A walk in the special night bazaar at Charminar on the eve of Ramzaan

Published: 04th June 2018 06:05 PM  |   Last Updated: 05th June 2018 03:36 PM  

The iconic monument Charminar lights up in different colours during the month of Ramzaan. The area gets crowded with locals and tourists during this time of the year. (EPS | R.Satish Babu)
Laad Bazaar comes to full life during Ramzaan. Also known as Choodi Bazaar, the market is the best place for women in Hyderabad to go for shopping. (EPS | R.Satish Babu)
It is one of the oldest market in the Nizami city mostly filled with burqa-clad women. (EPS | R.Satish Babu)
Ramzaan provides immense short-term business opportunities to food stalls,jwellery vendors and clothes shops which leaves the streets lively 24/7. (EPS | R.Satish Babu)
The market is not only popular for bangles, pearls and attar but also for the local street food like kababs. The surrounding area of Laad Bazaar also houses famous old restaurants like the Shah Ghouse Café, which is a must visit place for people who eat non veg, and are going Hyderabad for the first time. (EPS | R.Satish Babu)
A boy trying out a red coloured taqiyah(skullcap) in Laad Bazaar. (EPS | R.Satish Babu)
How can we forget Haleem? During the month of Ramzaan, Haleem is a must try food in Hyderabad. The food is so popular that it is even exported abroad during this time of the year. (EPS | R.Satish Babu)
The traffic congestion in and around the monument has been eased to control pollution. The Hyderabad traffic police has banned the entrty of vehicles around the four pillar tower. In pic: People relax and watch in admirition the monument cum mosque that was constructed in 1591 by Sultan Muhammad Quli Qutb Shah. It is of Indo-Islamic architecture style. (EPS | R.Satish Babu)
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