TELANGANA, THE YOUNGEST STATE OF INDIA

The 29th State of India, Telangana was given a separate geographical and political identity recently on June 2nd, 2014. But the rich history of Telangana dates back to more than 2500 years ago since the time of Buddha.  Earlier it used to come into Andhra Pradesh but the movement for separate state first started in the 1950s.  The state was ruled by various Dynasties over the period of time. Hyderabad was ruled by Nizams earlier and became the capital of the newly formed Telangana. It is said that Telangana was mentioned in Mahabharata, which was known as the Telinga Kingdom supporting the Pandavas.

Local festivals of Telangana

Composite Culture can be experienced in the state of Telangana with North and South cultures blending beautifully. All the festivals namely Holi, Deepavali, Vinayaka Chaturthi, Dasara, Ugadi etc are celebrated with Pomp and equal devotion. But there are certain Local festivals, which are only celebrated in Telangana State.

Pochampally sarees

Bathukamma: – A very important festival during the time of Dasara, there are religious, cultural, historical sentiments attached with it. It is the colorful festival where Women wear festive sarees with glittering jewelry and decorate the Bathukamma with flowers and carry it to a decided point. The Bathukkamma is then immersed in water after the festival.

Bidri craft

Bonalu:- The Thanksgiving festival of the state to Goddess Mahakali, it is celebrated in the month of June or July.

Regional Speciality product of Telangana

Ethnic Wear: – With diversity in Culture, Telangana people can be seen in varieties of Clothing. But the majority of the women wear similar clothing, Sarees.

Pochampally & Gadwal Sarees:- Pochampally  and Gadwall sarees are clad by the majority of the women while unmarried girls wear salwar kameez or Langa Voni. Pochampally sarees is made from a silk produced from Bhoodan Pachampally town of Telangana district while the Gadwal saris beautifully handcrafted with vivid colors having zari work.

Pancha & Sherwanis:- Men wear Kurta Dhoti having a  specific kind known as Pancha.  Hyderabadi Sherwanis are famous and is usually clad in the weddings.

Women wear Glittery and gold jewelry usually in weddings.

Art and Craft

Telangana is known for its astounding handicrafts. Telangana is highly rich in art and craft forms namely:-

Bidri craft
Bidri craft

Bidri Craft:- The Bidri craft have Silver engraved on the metal pieces.

Dokra:-  Authentic and traditional handmade fabrics by the Banjaras, traditional art forms with bell metal known as Dokra is also available in huge quantity.

Ikat handloom:- The Ikat handloom having cotton kurtis, Pochampally sarees are  created by the local weavers.

Pearl Jewellery: Hyderabad is famous for pearl jewellery, it is also known as the “Pearl City” of India.

Food and Cuisine

The Hyderabadi Cuisine is famous all aroundd the world with amalgamations of various cuisines to enjoy your taste buds. With particular species and herbs imbibed in the regular food, the taste of food becomes richer.

Hyderabad_delicacies

Telangana’s specialty food includes Hyderabadi Marag, Mirchi ka salan,  Hyderabadi Biryani, Lukhmi, Haleem, Qubani ka meetha and more. The cuisine is made in traditional utensils, which are made of earthen pots, brass, and copper.

Karachi Biscuits:-  Apart from Biryani, Telangana’s Karachi Biscuit are exported to many cities and countries.

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