2 days in Hyderabad – Part 1

Abhishek’s vacations start late May, and go on till mid-July. So, our summer travelling is appropriately staggered. We started this year with a short trip to Hyderabad, a city I have been to many times.

Hyderabad was where I had closed the deal with Sify in the Satyam campus 13 years ago.  I used to visit Hyderabad often for some of the Sify board meetings which used to alternate between Chennai and Hyderabad. Later, I used to visit Hyderabad to meet some of the NGOs which were doing work in rural development. I have also spoken a couple times at ISB.

And so it was, a few days ago, right in the middle of a hot summer’s day, that we landed in Hyderabad and found ourselves on the impressive 11.6 kms PV Narasimha Rao Expressway (a  4-lane elevated road) driving to the city.

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3 thoughts on “2 days in Hyderabad – Part 1”

  1. I wish all the cities have impressive connectivity form airport to city in India. Bangalore is such a mess 🙁

  2. Good God! Not at all. It is very narrow and dangerously designed. It has the same carriageway width as the space (that was eaten away) at the ground level. Waste of taxpayers money and God knows how much money was eaten away while building that. Although, I agree with the connectivity aspect with the Airport.

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