Mehdipatnam is a town in the southwest of Hyderabad, India. It is named after Mehdi Nawaz Jung, a Hyderabad State politician, and bureaucrat, and is located north of the Musi River near Asif Nagar. This area is home to several large Masjids. It has become a commercial center known for its Gold Market and Shopping Centers as a result of recent developments in the last few decades.
The Okaz Complex in Mehdipatnam is home to numerous jewellery stores, including Mujtaba Jewelers, Sri Krishna Jewellers, Danish Jewellers, and Malabar Gold and Diamonds. Restaurants serving North Indian cuisine include the Prince Hotel, Prince Cafe and Restaurant, City Diamond Hotel, Paradise Hotel, Al Baik Shawarma Center, and others. Subway, McDonald’s, Domino’s Pizza, KFC, and Pizza Hut have recently opened franchises in the area. Swathi Tiffins is one of Hyderabad’s oldest tiffin centers and a local favorite. There are also sweet shops such as Delhiwala Sweets and Chat, G. Pulla Reddy Sweets, and others. Fast food franchises and haleem served here during Ramadhan have made this location popular. Mehdipatnam has a plethora of movie theatres and multiplexes that keep the locals entertained on a daily basis. The most well-known are Amba Theater, Eswar Theater, Galaxy Theater, and Asian Multiplex. The Kings Palace and Kings Kohinoor Convention (both managed by Red Rose Palace) are the most notable marriages/functions. Others that can be rented for weddings or other ceremonies include MP Garden Function Hall, Mahboob Mansion, and others. Sarojini Devi Eye Hospital is nearby. It is a government hospital that provides free care to patients. The oldest multi-specialty hospital in town is Jayabhushan Hospital. Anusha Hospital, Olive Hospital, Vasan Eye Care, Mina Multi Specialty Hospital, Premier Hospital, and MM Hospital are among the other notable hospitals. There are numerous medical clinics in this area. The famous Golconda Fort, Jalagam Vengal Rao Park in Banjara Hills, and the Lotus Pond in Film Nagar are all nearby tourist attractions.
Mehdipatnam has a TSRTC bus depot, which serves as a hub for many buses that travel throughout the city. It connects various neighborhoods throughout the city, including Chevella, Moinabad, Uppal, Secundrabad, Lingampally, Koti, Gachibowli, Madhapur, Aramghar, and others. It also connects to Rajiv Gandhi International Airport via the PV Narasimha Rao Expressway. Nampally and Lakdikapool are the nearest MMTS train stations. There are numerous schools and colleges in the area that cater to students of all financial backgrounds. St. College Ann’s for Women, G. Pulla Reddy Educational Institutions, Prof. K. Nagi Reddy Educational & Cultural Society, and Lal Bahadur Degree College have all established themselves here. Hidayah Islamic International School, Blooms Beyond Institute of Developmental Skills, Gowtham Model School, Silicon Valley School, Sri Chaitanya Techno School, and G. Narayanamma High School are among the schools in this area (Opp Mehdipatnam Bus Depot). Masjid-e-Azizia is Mehdipatnam’s largest mosque and the headquarters of the Students Islamic Organization of India as well as the Islamic Center of Jamaat-e-Islami Hind. Rajarajeshwari Temple is located in Mehdipatnam’s Ramamurthy Colony. Santosh Nagar is home to the Methodist Church. This area is close to the upscale Banjara Hills neighborhood and features plenty of greenery, lakes, and the Musi River.
Mehdipatnam’s neighborhood is made up of affluent residents who work in IT and business hubs. The entire neighborhood is decent and metropolitan in nature. IT and tech parks are only 10-12 kilometers away, and the proximity of these hubs keeps the demand for quality housing high. The neighborhood is very livable, and most amenities are nearby. It is a wonderful locality with a peaceful environment, and it is known as Hyderabad’s most religious region, with the most masjids.
Mehdipatnam is a popular residential area in Hyderabad’s southwestern suburbs, close to Toli Chowki, Nanal Nagar, Syed Nagar, and the Royal colony. Mehdipatnam is preferred for both end-use and investment purposes. It is popular among those who work in nearby employment centers and real estate investors looking for high rental yields. For a variety of reasons, including proximity to the city center and major employment centers, well-established infrastructure facilities, excellent connectivity, and an efficient public transportation system, demand for real estate properties in Mehdipatnam is increasing. It has a variety of housing options, including residential homes, plots, and apartments. The average sale price is within the reach of middle and lower-income earners. Buyers can, however, choose between incredible luxurious apartments and more affordable alternatives. Many builders are constantly striving to bring in more high-quality residential projects to meet the expectations of future residents. Mehdipatnam properties are popular among home buyers due to the abundance of commercial complexes such as supermarkets, schools, restaurants, fitness centers, and banks. Because of its proximity to the city center and prominent employment centers, it is one of the most sought-after districts for both commercial and residential real estate. The Mehdipatnam Skywalk is a major infrastructure project planned near the busy Mehdipatnam Rythu Bazaar that will make life easier for pedestrians.
The nearest major railway station is only 6 kilometers away and is easily accessible by car. Commercial viability is very good because Mehdipatnam is preferred as an upscale residential area close to the city center. Traveling between cities in this state is easy thanks to the excellent railway and road connectivity. The main routes to Mehdipatnam are the PV Narasimha Rao Expressway, the Shaikpet Flyover, the Inner Ring Road, and the Nehru Outer Ring Road. Lakdi-ka-pul and Irrum Manzil metro stations are about 5-6 kilometers away. TSRTC buses run on a regular basis. Taxis and automobiles are also readily available. The railway stations of Khairatabad and Hyderabad Deccan Nampally are approximately 6 kilometers away. The Nehru Outer Ring Road leads to Rajiv Gandhi International Airport, which is approximately 28 kilometers away.