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The station was called Nam-pally because it was built in a moist and wet area in those days.Study Indian languages and culture during a semester or year with AIFS in Hyderabad, India.By including your tuition, housing, meals, airfare and cultural activities in one guaranteed price, AIFS makes it simple for you to live and study in Hyderabad and experience all that this thriving historic Indian city has to offer.Dating back to the 16th century, Hyderabad is the state capital of the Andhra Pradesh region in the south west of India and a major city with a thriving hi-tech industry that provides a great introduction to everything that India has to offer.Experience Indian culture firsthand and practice your language skills by living and sharing meals with a host family.Once It was resolved, trains began plying between Secunderabad and Hyderabad - passing through either the Hussain Sagar Junction or Begumpet Railway Station.
As of today, it has emerged one of the busiest Railway Stations with many Express and Super fast trains terminating or originating from here that include the legendary Andhra Pradesh Express - the first Super fast train of South Central Railways that runs between Hyderabad and New Delhi - and the immensely popular Godavari Express and Hussainsagar Express trains. Buses run by TSRTC provide connectivity from and to this place.
Nampally Railway Station, now known as Hyderabad Station, is Hyderabad's main railway station providing connectivity to various parts of the state and country.
"Nam" in Urdu means 'Wet and moist' and "Pally" means 'Place".
The Hyderabad Railway Station or Nampally , this station was used mostly as goods siding while the Secunderabad Railway Station (built in 1874) saw its first train on October 9, 1874 when the Wadi-Secunderabad line was commissioned.
The Hyderabad Railway Station had to wait till 1921 before the first passenger train came chugging in.
The delay was because the Begumpet Railway Station was being constructed, it was discovered that the railway line passed through the property of Sir Vicar-Ul_Umra and it was only when he insisted that the trains stop at Begumpet, did he grant permission for full construction of the Begumpet Railway Station.