The Jama Masjid is the oldest mosque in
Hyderabad and is
located at a few meters away from Charminar, in Hyderabad. Muhammad Quli
Qutub Shah built it in the year 1597, after the completion of Charminar.
The ruins of an old Turkish bath lie within the premises of the Masjid.
Formerly, a school and a monastery used to lie within the walls of the mosque, but they no longer exist today. The Jama Masjid is visited by a large number of Muslims and remains as one of the principal places of worship in the city.
Air: Hyderabad being the capital
city is well connected by air from all the important cities of the
Rail: Hyderabad has got its own railhead and is connected with all the major cities within the state and outside.
Road: Regular bus service connects Hyderabad with all the important places within the country. For city transportation city buses, taxis, and auto rickshaws are also available.
For accommodation purpose tourist can check
out the various budget and star hotels in Hyderabad.