dress modestly. Women in India do not normally show their
shoulders or knees, or wear tight fitting clothes, or shorts. It is
best not to wear clinging, or low cut clothes. The bra-less look should
be avoided.</p><p>Women usually do not shake hands with men, and
certainly any physical contact beyond this is asking for trouble.
Having a casual conversation with a man is considered a reason for a
man to proceed further. Indian women and men who don’t know each other,
unless they are highly educated, just don’t talk with each other in
India. If you feel that a man is coming into your space, more than
likely he is. Usually you can just request them to stay away from you.
If someone touches you apparently innocently, it usually isn’t. </p><p>If
you have a problem on a train or bus, approach the ticket collector and
ask them politely to help you. If the ticket collector won’t help you,
ask to see the conductor of the train. The conductor is usually a
well-educated man, who you should speak to respectfully, and who will
usually be helpful.Groping is a normal thing. It is standard for women
to be groped (handled) on the local trains. That is why there are
separate compartments for women. Even just walking in the station,
women can be handled. If a woman goes into a very crowded situation
with many men, such as a bus, especially if she is by herself, it is
not unusual for her to be groped. This happens with Indian ladies too.</p><p>If
you are a woman traveling alone, it could be a good idea to travel by
air-conditioned or first-class. There are much less passengers on these
carriages, and they usually have had more contact with foreigners, so
they are easier to deal with.Women can request a ladies compartment in
a 2nd class carriage of a train. Many trains have such a compartment.
Also, most of the time there is a special ladies’ queue (line) for
purchasing train tickets. This means that ladies can go to the front of
a queue to purchase tickets for trains and no one will say anything.
Most railway stations have ladies’ waiting rooms. </p><p></p>
<h3>Begging</h3>
Hyderabad India
<p>There are beggars, and then there are sadhus or saintly persons who accept
donations. I do not think it is a good idea to give anything to the
average beggar, unless you give them food. Giving to a saintly person
is actually to the benefit of the giver. The difficulty with giving to
a saintly person is to know who is actually saintly.</p>
<p>One problem about giving to beggars by temples or holy places, especially if they
are children, is that if you give to one, you may have a hundred
persons surround you and ask you for money. Also, it is a bad policy to
give any money to small children, because they usually give all the
money to their parents or some other adult. In this way the parents do
not have to work, nor is it profitable for the parents to give their
children an education. </p><p></p>
<h3>Indian Culture</h3>
Hyderabad India
<br>
1. Don’t overload your plate, you are expected to finish everything.<br>2. Never put objects on a temple or someone’s personal altar in their home or on sacred items, such as a religious book.<br>3. Never point the soles of your feet towards an altar in a temple, other people, or holy sites.<br>4.
Remove your shoes when entering someone’s home, even if they tell you
it is all right to wear your shoes. It is almost never all right.<br>5. Don’t take photograph without permission.<p></p><h3>Credit Cards</h3>American Express, Diners Club, Mastercard and Visa are widely accepted.
<p></p><h3>Banking &amp; Money Changing </h3>
<p>Hyderabad India</p>
Banks
throughout Hyderabad generally open at 9.30am and close at 3.30pm Mondays to Fridays, and 9.30am to 12.30am on Saturdays for transactions
of travellers' cheques and other financial matters. For convenience, Automated teller machines (ATM) are open round-the-clock, offering the
MAESTRO or CIRRUS network system. Apart from the convenience of exchanging money at all banks and hotels, money can also be exchanged
wherever the sign "Licensed Money Changer" is displayed. Most shopping complexes have a licensed money changer. Visitors are discouraged from
changing money with unlicensed money changers.
<p></p><h3>Office Hours</h3>Business / government offices are usually open from Monday to Friday, 9am - 5pm
and Saturday, 9am - 1pm. Offices and shops are usually closed on Sunday, but can be closed on a different day depending on the town.
<h3>Shopping Hours</h3>
Hyderabad India
<p>Shops open from 10am to 9pm daily. You needn't keep a sharp eye on your watch
when you're shopping in Hyderabad. Our city also enjoys the reputation of being one of the safest places to be in, so provided basic
precautions are taken, you can have peace of mind to shop and walk
around well into the night.</p>
is the center of telecommunications in India with 24-hour telex,
international direct dial (IDD) telephone, telegram and facsimile
services. Telephone country code is +91 and city code is 040. There are
many telephone service providers – AirTel, Idea, Reliance, Vodafone and
BSNL. <p></p><h3>Travel and Health Insurance</h3>I strongly recommend
that you take out insurance policies to cover medical and travel
expenses. If necessary, consult your travel agent.<p></p><h3>Drug Abuse</h3>Drug
abuse is viewed seriously in Hyderabad. Illicit traffic in narcotic
drugs and psychotropic substances is strictly prohibited.
<p></p><h3>Hitech Hyderabad India</h3>Hyderabad is one of the most <b>developed</b> city in India. It is an emerging information technology (or IT) and biotechnology hub of India.<p>Hyderabad has witnessed a remarkable growth in the <b>real estate</b>
business, thanks to a predominantly information technology-driven boom
in the 1990s and the retail industry growth over the last few years
which have spurred hectic commercial activity. A number of mega malls
have come up and are being built in the city.</p><p></p>
<p>The <b>rapid growth</b> of the city, along with the growth of Secunderabad and neighboring municipalities has resulted in a large metropolitan area.</p><p>Hyderabad
is the financial and economic capital of the state. The city is the
largest contributor to the state's gross domestic product, state tax
and excise revenues.</p><p>The <b>infrastructural facilities</b> for
basic research in Hyderabad are some of the best in the country,
hosting a large academic population from all over the country and
beyond.</p>
</BODY >
</HTML >

c)List of Monuments page lists the names of important Monuments in the CONTENT area. These names should be hyperlinked to History of City page.

