The road straight ahead from Jubilee Hills leads to Hi-Tech City and then to Madhapur. At Madhapur are located two attractive spots of Hyderabad — Shilparamam and Durgam Cheruvu. Shilparamam is an arts and crafts village set up in an area spanning 30 acres of land. The place is famous for its annual festivals and bazaars. It provides ample space for the artistes and artisans from across the country to meet at one place to exchange their views with each another and also with customers.
Durgam Cheruvu — located in the vicinity of Madhapur — is a lake surrounded by huge rocks, popularly known as the Hyderabad rocks and dating back a few centuries. The place provides the visitors with pedal boating facilities before the sunset, organized by the APTDC. Don’t forget to take a dekko at the Hi-Tech City on the way!
Around 50 acres land occupied in High tech city, with full of green garden and good traditional small village. Decade history got hand made items and their structures, Folk dances and other traditional dances to view this place own its name for these events. For long distance High tech city is there, it is one of the most reliable built in Andhra Pradesh for its technology.
How to visit this place by bus:
From Secunderabad Railway station to this place: 47S
From Nampally Station to this place: 127, 127K
- Mahtama Gandhi Bus station to this place: 1, 1P, 1C, after reaching to Koti through these buses, from there catch 127, 127K buses for Shilpa Ramam.
- Jubliee Bus station to this place: 21, 22, 23, 25, after reaching to Secunderabad through these buses, from there catch 47S bus for Shilpa ramam.