In the 1960s and '70s, if you wanted to play tough yet attractive cricket, Hyderabad was the place to be
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Mar 11, 2013
This day's itinerary will ensure you don't miss out on sightseeing, heavy lunches or lake time while still allowing you to catch a match in the evening
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Don't dream of leaving Hyderabad without tasting its most famous dish
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They called it old-fashioned, though today it is cosmopolitan. Either way it's a charming city to live in
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Mix Pub (Himayat Nagar) has neon lighting, discs suspended from the ceiling, and snazzy interiors - all giving it a futuristic spaceship look.
Golconda Fort and Chowmahalla Palace
The fort has a Sound and Lights show every evening, but if you want to catch the one in English, choose from Wednesday or Sunday. Besides these historic monuments that symbolise Hyderabad, you can also visit India's third largest museum - Salarjung, which has a collection of 43,000 art objects and 50,000 books and manuscripts, making it the biggest collection of antiques in the world that belonged to one man. The man? Nawab Mir Yousuf Ali Khan Salarjung III (1889 -1949), who spent 35 years of his life in compiling this awe-inspiring collection from all over the world.