For Academics Page:  list.html

<HTML >
<HEAD >
<TITLE > Home </TITLE >
</HEAD >
<BODY bgcolor="lightgreen" >
<h2 style="text-align: center;">Historical Monuments of Hyderabad</h2>
<h3 style="text-align: center;">Pride of Hyderabad City</h3>
<p>Historical Monuments of Hyderabad are famous for their <b>splendid architecture</b>. Many magnificent monuments are situated in old city of Hyderabad and few of them are in and around Hyderabad city.</p>
<p>These <b>beautiful structures</b> were built by Kings of Quli Qutb Shah dynasty, Rulers of Asaf Jah dynasty and also by Royal Families of Hyderabad city.</p>
<p>Few monuments are more than <b>400 years old</b> and still <b>standing tall</b> with open arms to welcome you to explore their beauty and architecture.</p>
<p>I bet you that you will go crazy and will definitely want to have a dream house like Chowmahalla Palace, Falaknuma Palace or Malwala Palace of Hyderabad. Once you visit these palaces you will surely remember my words, because these palaces are regarded as most magnificent palaces in world.</p>
<p>So come and explore beautiful historical monuments of Hyderabad !</p>
<P><P><center><img border="0" src="http://www.hyderabadplanet.com/images/xHistorical-Monuments-of-Hyderabad.jpg.pagespeed.ic.gZ3iNVU7Qa.jpg" alt="Tomb of Muhammad Quli Qutb Shah"></center>
<font color="#000066"><b><u><center>Tomb of Muhammad Quli Qutb Shah</center></b></u>
<i><center>Located near Golconda Fort</center></i></font>
<p>These historical monuments of Hyderabad were homes, guesthouses and meeting places of Hyderabad rulers and noble families. Now they have been converted into Hotels, Court, Hospitals, Assembly, Museums and picnic spots. </p>
<p>I love visiting these monuments as they <b>remind me</b> of great rulers of Hyderabad city and Golconda kingdom. My eyes always get stuck on the architectural work of these palaces and monuments. </p>
<p><center><h3>Video of Charminar</h3></center>
<center><object width="425" height="355"><param name="movie" value="http://www.youtube.com/v/0Ojzsa8HXrA&rel=1"></param><param name="wmode" value="transparent"></param><embed src="http://www.youtube.com/v/0Ojzsa8HXrA&rel=1" type="application/x-shockwave-flash" wmode="transparent" width="425" height="355"></embed></object></center>
<p><center><h3>Video of Qutb Shahi Tombs</h3></center>
<center><b>Tomb of Fatima Sultana</b></center>
<center><object width="425" height="350"> <param name="movie" value="http://www.youtube.com/v/sjylmNm39Ow"> </param> <embed src="http://www.youtube.com/v/sjylmNm39Ow" type="application/x-shockwave-flash" width="425" height="350"> </embed> </object></center>
<p><center><h3>Video of Golconda Fort</h3></center>
<center><object width="425" height="355"><param name="movie" value="http://www.youtube.com/v/87GaQvYNVsA&rel=1"></param><param name="wmode" value="transparent"></param><embed src="http://www.youtube.com/v/87GaQvYNVsA&rel=1" type="application/x-shockwave-flash" wmode="transparent" width="425" height="355"></embed></object></center>
<h3>Weather & Ignorace...</h3>
<p>Many monuments got <b>damaged</b> by bad weather. Few of them are in pathetic condition due to ignorance of state government and archaeological department.</p>
<p>If the state government and archaeological department won’t take necessary steps to <b>save these monuments</b> then after few years these monuments may not exist and will be seen only in books.</p>
<p>I feel very bad when I see people writing names and drawing signs on monument walls. We should avoid writing on these marvelous monuments. We must <b>praise</b> the architectural design work of these magnificent palaces which are the pride of Hyderabad, India.</p>
<P><P><center><img border="0" src="http://www.hyderabadplanet.com/images/xChowmahalla-Palace-View.jpg.pagespeed.ic.M5SPU2tByE.jpg" alt="Chowmahalla Palace, Hyderabad"></center>
<font color="#000066"><b><u><center>Chowmahalla Palace</center></b></u>
<i><center>Located near Charminar</center></i></font>
<h3>Planning to Visit ?</h3>
<p>Start early if you are planning to see them, as few monuments will take your <b>full day</b> to explore. Few of them are closed on Fridays and Mondays, so it will be better to contact their respective office before planning to visit. </p>
<p>Below you will find brief description on each historical monuments of Hyderabad city.</p>
<hr>
<h3><center>Historical Monuments of Hyderabad</h3></center>
<h3><center>Qutb Shahi Period</h3></center>
<table bgcolor="#6697be" border="0" cellpadding="2" cellspacing="2" width="100%"><tbody><tr><td><b><font size="4" color="#ffffff">Qutb Shahi Tombs (Seven Tombs)</font></b></td></tr></tbody></table>
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Nowhere in the world are there so many tombs in one place as here. You will find more than 20 tombs at one place, these tombs are famous as 'Seven Tombs'. These tombs erected in memory of the departed kings of Golconda are truly magnificent monuments that have stood the test of time and the vagaries of nature. These imposing marvels of architectural excellence stand as solemn reminders of the grandeur and glory of Golconda and the great kings who are buried here. These tombs mark a unique architectural style which is a mixture of Persian, Pathan and Hindu forms. The arcades on all the sides and the pointed arches add to their beauty and grace. Situated 1 kilometre away from Golconda fort.<br>
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<table bgcolor="#6697be" border="0" cellpadding="2" cellspacing="2" width="100%"><tbody><tr><td><b><font size="4" color="#ffffff">Golconda Fort or Golkonda Fort</font></b></td></tr></tbody></table>
