Tourist attractions within a 40-kilometer range of our campus:

Golkonda Fort

Golkonda Fort, originally built during the Kakatiya dynasty and later fortified by the Qutb Shahi kings, is a stunning example of medieval military architecture. The fort complex includes majestic gateways, bastions, mosques, and palaces spread across several square kilometers. Visitors can explore the intricate stone carvings, ingenious water supply systems, and the famous Fateh Darwaza (Victory Gate), known for its remarkable acoustic design.


 Charminar, meaning "Four Minarets," is an iconic symbol of Hyderabad's rich history and culture. Built in 1591 by Sultan Muhammad Quli Qutb Shah, it stands at the heart of the old city. The monument comprises four grand arches supporting towering minarets, with a mosque on the top floor. Visitors can climb to the top for panoramic views of the bustling streets below and explore the vibrant markets surrounding the structure.

Qutb Shahi Tombs

   The Qutb Shahi Tombs complex is a serene necropolis housing the mausoleums of the rulers of the Qutb Shahi dynasty. Set amidst landscaped gardens, these elegant structures showcase a blend of Persian, Turkish, and Indian architectural styles. The tombs feature intricately carved stone lattice work, domes, and arches, reflecting the grandeur of the Deccan Sultanate era.

Ramoji Film City

 Ramoji Film City, spread over 2,000 acres, is one of the largest integrated film studios in the world. It offers a glimpse into the glitz and glamour of Indian cinema with its film sets, theme parks, gardens, and entertainment zones. Visitors can take guided tours to explore various film sets, including replicas of iconic landmarks, and enjoy live performances and adventure activities within the sprawling complex.

Nehru Zoological Park

 Nehru Zoological Park is a sprawling wildlife sanctuary housing a diverse collection of animals, birds, and reptiles from around the world. Set amidst lush greenery, the zoo offers educational exhibits, safari rides, and interactive experiences for visitors of all ages. Highlights include the Lion Safari Park, Butterfly Park, and Nocturnal Animal House, providing immersive wildlife encounters.

Salar Jung Museum

Salar Jung Museum is one of India's premier art and history museums, showcasing a vast collection of rare artifacts and artworks from diverse civilizations. The museum's extensive galleries feature exquisite sculptures, paintings, manuscripts, textiles, and decorative arts collected by the Salar Jung family over generations. Visitors can marvel at masterpieces like the Veiled Rebecca, Mephistopheles, and the Double Statue of Mephistopheles and Margaretta.

Chow Mahalla Palace

Chowmahalla Palace, once the seat of the Nizams of Hyderabad, is a majestic architectural marvel exuding grandeur and opulence. The sprawling complex comprises a series of palaces, courtyards, gardens, and fountains adorned with intricate stucco work, marble flooring, and ornate chandeliers. Visitors can explore the Khilwat Mubarak (Royal Seat of the Nizams), Council Hall, Clock Tower, and the vintage car collection showcasing the royal lifestyle of yesteryears.

Hussain Sagar Lake

Hussain Sagar Lake, an artificial reservoir built in the heart of Hyderabad, is a serene oasis amidst the urban landscape. The lake is adorned with the iconic 18-meter-tall Buddha statue, installed on a pedestal island known as the Rock of Gibraltar. Visitors can enjoy leisurely boat rides, picturesque sunsets, and panoramic views of the city skyline from the promenade surrounding the lake.

More attractions within a 300-kilometer radius of our campus:

Warangal Fort and 

Thousand Pillar Temple:

   Built in the 13th century by the Kakatiya dynasty, Warangal Fort stands as a testament to the region's rich history. It comprises impressive stone gateways, ruins of the royal palace, and the famous "Kakatiya Kala Thoranam" (Warangal Gate), a massive stone arch.

   Thousand Pillar Temple: Constructed during the Kakatiya period, this temple is renowned for its intricate architecture featuring numerous carved pillars. Dedicated to Lord Shiva, Lord Vishnu, and Lord Surya, the temple is an architectural marvel.


   Mallikarjuna Swamy Temple: Situated on the Nallamala Hills along the banks of the Krishna River, this ancient temple is one of the twelve Jyotirlingas and one of the 18 Shakti Peethas in India. It attracts devotees and tourists alike with its spiritual significance and scenic surroundings.

  Srisailam Dam: The Srisailam Dam, constructed across the Krishna River, forms a vast reservoir amidst lush greenery. The dam offers breathtaking views and opportunities for boating, making it a popular spot for tourists seeking tranquility amidst nature.

Bidar Fort:

This formidable fort was built during the Bahmani Sultanate period and later expanded by the Barid Shahi dynasty. It features impressive architecture, including intricately carved arches, bastions, and mosques. The fort provides insights into the region's medieval history and architectural prowess.

Nagarjuna Sagar Dam:

Spanning the Krishna River, Nagarjuna Sagar Dam is a marvel of modern engineering. The reservoir formed by the dam is surrounded by picturesque hills and lush vegetation, offering visitors opportunities for boating and enjoying the scenic beauty.


   Samadhi Temple of Sri Raghavendra Swamy: Dedicated to the revered saint Sri Raghavendra Swamy, this temple is a major pilgrimage site for devotees of Madhwa philosophy. The temple complex includes the samadhi (final resting place) of Sri Raghavendra Swamy and attracts thousands of devotees seeking blessings and spiritual solace.