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Bahadurabad Chowrangi is one of the key shopping and foodie hubs on “the other side of the (Clifton) bridge” with something for everyone. It is all the more vibrant these days, during the run-up to Eid.
What’s in a name? Bahadurabad is named after the Indian Muslim nationalist Bahadur Yar Jang who was from Hyderabad Deccan, and many of the area’s residents are from Hyderabad. In the middle of the roundabout stands the recently constructed ‘Charminar’ (four minarets) – a replica of sorts of the famous Charminar in Hyderabad.
Eid shopping… During the last 15 days of Ramazan, Bahadurabad Chowrangi becomes the ‘it’ place as far as Eid shopping is concerned. Several high-end retail stores are located near the roundabout, as well as clothing stores that offer more economical attire. Continue reading