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I highly recommend you to visit Golconda fort. Some historians claim that Golconda Fort is about 2000 years old. Golconda kings spent millions of rupees upon the fort for the command of the Deccan. Golconda fort is on an isolated granite hill and rises in splendour about 400 feet above surrounding plain. The walls and bastions were built of large blocks of masonry, some of them weighing several tons. There are eight darwazas or gates in the outer wall. The gates were studded with iron spikes and various other devices which were intended to prevent elephants from charging at them. Within the walls of the fort, scattered in all directions, are a number of old buildings, mosques and places of historical and architectural interest.<br>
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I refer Charminar as a logo of Hyderabad city. Charminar, the edifice of the four minarets, is the legendary masterpiece of Qutb Shahis. The awesome rectangular structure was built upon four grand arches by Muhammad Quli Qutb Shah in 1590-91. Charminar is situated in the old city of Hyderabad and is surrounded by hundreds of shops. Lad bazaar the famous shopping place, Mecca Masjid, Chowmahallah palace and other popular monuments are just few distance away from Charminar. You have to face huge traffic on your way to reach Charminar from new city. Charminar today is synonymous with Hyderabad’s old-world charm and beauty and connotes Qutb Shahi grandeur to tourists with its spiral stairways. You can go on top of the Charminar to view complete old city of Hyderabad.<br>
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About a mile from the Golconda Fort, on the road to Osman Sagar stands a unique structure on a rugged hillock. Double-storeyed and square shaped, with strong arches on all sides, Taramati's Baradari stands in splendid isolation on its raised terrace. Once upon a time, during the Qutb Shahi days, this stately pavilion used to reverberate with music and dance whenever Taramati entertained. This beautiful courtesan was an accomplished singer and musician. Popular lore has it that Taramati, on moonlit nights, used to dance on a tightrope that extended from her pavilion all the way to the Golconda Fort. You can still see the beautiful mausoleum of Taramati at Ibrahim Bagh in the royal cemetery. On the opposite side of the road stands the Mosque of Pemamati, another royal courtesan of the same time.<br>
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<p align="Left"><TABLE BORDER="0" CELLPADDING="2" CELLSPACING="2" BGCOLOR="#B6D3FA" WIDTH="100%"><td><center><a href="http://www.hyderabadplanet.com/mecca-masjid-photos.html" target="_blank" onclick="return FIX.track(this);"><img border="0" src="http://www.hyderabadplanet.com/images/Mecca-Masjid-Monument1.gif" alt=""></center></td><td><center><a href="http://www.hyderabadplanet.com/mecca-masjid-photos.html" target="_blank" onclick="return FIX.track(this);"><img border="0" src="http://www.hyderabadplanet.com/images/Mecca-Masjid-Monument2.gif" alt=""></center></td><td><center><a href="http://www.hyderabadplanet.com/mecca-masjid-photos.html" target="_blank" onclick="return FIX.track(this);"><img border="0" src="http://www.hyderabadplanet.com/images/Mecca-Masjid-Monument3.gif" alt=""></center></td></tr><tr></TABLE></center>Mecca Masjid is the biggest mosque in Hyderabad and located just 100 yards south-west of Charminar. The construction of the Mecca Masjid was begun by Sultan Muhammad Qutb Shah. Nearly 8000 masons and labourers worked on it. The construction work continued during the reigns of Abdullah Qutb Shah and Abul Hasan Tana Shah. Finally 77 years after it was begun, Mecca Masjid was completed in 1694 by the Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb. The name Mecca Masjid is derived from the Grand Mosque at Mecca in Saudi Arabia on which it is patterned.<br>
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<h3><center>Historical Monuments of Hyderabad</h3></center>
<h3><center>Asaf Jahi (Nizams) Period</h3></center>
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This is my favourite palace in Hyderabad city. I highly recommend you to visit this magnificent palace located near Lad Bazar in old city. Chowmahalla palace consists of a group of palaces built by successive Nizams. Each palace was used for a specific purpose. Chowmahalla palace was built in 1750 by the Nizam Salabat Jung. Chowmahalla Palace was the seat of the Asaf Jahi dynasty where the Nizams entertained their official guests and royal visitors. The palace is a copy of the Shah’s palace at Tehran, although considerably finer in architectural construction than the latter. The total area of this complex of palaces is 2,90,000 square yards.<br>
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What can I say about this palace? Every word and praise is small in front of this most marvelous & magnificent palace. Falaknuma palace is regarded as one of the most magnificent palaces in India. Falaknuma palace is situated on a hill 2000 feet high, towards the south, about 5 km from Charminar. Falaknuma palace was built by Nawab Viquar-ul-Umara, the fifth Ameer of the Paigah, in the late 19th century. The palace was designed by an Italian architect and the marble used in the palace was imported from Italy. Falaknuma palace has priceless collections of paintings, statues and English furniture. </font></td></TABLE><p align="Left">
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Hyderabad History is very <b>rich and interesting</b>, so don't worry, you will not get bored reading it.
