Charminar *: Built in 1591 AD, Charminar is a landmark monument located in Hyderabad. The English name is a transliteration and combination of the Urdu words Char and Minar, translating to "Four Towers". The eponymous towers are ornate minarets attached and supported by four grand arches. The landmark has become a global icon and landmark of Hyderabad, listed among the most recognized structures of India. The Charminar is on the east bank of Musi River, to the northeast lays the Laad Bazaar.
Hussain Sagar was built across a tributary of the river Musi river in 1562 by Ibrahim Quli Qutub Shah. The lake was named after Hussain Shah Wali, who helped design it. It is an artificial lake that holds water perennially fed by canals from Musi river. Hussain Sagar was the main source of water supply to Hyderabad before Himayat Sagar and Osman Sagar were built on river Musi
Birla Mandir: Birla Mandir on the Naubath Pahad is a Hindu temple of Lord Venkateshwara, built entirely of white marble located in Hyderabad. The Birla Foundation has constructed several similar temples in India and all of them are known as Birla Mandir. Having chief deity as Lord Venkateshwara, the temple has pan-Hindu character with deities of Shiva, Shakti, Ganesh, Hanuman, Brahma, Saraswati, Lakshmi and Saibaba. The selected teachings of holy Gurbani are engraved on temple walls.