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Hyderabad Culture & Climate

Hyderabad, a 400 years old city is a storehouse of rich culture that its rulers have leftbehind as their legacy. The present cultureis an amalgamation of different culturesbrought in by each of the dynasties thatruled Hyderabad and later on by the Britishwho were close allies to the Nizams. Theimmigrants (from different parts of thecountry as well as from other countries)during the rule of Nizams too played theirrole in influencing the Hyderabadi culture.The current day diversity provides a uniquemix of different religions including Hinduism,Islam, Christianity, Jainism, Buddhism andthe Zoroastrianism.

Beyond the famous pearls of Hyderabad,the city is known for its legendary hospitalityand the harmonious way of life. The city’svibrancy becomes more visible and morepronounced during the festivities like themonth of Ramadan and the Ganesh Puja. Itis the time for people from across religionscome together to celebrate.Geographically, Hyderabad islocated centrally to all the four metroswith convenient connectivity to all of thehinterland. Hyderabad experiences amoderate climate throughout the year –unlike the extreme climates as experiencedin the metro cities. The temperatures aremoderate throughout the year and thehumidity is relatively lower compared to thecoastal areas. The city usually gets a liberaldose of the annual rainfall between Juneand September months. This is the reasonwhy many people coming to Hyderabad tomake a living, fall in love with the culture, thecuisine and the climate and make this City ofNawabs their permanent residence.