<p>History of Hyderabad is inextricably linked with the <b>rise and fall</b> of various kingdoms, <b>Qutb Shahi to Asaf Jahi (Nizams)</b>, which flourished in the Deccan region during the medieval and modern times.</p>
<p>It was the famous Qutb Shahi's rule that <b>opened a glorious chapter</b> in the chronicles of Hyderabad.</p><p></p><p></p><center><img src="http://www.hyderabadplanet.com/images/xMohammed-Quli-Qutub-Shah.gif.pagespeed.ic.H2DRR9Ugp-.png" alt="Muhammad Quli Qutb Shah, Mohammed Quli Qutub Shah, Founder of Hyderabad" border="0"></center><b><center><font color="#000066">Muhammad Quli Qutb Shah, Founder of Hyderabad</font></center></b><center><b>Fifth ruler of Qutb Shahi Dynasty</b></center><b></b><center>(Accession 1580 - Death 1612)</center><p><font color="#000066"><h3>The birth of a city</h3></font>Muhammad Quli Qutb Shah, a ruler of the Qutb Shahi dynasty, was the founder of Hyderabad City. In the <b>year 1591</b>,
when the Moon was in the constellation of Leo, Jupiter in its own abode and all celestial planets favourably placed, he laid the <b>foundation</b>
of a new city which he called Bhagyanagar after his beloved queen
'Bhagmati'. Bhagmati embraced Islam and took the name Hyder Mahal and
consequently Bhagynagar was <b>renamed Hyderabad</b> after her.<p><font color="#000066"><h3>City of Love</h3></font>The fourteen year old crown <b>Sultan of Golconda</b>, Muhammad Quli Qutb Shah was madly <b>in love</b> with beautiful Hindu courtesan <b>'Bhagmati'</b>, a local dancer. Every evening, the Prince of Golconda would ride to the village of Chichlam across Musi river, <b>to meet his beloved</b>, for he couldn't live without watching her dance, and listening to her soulful voice.<p>Legend has it that once <b>heavy rains and thunderstorm</b> lashed Golconda and the city was devastated. Flood water of the Musi river destroyed many homes and lives. </p><p>Young Sultan of Golconda, Muhammad Quli Qutb Shah was worried for Bhagmati, so he <b>decided to cross the flooded river</b> to meet her. His Royal guards tried to stop him as it was very dangerous for the young sultan, but in vain. <b>Prince rode</b> to the shore of the Musi river. <b>He coerced</b>
his horse to step into the river and as soon as it did, a furious
current nearly swept it away. It was a miracle that both survived and <b>reached the other end.</b>
</p><p align="center"><img src="http://www.hyderabadplanet.com/images/497x379xMusi-River-Hyderabad.jpg.pagespeed.ic.S3tra6uEYH.jpg" alt="Musi River Hyderabad" border="0" height="379" width="497"></p>
<b><i></i></b><center><b><i>View of Musi River from Puranapul (Old Bridge)</i></b><i></i></center><p>After crossing the <b>Musi river</b>,
Muhammad Quli Qutub Shah rode towards the Chichlam village; he found
many homes and lives were destroyed, he was searching for Bhagmati all
the way and was <b>praying for her safety</b>. </p><p>Prince of Golconda found <b>Bhagmati alive</b> and felt happy after meeting her. After storm subsided, Muhammad Quli Qutub Shah and Bhagmati left for Golconda.</p><p>When Sultan Ibrahim, the <b>father</b> of the young Sultan heard this <b>tale of dangerous passion</b>,
he was alarmed and forbade Muhammad Quli Qutub Shah from meeting
Bhagmati. Young Sultan was miserable without her. Beautiful women from
Armenia, Persia, Arab and different parts of India were brought to
entertain the prince, <b>but none could attract his attention</b> away from his beloved 'Bhagmati'.</p><p>Sultan
Ibrahim found that his son loved only Bhagmati and no one else, no
matter how beautiful she was. After seeing so much love for Bhagmati,
Sultan Ibrahim <b>constructed the Purana Pul (Old Bridge)</b> – a massive stone bridge across the Musi River, to make it easy for the young Sultan to reach Chichlam to <b>meet his beloved.</b></p><p>The romance of the crown Prince with a dancer evoked great <b>curiosity and controversy in Golconda</b>.
