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Hyderabad is one of the major cities in India. This colourful and atmospheric destination is usually treated as a single entity, but it is actually one half of a twin city, the other half being Secunderabad; the two are so close together that they virtually merge. Even though the city of Hyderabad is primarily viewed as a key international IT hub, it is also culturally rich. The city’s crowning glory is undoubtedly the Annual Music & Dance Festival, which, as the name suggests, is all about Indian music and dance.
Owing to Hyderabad’s history of being a part of one of the historical princely states in the region, it has a rich vein of culture, with influences from various periods of its long history. Even though the local music and dance art forms are crucial to the festival, the real draw for international tourists is that this festival features musicians and dancers from all over the sub continent. This is of interest, because India is one of the most diverse countries in the world in terms of the diversity of its culture and history. The Annual Music & Dance Festival is organised by the Andhra Music Academy at the Hari Hara Kala Bhavan, which is a centre for artistic goals.
The city is served by a very busy Rajiv Gandhi International Airport, which has to cater to a huge number of flights mainly due to the city’s thriving business community and central position in the country with respect to the IT sector.