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Welcome: This blog is about Hyderabad culture, land and people, "with a whole spectrum of experiences of Khatta (sour), Meetha (sweet), Pheeka (unsalted), Teekha (off), Khara (spicy), Kadva (bitter) brim with caring and lots of loving." as phrased by Mike Ghouse, a hyderabadi damad.

Adrak ke Panje urdu drama hyderabad

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SULAIMAN KHATEEB'S SAAS BAHU

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Wednesday, December 13, 2006

Welcome to the city of the seven loaves, Hyderabad



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[PS. Background audio clip is by Sulaiman Khateeb--also sp. sulaiman khatib--Dekhani Urdu drama in verse] probably included in his book: kevre ke ban (Gulbarga, Sulaimān Khatīb Yādgār Talīmī, Saqāfatī va Imdādī Ṭrasṭ, 2002)




This is a virtual Hyderabadi portal--first have a galnce of this virtual city

And now, you are entering the pearl city: Today's weather Check Stock market get set to eat target=_blankhyderabadi biryani and don't miss Google Map




Quotable quotes:

  • Hyderabad of "the seven loaves" by Syed Ahmed El Edroos;
    [based on a legend that Asif Jah I met a saint on his way to become the ruler of Hyderabad. The saint gave seven loaves of bread, which symbolized that his dynasty would end with the seventh ruler].
  • phir bhi dil hai Hyderabadi
    mera dil hamesha rahega Hyderabadi
    [Courtesy @ Harini Sanjeev ]
  • PHIR BHI DIL HAIN HYDERABADI
    [courtesy: Rajeev ]
  • Phir Be Dil Hai Hyderabadi-The Heart is Hyderabadi
    [courtesy: Hyderabad Pages by WingFoot]
  • Phir bhi Dil hain Hyderabadi [courtesy = Satya Swaroop P ]




  • 8 Km - Distance from Charminar to Golconda Fort

  • Hyderabad ke Adrak ke Panje, Babban Khan.

  • 3 comments:

    team - HYDINFO said...

    Hi, Great work, HYDINFO wishes you all the best. Keep going with the wonders.

    vkn said...

    Great beginning pal. Coming from your comment given at My Dhaba. You havent mentioned your name there or in the site. Am I missing it?

    Welcome to the world of food blogging. Look forward to read all that is good from Hyderabadi. Cheers!

    PS: Have you noticed our campaign - feed a hungry child and its group book project?

    Suresh Panicker said...

    Good job Dear!