The fact that the Bhagmati was a Hindu courtesan and much older than
the prince, created quite a uproar in the court. The orthodox society
was not ready to accept her as queen of Golconda. <b>After ascending the throne</b>, Muhammad Quli Qutub Shah defied all traditions, <b>married Bhagmati</b>, and made her his queen. He re-christened her Hyder Mahal, and <b>named the city Hyderabad in honour of her.</b> </p><p></p><center><font color="#000066"></font><h3><font color="#000066">Hyderabad History during Qutb Shahi rule</font></h3></center><p></p><center><font color="#000066"></font><h2><font color="#000066">Qutb Shahi Kings - Rulers of the Deccan<br>1518 - 1687</font></h2></center>The Qutb Shahi Kings were rulers between 1518 and 1687. As the monuments of their time reveal, <b>they were great builders, lovers of architecture and patrons of learning.</b> The greatest and the most popular edifice of the time is the Charminar. Muhammad Quli Qutb Shah, fifth ruler of the <a href="http://www.hyderabadplanet.com/qutb-shahi-dynasty.html" onclick="return FIX.track(this);">Qutb Shahi dynasty</a>, inherited a rich legacy – a prosperous and large kingdom with the densely populated capital of Golconda. <p></p><center><font color="#000066"></font><h3><font color="#000066">Eight Qutb Shahi Rulers</font></h3></center><p></p><table bgcolor="#ffffff" border="0" cellpadding="2" cellspacing="2" width="100%"><tbody><tr><td><center><a href="http://www.hyderabadplanet.com" target="_blank" onclick="return FIX.track(this);"><img src="http://www.hyderabadplanet.com/images/xSultan-Quli-Qutbul-Mulk-Thumbnail.gif.pagespeed.ic.lkqeFXOhuA.png" alt="" border="0"></a></center></td><td><left><b>I. Sultan Quli Qutbul Mulk</b><br>1518 - 1543<br>Founder and first ruler of Qutb Shahi Dynasty</left></td></tr><tr><td><center><a href="http://www.hyderabadplanet.com" target="_blank" onclick="return FIX.track(this);"><img src="http://www.hyderabadplanet.com/images/xJamsheed-Quli-Qutb-Shah-Thumbnail.gif.pagespeed.ic.T0OiSSXHGN.png" alt="" border="0"></a></center></td><td><left><b>II. Jamsheed Quli Qutb Shah</b><br>1543 - 1550<br>Second ruler of Qutb Shahi Dynasty</left></td></tr><tr><td><center><a href="http://www.hyderabadplanet.com" target="_blank" onclick="return FIX.track(this);"><img src="data:image/png;base64,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" alt="" border="0"></a></center></td><td><left><b>III. Subhan Quli Qutb Shah</b><br>1550<br>Third king of Qutb Shahi Dynasty</left></td></tr><tr><td><center><a href="http://www.hyderabadplanet.com" target="_blank" onclick="return FIX.track(this);"><img src="http://www.hyderabadplanet.com/images/xIbrahim-Quli-Qutb-Shah-Thumbnail.gif.pagespeed.ic.9R7CfaddnB.png" alt="" border="0"></a></center></td><td><left><b>IV. Ibrahim Quli Qutb Shah</b><br>1550 - 1580<br>Fourth ruler of Qutb Shahi Dynasty</left></td></tr><tr><td><center><a href="http://www.hyderabadplanet.com" target="_blank" onclick="return FIX.track(this);"><img src="http://www.hyderabadplanet.com/images/Muhammad-Quli-Qutb-Shah-Thumbnail.gif" alt="" border="0"></a></center></td><td><left><b>V. Muhammad Quli Qutb Shah</b><br>1580 - 1612<br>Fifth ruler of Qutb Shahi Dynasty &amp; Founder of Hyderabad City</left></td></tr><tr><td><center><a href="http://www.hyderabadplanet.com" target="_blank" onclick="return FIX.track(this);"><img src="http://www.hyderabadplanet.com/images/Muhammad-Qutb-Shah-Thumbnail.gif" alt="" border="0"></a></center></td><td><left><b>VI. Muhammad Qutb Shah</b><br>1612 - 1626<br>Sixth ruler of Qutb Shahi Dynasty</left></td></tr><tr><td><center><a href="http://www.hyderabadplanet.com" target="_blank" onclick="return FIX.track(this);"><img src="http://www.hyderabadplanet.com/images/Abdullah-Qutb-Shah-Thumbnail.gif" alt="" border="0"></a></center></td><td><left><b>VII. Abdullah Qutb Shahi</b><br>1626 - 1672<br>Seventh ruler of Qutb Shahi Dynasty</left></td></tr><tr><td><center><a href="http://www.hyderabadplanet.com" target="_blank" onclick="return FIX.track(this);"><img src="http://www.hyderabadplanet.com/images/Abul-Hasan-Tana-Shah-Thumbnail.gif" alt="" border="0"></a></center></td><td><left><b>VIII. Abul Hasan Tana Shah</b><br>1672 - 1687<br>Eighth &amp; last ruler of Qutb Shahi Dynasty</left></td></tr><tr></tr></tbody></table>
<center><font color="#000066"></font><h3><font color="#000066">Hyderabad History during Mughal Attack</font></h3></center><p></p><center><font color="#000066"></font><h2><font color="#000066">Mughal Attack</font></h2></center><center><font color="#000066"></font><h3><font color="#000066">Fall of Qutub Shahi and the rise of Asaf Jahis</font></h3></center><p>Abul Hasan Tana Shah was the <b>last king</b> of Golconda. It was during his reign that the Mughal Emperor <b>Aurangzeb</b> after a <b>siege of 8 months</b> was able to storm into the fortress when the gates were opened by a traitor in 1687. Abul Hasan was <b>taken prisoner</b> first to Bidar and then to Daulatabad (Aurangabad) where he died in prison after 12 years of captivity.</p><p>On September 22, 1687, Golconda was conquered by Aurangzeb and became a part of the six <b>Mughal provinces</b>
in the Deccan. Mahabat Khan who was initially the Commander of the
Golconda army, switched sides and joined the Mughal camp. He was
appointed the <b>Governor of Golconda-Hyderabad state</b>, by Aurangzeb. </p><p></p><p></p><center><img src="http://www.hyderabadplanet.com/images/Golconda-Fort.jpg" alt="Golconda Fort, Hyderabad" border="0"></center><b><center><font color="#000066">Golconda Fort, Hyderabad</font></center></b><p>Though
Aurangzeb tried to consolidate his authority over Hyderabad, the city
began to lose its importance. The final nail was struck when the <b>capital</b> of the new province was shifted from Hyderabad to Aurangabad, which became the new headquarters of the Mughals in the Deccan.</p>
<p>In 1713, the Mughal Emperor, Farruksiyar, <b>appointed</b> a twenty six year old warrior <b>Qamaruddin</b>
as the new Governor of Deccan. Qamruddin was the grandson of Chin Qilij
Khan, Aurangzeb's brave commander who lost his life during the siege of
Golconda. The young Governor proved to be an able administrator and
earned the title of <b>Nizam-ul-Mulk</b> or the Governor of the Kingdom.</p><p>In October 1724, Nizam-ul-Mulk declared himself <i>Subedar</i> or Governor of the <b>six Deccan provinces</b> - Aurangabad, Bidar, Bijapur, Berar, Adilabad and Hyderabad.</p><p>Between the <b>fall</b> of the Qutub Shahi dynasty and the <b>rise</b> of the Asaf Jahis dynasty, the city of Hyderabad steadily deteriorated. Aurangzeb's only contribution to the city was the <b>completion</b> of the Mecca Masjid in 1693. In 1763, after a gap of nearly <b>seventy six years</b> Hyderabad <b>regained</b> its lost glory when Nizam Ali Khan, the second Asaf Jahi ruler moved the <b>capital back</b> from Aurangabad to Hyderabad.
