Hyderabad lo chala localities unayi like Masab Tank, Malakpet, Secunderabad and Nampally. Kaani vetiki asalu e names ela vachayo chala takkuva mandiki telusu and these names have interesting stories behind them. So, here we are going to share the hidden story behind the localities names in Hyderabad.
Basheerbagh word ni Nawab Sir Asman Jah Bahadur built chesina Bashir Bagh Palace nundi vachindi. Idi 1880 lo construct chesaru and e palace lo oka beautiful garden undi, and dani valla Bagh (green crept) anedi a name lo undi. Independence tarvata Indian Government e place ni dismantle chesindi.
2. ShamshabadShams-ul-Umra ane peru nundi puttindi Shamshabad. Idi Nizam on Paigah nobles nundi vachindi. Arabic lo Shams antey sun and the title denoted the importance Nizam attached to the Paigahs.
3. Masab Tank
Quli Qutub Shah VI wife Hayat Bakshi Begum ni Ma Saheba ani anevallu. Oka tank tanu construct cheyinchindi Mallepally village loni lands irrigation kosam. Ala a area name Masaheba ka Talab ane vallu first lo, ipudu ade Masab Tank ayindi.
Basheerunnissa Begum, daughter of Nizam II ni Paigah noble ki ichi pelli chesinapudu, dowry kinda chala lands icharu. A village used to exist here and it came to be known as Begumpet.
E peru Sikander jha (1806) third Nizam name tarvata pettaru. Ikada British troops undevallu. E area ni first lo Laskshar ane vallu, which means ‘Cantonment’.
It was named after Sarwari Afzal Bai, mistress of Arasthu Jha. Dewan of Hyderabad, tana kosam oka palace and garden kattincharu.
7. Sultan Bazaar
Idi British troops kosam kattincharu. After 1933, the Residency bazaar was renamed Sultan Bazaar, when these areas were returned to the Nizam, by the British (Residency).
Raza Ali Khan who served Hyderabad state as “The Dewan” had a title – ‘Nekh Nam Khan’. When he was granted a Jaagir, it was being called as nekh-Nampally and it eventually became ‘Nampally’.
Oka revenue department employee, named Sonaji chala lands undevi e area lo. Atani name tarvata, Sonaji became Somaji and the hamlet came to be called ‘Somajiguda’
It was named after Malik Yakoob, a servant of Abdulah Qutub Shah Golconda King where he resided had a market, hence the name Malakpet.