Taj Falaknuma Palace
Among the magnificent architecture riches of India, Falaknuma palace has a significant place. It will be injustice with it, if we don’t mention its name prides of Hyderabad. The puru white two story building seems like a dream palace which was built by the prime minister of Hyderabad, Nawab Vikal Ul Umra in 1893.
The construction of the palace has an intrusting story, when vicar find that he can’t spend more on its construction and he was inshore of financial means, he borrowed money and offer the palace to the so on advice of his clever wife he offered the palace to Mehboob Ali Pasha, whom with his nobility gave him the entire amount spent on the building of palace to help him financially and to maintain the dignity of vicak ul umara’s family. Later in 1897 Nizam v made it residency for the royal guests. When Nizam moved from the palace it face a decline in its popularity and remained closed for several years but the owner in 2000, leased it to tag company to run it as a hotel for 30 years in which Prince Nizam VII has a 50 % share of profit and it was opened in 2010 after renovation.
The beautiful architecture of palace and well furnished classical interior brings a feeling of royalty and nobility who ever visit it. It builds a connection with the history back to the British era and the standard of livening of noble families.
The taj group has maintained it with great care and is attracting a huge number of antique lovers from around the globe.60 luxurious rooms and 22 huge halls full of art from British era, the wood work, books and manuscripts and collection of paintings by Nizam are the crown of the palace as well as Hyderabad.