A Virtual Walk Around the Charminar

An icon of the city, the Charminar predates the Nizam era. It was built by the Qutub Shahis in the 16th century CE, marking a new phase in the city’s past. But did you know that the Charminar is surrounded by other interesting heritage structures, which reflect the city’s layered past?
Catch a virtual walk in the Charminar’s neighbourhood, with Yunus Lasania, journalist and oral historian and a heritage walk leader from the city.

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