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Hyderabad (pragathi maam)

  1. 1. HYDERABAD PRESENTED BY : SHELDON PEREIRA STEVE PEREIRA SUNIL POOJARI TRISTAN PEREIRA
  2. 2. CONTENT : • History of Hyderabad • Traditional way of cooking • Famous Cuisines of Hyderabad • Heritage of Hyderabad • Culture of Hyderabad • Festivals celebrated • Traditional festive cuisines • “Irani Chai” ( Speciality ) • Pearls
  3. 3. History of Hyderabad • Established by the 5th Sultan of Golconda, Muhamad Quli Qutab Shah in 1591. • Named after his wife Bhagmati • Later changed to hyderabad after her name hyder mahal • Travel writers from portugal and france of those days wrote about it in glowing terms.
  4. 4. TRADITIONAL STYLE OF COOKING “Dum” literally means “taking in air” in Hindi. Dum cooking entered India by way of Persia some 200 years ago, brought into the country by Muslim settlers. Traditional utensils made of copper, brass, and earthen or clay pots are used for Hyderabadi cooking and involve the direct use of fire What is Dum Cooking (Dumpukht)?
  5. 5. FAMOUS CUISINES OF HYDERABAD • Hyderabadi cuisine also known as Deccani cuisine of India, was developed after the foundation of Qutb shahi dynasty by Sultan Quli • Biryani - a traditional meal of lamb & rice. • Types of biryanis – Hyderabadi biryani, Kachche- gosht ki biriyani, Zafrani Biryani, Kheeme ki khichidi. • Hyderabadi haleem - Haleem is a seasonal delicacy of wheat, meat cooked for hours to a porridge-like paste. This wheat porridge dish has its roots in Arabia, known as “harees”.
  6. 6. STARTERS • Keemay ki lukhmi - mince savoury • Muthi Ke Kebabs – Meat balls specialty • Garle - A Hyderabadi snack. DESSERT • Qubani ka meetha - Apricot Pudding • Double ka meetha- Bread Pudding • Sheer korma - Vermicelli Pudding
  7. 7. Heritage structures of Hyderabad Golconda Fort Falaknuma Palace Qutbshahi Tombs
  8. 8. TAJ FALAKNUMA PALACE Falaknuma Palace is also known as the “mirror of the sky” because at 2000 feet, it was built in the clouds and reflects the ever-changing moods of the sky. Set in 32 acres of land and spread over 19400 square meters, the Palace was commissioned by Sir Nawab Vikar-Ul Umra, a Hyderabadi nobleman from the Paigah family.
  9. 9. Culture of Hyderabad The hyderabadi civilization is not static as time progressed, new forces emerged, old ideas underwent and thus evolved the hyderabadi culture. The 400-year-old metropolis, a mixing pot of varied cultures, this cosmopolitan city is endowed with rich & variety of culture and. Hindu-Muslim ethos : Began with the Sultan’s romance with the beautiful Bhagmati. Etiquette : Give preference to others over oneself. Hyderabadi Baitak : social sittings even in the weekdays.
  10. 10. • Ramzan : The holy month of Ramzan is a special occasion in the life of a Muslim. • Diwali/Deepavali : Diwali, the festival of lights is no exception. The Goddess of Wealth, Lakshmi, is the main deity worshipped during this festival. • Vinayaka Chaturthi : It is the festival of Ganesha, the pot bellied, elephant headed son of Shiva. FESTIVALS CELEBRATED
  11. 11. TRADITIONAL FESTIVAL CUISINES • Mouhalabieh : A simple, creamy and sweet milk- based pudding flavored with orange blossom water and topped with ground pistachios. • Awwamat : These are flour dough balls that are deep fried then dipped in sugar syrup. They come out sweet and crispy! Serve hot . • Maamul Tamer : Semolina-based cookies that are stuffed with a date paste, then shaped and decorated either by hand or using a special wooden mold
  12. 12. IRANI CHAI • There are variants of the Irani chai which one must try like the Khade Chammach ki chai if you have a sweet tooth. • It is so named because the cup has so much sugar that the spoon stands upright when inserted to mix! • • The other variant is Burkhe wali chai. It is the Irani chai with a thick layer of cream above the tea.
  13. 13. THE PEARLS CITY • In the village of Chandanpet just outside Hyderabad, almost the entire population is engaged in the delicate art of drilling pearls. • A skill they have practised for generations, making Hyderabad one of the largest drilling centres in India. • Pearls are also graded according to color. While pink pearls and black pearls are also considered to be of good quality • white pearls have traditionally been most popular
  14. 14. THANK YOU

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