Taramati Baradari located at Ibrahim bagh on the banks of Musi River in Hyderabad. It is a historical monument constructed by Ibrahim Quli Qutub Shah, second sultan of Qutub Shah Dynasty.
Taramati Baradari monument on the top of a hill is a Persian-style marvellous structure with a huge music hall with twelve entrance ways. The open pavilion includes other facilities like an air-cooled theatre with capacity of 500 people, open-air auditorium with capacity of 1600 people, Banquet Hall with capacity of 250, and multi-cuisine restaurant. Baradari is an Urdu word where Bara means 12 and Dar as door, structure was a caravan station for traders and travellers. Here is a fable that the Abdullah Qutub Shah seventh sultan of Golconda fell in love with Taramati, just by listening to the music that comes from the Baradari to the Golconda fort which is one kilometre away, through breezes. Taramati used to perform her dancing on tight ropes that were connected from her pavilion all the way to the Golconda Fort’s pavilion along with her sister and Premamati. She dedicated her life to music and dance.
It is famous for its nature, architecture and a fable which attracts the tourists to this place from all over the world.
• 13 Kilometres from Hyderabad Railway Station
• 12 Kilometres from Central bus stand, Hyderabad
• 25 minutes from Hyderabad Railway station
• 40 minutes from Central bus stand, Hyderabad
Nampally Railway Station > Mehdipatnam Circle > Congress Hand Junction > Langer House X Roads > Golconda Fort>> Taramati Baradari
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