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Chowmahalla Palace Short Word History

Short Chowmahalla Palace History

Chowmahalla Palace: Chowmahalla Palace is a palace of the Nizam of Hyderabad State. This palace is built near the Charminar of Hyderabad city.
It used to be the throne of Asaf Empire and the official house of the Nizam of Hyderabad. Later this palace remained the property of Nizam’s successor, Barkat Ali Khan Mukram Jah.
In Urdu, four meanings (four) in Hindi mean 4 and Persian also has four meanings, and in Urdu and Hindi, the palace also means Palace, hence the name is named Chaumahalla.
From the reception of the Nizam and from the reception of the Governor-General, all the formal events are organized.

Asia Pacific Marie Award for UNESCO’s cultural heritage conservation was also given to the Choumahalla Palace on March 15, 2010, UNESCO representative Takahiko Makino officially gave placards and evidence to Queen Isla, who was also the former wife of Sultan and Prince Mukram, who was also the GPA holder of Bahadur.

Chowmahalla Palace History – Chowmahalla Palace


When Salabat Jung started its construction work in 1750, its construction work was completed between 1857 and 1869 at the time of Afzal Ad-Dawlah, Asaf Jah.

This is a unique palace for its size and elegance. The construction work of this palace took place in the 18th century and after some years, it will be completed in a special and unique shape.

The Palace also has a court hall, fountain, and gardens with 2 spacious patios. In fact, this palace is built in 45 acres (1,80,000 m²), but only 12 acres (49,000 m²) are left today.

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