A visit to the Falaknuma Palace is like retracing the paths of Nizams, walking in step with the European royalty, feeling the presence of the flamboyant Begums, walking arm-in-arm with distinguished Heads of the State and walk the Kings way, slicing your path through the choicest architecture. It is like walking into the heavens as the palace stands high about 2000 feet above the city. The Falaknuma Palace’s exquisite beauty allows you to enjoy a journey into the blue skies, into the glided ages of time immemorial, where grandeur and lavishness is all you see.
Those who have basked in its opulence have rejoiced in its brilliantly designed Venetian chandeliers, uniquely made furniture, an awe inspiring marble staircases and sloshing fountains, enchanting statues, and objects d’art. The Mughal, Rajasthani and the Japanese gardens that were personally conceived by the Nizam adore the palace. The Falaknuma Palace has a very rich Library, that is every collector’s envy. This replica of the one library at Windsor Castle homes the rarest of manuscripts. It is also graced with one of the most applauded collections of the Holy Quran in India.