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Picture: In front of Charminar
We have successfully Completed 4 day long SEA Friendship meetup in, Telengana, formerly known as Hyderabad, India .
The meetup was co-hosted by @AslamMohammed who took great care of us as like a guardian all the time.
Macca Masjid Complex
Here are some facts about the meetup:
Total distance traveled: 4000km +
Total Captured Picture : 5700+
Total Recorded Video: 200+
Number Of Food Crawl : 6
Number of Photo walk: 8 location
Total member attend : Bangladesh: 12
India : 3
Sri Lanka : 3
Covered Places : 1. Namapally Dargah area
2. Golkunda Fort
3. Qutub shah tombs
4. Shah Gosh House ( food crawl )
5. Hossain Sagar
6. Buddha statue
7. Lumbini Park
8. Char minar
9. chaomoholla Palace
10. Lal Bazar
11. Orbit shopping mall
12. aangar 5
13. Pista House
14. Daccan Achar
Hope all people like this
Few Meetup Photos
In Indigo air Flight Kolkata to Hyderabad
Hyderabadi Special Faluda
Wait for Dinner @ aanger 5
Aslam Vai explain Nizam Life History
Qutub shahi tombs
This is a wonderful story @MahabubMunna. You guys seemed to have had a lot of fun. I wish I could join you too. The food looks yummy, as usual, the typical Hyderabadi style. The Faluda picture stole away my heart. I feel thirsty, hungry and jealous all at the same time. :p That picture in front of the chowmahallah palace looks really nice. Thanks for sharing the story with us. This is indeed a great meetup. And a special thanks to @AslamMohammed for everything he did for you guys. I had a chance to visit Hyderabad 2 years back. It was for only a 2-day trip. I visited only Golkonda and Charminar. And a few surrounding area. Loved it.
Btw Mahabub, did you guys clap loud at the gate when you visited Golconda? It is said that, back then, when it was a real fort, the guards used to clap from the gate to let the people inside the fort know about an incoming guest. The gate was designed in such way that the sound of clapping echoed and make the sound quite loud. And obviously, in those days, the sound pollution was much lower hence they could actually hear those clapping sound.
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Yes apu @SoniaK aslam vai show this main palace entrance this
Thank you for tagging @SoniaK,
Unfortunately I cannot see the photos, apart of the first one, so I cannot completely appreciate the content, @MahabubMunna, for a meet-up that seems to be impressive. 4000 km is something huge, guys. Congratulations
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very very very nice post and photos @MahabubMunna :)))
i wish i am with you guys :)
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it was nice meeting you in person @MahabubMunna hope you guys enjoyed well n went safely :)
looking forward to meet you all again.
It was a great and memorable trip to hydrabad, we enjoyed the meetup and different historical place. Special thanks to @AslamMohammed for guiding us from the bottom of heart.
Wow @MahabubMunna, that truly seems like a fantastic Meet-Up! More than 4000 km distance traveled, 6 food crawls, 8 photo walks... you people have outdone yourselves this time. BRAVO!
I am impatiently waiting for the series. :)
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Also share with you a interesting news that . we use in 34 hour all type of transport to attend this meetup , boat, paddle rikshaw, baby taxi , taxi , ferry , rail , bus, metro train , airbus :)
total captured image around 6 thousand so take some time to share in connect but you can summery look in my shared album @KlaudiyaG