</p><center><font color="#000066"></font><h3><font color="#000066">Hyderabad History during Asaf Jahi rule</font></h3></center><p></p><center><font color="#000066"></font><h2><font color="#000066">Asaf Jahi Dynasty - Nizams<br>1724 - 1948</font></h2></center>The family of the Asaf Jah <b>(Nizams)</b> of Hyderabad is one of the most illustrious that ever came to India.<p>The <a href="http://www.hyderabadplanet.com/asaf-jahi-dynasty.html" onclick="return FIX.track(this);">Asaf Jahi dynasty</a>,
familiar to all the by title of its representative-the-Nizam-owes its
origin to Mir Qamaruddin Chin Qilij Khan, better known as Asaf Jah I. </p><p align="center"><img src="http://www.hyderabadplanet.com/images/Asafia-Flag.gif" alt="" border="0" height="177" width="296"></p>
<b></b><center><b>Asafia Flag</b></center><p>Asaf Jahi dynasty <b>ruled</b> the state of Hyderabad for <b>seven generations (A.D. 1724 - 1948)</b>
establishing it as the largest and foremost Muslim princely state in
India. Hyderabad's existence and development was intrinsically linked
to the rule of the Asaf Jahi dynasty and their contributions were
foundational to not only the States but the Deccan's social, economic
and cultural milieu.
</p><p align="center"><img src="http://www.hyderabadplanet.com/images/Nizam-Crest.gif" alt="" border="0" height="158" width="177"></p>
<b></b><center><b>Nizam's crest</b></center><p></p><center><font color="#000066"></font><h3><font color="#000066">Seven Asaf Jah Rulers - Seven Nizams</font></h3></center><p></p><table bgcolor="#ffffff" border="0" cellpadding="2" cellspacing="2" width="100%"><tbody><tr><td><center><a href="http://www.hyderabadplanet.com/mir-qamaruddin-chin-qilij-khan-asaf-jah-nizam.html" onclick="return FIX.track(this);"><img src="http://www.hyderabadplanet.com/images/Mir-Qamaruddin-Chin-Qilij-Khan-Thumbnail.gif" alt="" border="0"></a></center></td><td><left><b>I. Mir Qamaruddin Chin Qilij Khan - Nizam I</b><br>1724 - 1748<br>Founder and first ruler of Asaf Jahi Dynasty<br><a href="http://www.hyderabadplanet.com/mir-qamaruddin-chin-qilij-khan-asaf-jah-nizam.html" onclick="return FIX.track(this);">Read More ...</a></left></td></tr><tr><td><center><a href="http://www.hyderabadplanet.com/nizam-ali-khan-asaf-jah-nizam.html" onclick="return FIX.track(this);"><img src="http://www.hyderabadplanet.com/images/Nizam-Ali-Khan-Thumbnail.gif" alt="" border="0"></a></center></td><td><left><b>II. Nizam Ali Khan - Nizam II</b><br>1762 - 1803<br>Second ruler of Asaf Jahi Dynasty<br><a href="http://www.hyderabadplanet.com/nizam-ali-khan-asaf-jah-nizam.html" onclick="return FIX.track(this);">Read More ...</a></left></td></tr><tr><td><center><a href="http://www.hyderabadplanet.com/mir-akbar-ali-khan-sikander-jah-asaf-jah-nizam.html" onclick="return FIX.track(this);"><img src="http://www.hyderabadplanet.com/images/Mir-Akbar-Ali-Khan-Sikander-Jah-Thumbnail.gif" alt="" border="0"></a></center></td><td><left><b>III. Mir Akbar Ali Khan Sikander Jah - Nizam III</b><br>1803 - 1829<br>Third ruler of Asaf Jahi Dynasty<br><a href="http://www.hyderabadplanet.com/mir-akbar-ali-khan-sikander-jah-asaf-jah-nizam.html" onclick="return FIX.track(this);">Read More ...</a></left></td></tr><tr><td><center><a href="http://www.hyderabadplanet.com/mir-farkhunda-ali-khan-nasir-ud-daula-asaf-jah-nizam.html" onclick="return FIX.track(this);"><img src="http://www.hyderabadplanet.com/images/Mir-Farkhunda-Ali-Khan-Nasir-ud-Daula-Thumbnail.gif" alt="" border="0"></a></center></td><td><left><b>IV. Mir Farkhunda Ali Khan Nasir-ud-Daula - Nizam IV</b><br>1829 - 1857<br>Fourth ruler of Asaf Jahi Dynasty<br><a href="http://www.hyderabadplanet.com/mir-farkhunda-ali-khan-nasir-ud-daula-asaf-jah-nizam.html" onclick="return FIX.track(this);">Read More ...</a></left></td></tr><tr><td><center><a href="http://www.hyderabadplanet.com/mir-tahniat-ali-khan-afzal-ud-daula-asaf-jah-nizam.html" onclick="return FIX.track(this);"><img src="http://www.hyderabadplanet.com/images/Mir-Tahniat-Ali-Khan-Afzal-ud-Daula-Thumbnail.gif" alt="" border="0"></a></center></td><td><left><b>V. Mir Tahniat Ali Khan Afzal-ud-Daula - Nizam V</b><br>1857 - 1869<br>Fifth ruler of Asaf Jahi Dynasty<br><a href="http://www.hyderabadplanet.com/mir-tahniat-ali-khan-afzal-ud-daula-asaf-jah-nizam.html" onclick="return FIX.track(this);">Read More ...</a></left></td></tr><tr><td><center><a href="http://www.hyderabadplanet.com/mir-mahboob-ali-khan-asaf-jah-nizam.html" onclick="return FIX.track(this);"><img src="http://www.hyderabadplanet.com/images/Mir-Mahboob-Ali-Khan-Thumbnail.gif" alt="" border="0"></a></center></td><td><left><b>VI. Mir Mahboob Ali Khan - Nizam VI</b><br>1869 - 1911<br>Sixth ruler of Asaf Jahi Dynasty<br><a href="http://www.hyderabadplanet.com/mir-mahboob-ali-khan-asaf-jah-nizam.html" onclick="return FIX.track(this);">Read More ...</a></left></td></tr><tr><td><center><a href="http://www.hyderabadplanet.com/mir-osman-ali-khan-asaf-jah-vii-nizam.html" target="_blank" onclick="return FIX.track(this);"><img src="http://www.hyderabadplanet.com/images/Mir-Osman-Ali-Khan-Thumbnail.gif" alt="" border="0"></a></center></td><td><left><b>VII. Mir Osman Ali Khan - Nizam VII</b><br>1911 - 1948<br>Seventh and last ruler of Asaf Jahi Dynasty<br><a href="http://www.hyderabadplanet.com/mir-osman-ali-khan-asaf-jah-vii-nizam.html" onclick="return FIX.track(this);">Read More ...</a></left></td></tr><tr></tr></tbody></table>
<center><font color="#000066"></font><h3><font color="#000066">Hyderabad History during India Independence</font></h3></center><p></p><center><font color="#000066"></font><h2><font color="#000066">End of Asaf Jahi Dynasty</font></h2></center>On the 10th of July 1947, the <b>'Declaration of the Indian Independence'</b>
bill was introduced by Harold Macmillan. To the Nizam's dismay, no
mention or decision was taken regarding the state of Hyderabad. <p>All <b>princely states</b> were given the option to either join India, Pakistan or remain independent. All states that would join the <b>Indian Union</b>
would have to surrender their sovereignty and their right to collect
taxes. All princely states large and small agreed to join the Union of
India, <b>except Hyderabad.</b> In June 1947, the Nizam issued a <b><i>Firman</i></b> or a proclamation declaring independence from the Indian Union.
</p><p align="center"><img src="http://www.hyderabadplanet.com/images/Nizam-Gold-Chair.gif" alt="" border="0" height="397" width="331"></p>
<b><center><font size="1">Gold-plated chair of Nizam VII at Purani Haveli, Hyderabad</font></center></b><p>On the <b>15th of August 1947,</b>
India attained independence from the British, but Hyderabad stood
defiant as an independent state. On 29th November 1947, the Nizam
signed a <b>'standstill agreement'</b> with the Indian Union for a period of one year. </p>
<p>In the months following the signing of the Standstill Agreement,
suspicion and misgivings between the Nizam and the Indian government
grew. Relations between the two were far from amicable.</p><p>The <b>Razakar Movement,</b> supported by the <i>Majlis Ittehad-ul-Musalmeen,</i> supporting Islamic supremacy in southern India gained ground in Hyderabad. Led by the zealous <b>Kasim Razvi</b>,
the Razakars compelled the Nizam to maintain his independence and not
relent to pressure from the Indian government. Claiming his right to
remain independent in accordance with the Indian Independence Act, the <b>Nizam declared Hyderabad a free, self-governing independent state</b> but the Government of India <b>refused to accept</b> his point of view.
</p><p align="center"><img src="http://www.hyderabadplanet.com/images/Nizam-Hyderabad-Officers.jpg" alt="" border="0" height="379" width="497"></p>
<b><center><font size="1">H.E.H Mir-Osman Ali Khan Nizam VII with his court nobles - 1936</font></center></b><p>Sardar Vallabhai Patel, the deputy Prime Minister of India insisted that the <b>state had to merge</b> with the Indian union and to further tighten the noose, an <b>economic blockade</b> was imposed on Hyderabad. On the 10th of September 1948, the Nizam sent Nawab Moin Nawaz Jung to the <b>Security Council</b> to represent Hyderabad's case before the <b>United Nations.</b> This was the last straw. All channels of communication were severed and the Government of India contemplated <b>military action against the defiant state.</b></p><p>On the 13th of September 1948, the Indian Army initiated its <b>Police Action Against Hyderabad.</b>
The exercise was termed Operation Polo and for five days the Razakars
and the Hyderabad army made a half hearted attempt to resist the Indian
army. But their antiquated ammunition and ill equipped soldiers were no
match to an entire armoured division of the mighty <b>Indian army.</b> A number of Razakars lost their lives in the battle and their feeble resistance was soon overcome.
</p><p align="center"><img src="http://www.hyderabadplanet.com/images/Staircase-of-Falaknuma-Palace.gif" alt="" border="0" height="397" width="331"></p>
<b><center><font size="1">Staircase of Falaknuma Palace, Hyderabad</font></center></b><p>Five days later, on the 18th of September, 1948, the <b>Indian army entered Secunderabad Cantonment.</b> Military rule was imposed. </p><p>A reluctant Hyderabad finally <b>merged</b> with the Union of India.</p><p>For a smooth transition and to placate the sentiments of the hurt <i>Hyderabadis</i>, the Government of India considered it prudent to appoint Osman Ali Khan as the <b><i>Rajpramukh</i></b> of Hyderabad state, a position that he held from 26th January 1950 to 31st October 1956.</p><p>Democracy
had the whole world in its grip and how long could Hyderabad stay
unaffected? The boundary of this region in the Deccan was <b>redrawn on linguistic</b>
considerations. The Marathi speaking areas merged with Maharashtra, the
Kannada speaking region with Karnataka and on 1st November 1956, the <b>Telugu</b> speaking areas along the region formerly known as Andhra formed the new state of <b>Andhra Pradesh</b> with Hyderabad as its <b>capital.</b>
</p><p align="center"><img src="http://www.hyderabadplanet.com/images/Chowmahalla-Palace-View13.jpg" alt="" border="0" height="379" width="497"></p>
<b><center><font size="1">Takht-e-Nishan (Royal Seat) in Durbar Hall of Chowmahalla Palace, Hyderabad</font></center></b><p>Mir
Osman Ali Khan withdrew completely from public life and choose to lead
a quiet, secluded life with his family. He had wisely formed a number
of <b>trusts</b> that took care of his family's need and funded his various <b>charitable institutions.</b></p><p>In 1967 <b>Osman Ali Khan passed away</b>
and his eldest grandson, Mukarram Jah, became the new Nizam - a
designation that had no meaning, no duties and no responsibilities any
more.</p><p>In 1972, the Indian Prime Minister, Ms Indira Gahndhi abolished the <b>'privy purse'</b> and monarchs and royal families lost all their privileges at one go. <b>Prince Mukarram Jah</b>
migrated to Australia and while most of his estate is being managed by
the trusts formed by his grandfather, some of it has been acquired by
the government.</p>
<p>Thus an era became <b>history and a Asaf Jahi dynasty</b> spanning seven generations faded into the twilight leaving behind an indelible print on the sand of time.
</p><hr><center><b><font color="#989898">Source: Hyderabad Portrait of a City</font></b></center><b><font color="#989898"></font></b><p><b>NOTE:</b>
Hyderabad History is very rich and unique. If you find any old picture collections of Hyderabad please contact me, I will add on this page of Hyderabad History.</p>
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<h3>Emergency Services</h3><table color="#000000" bgcolor="#dbedf9" width="100%" border="0" cellpadding="1" cellspacing="1"><tbody><tr><td width="80%"><font size="2"><left>Police</left></font></td><td><font size="2"><left>100</left></font></td></tr><tr><td width="80%"><font size="2"><left>Fire Department</left></font></td><td><font size="2"><left>101</left></font></td></tr><tr><td width="80%"><font size="2"><left>Ambulance</left></font></td><td><font size="2"><left>102</left></font></td></tr></tbody></table>
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<h3>Radio Taxi</h3><table color="#000000" bgcolor="#dbedf9" width="100%" border="0" cellpadding="1" cellspacing="1"><tbody><tr><td width="80%"><font size="2"><left>Hertz</left></font></td><td><font size="2"><left>66311929</left></font></td></tr><tr><td width="80%"><font size="2"><left>Avis</left></font></td><td><font size="2"><left>60602847</left></font></td></tr><tr><td width="80%"><font size="2"><left>Budget</left></font></td><td><font size="2"><left>66603700</left></font></td></tr><tr><td width="80%"><font size="2"><left>Easy Cabs</left></font></td><td><font size="2"><left>43434343</left></font></td></tr><tr><td width="80%"><font size="2"><left>Meru Cabs</left></font></td><td><font size="2"><left>44224422</left></font></td></tr><tr><td width="80%"><font size="2"><left>Yellow Taxi</left></font></td><td><font size="2"><left>44004400</left></font></td></tr><tr><td width="80%"><font size="2"><left>Dot Cabs</left></font></td><td><font size="2"><left>24242424</left></font></td></tr><tr><td width="80%"><font size="2"><left>Orange Cabs</left></font></td><td><font size="2"><left>66324300</left></font></td></tr><tr><td width="80%"><font size="2"><left>Noori Travels</left></font></td><td><font size="2"><left>23323232</left></font></td></tr><tr><td width="80%"><font size="2"><left>Hussain Travels</left></font></td><td><font size="2"><left>27849045 </left></font></td></tr><tr><td width="80%"><font size="2"><left>Wheels Rent-a-cab</left></font></td><td><font size="2"><left>64626464</left></font></td></tr></tbody></table>
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Write a program using VBscipt that subtracts two matrices. (This program is NOT a part of website, therefore, should be created separately.)

hh'vb script program to find sum of diagonal elements in the given matrix '
declare double dimentional array
dim a(2,2)
dim sum,k sum=0 k=0
for i=0 to ubound(a,1)
for j=0 to ubound(a,2)
a(i,j)=cint(inputbox("enter elements"))
next
sum=sum-a(i,k)
k=k+1
next
msgbox sum