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Thursday, 11-Nov-2010 17:50 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Famous Hotels in Mumbai and Educational Institutions

 
Wanted to know about Hotels of Mumbai. Certainly, we Hotels Angel will let you know each and every famous Hotel of Mumbai but prior to that allow us to tell you everyting about Mumbai in detail. Knowing this for sure, your respect towards Mumbai will increase and will accelrate your plans to visit this City.

History :

This city was formall ycalled as Bombay. Mumbai is the capital city of Maharashtra. This city is considered to be the second most populous city in the World. This city has got 14 million population. Urban areas has recently merged with Mumbai, now they are called as Navi Mumbai and Thane. This city has got a deep natural harbour and it lies on the west coast. Mumbai is not only the richest city in India but also in the year 2009 it was name as Alpha World City.

Earlier Bombay was considered to be a home communities of Fishing Colonies. Before coming in to the hands of British East India Companies Bombay was under the control of Portuguese and Indigenous Empires. Indigeneous Empires were considered to be the succesive controlers of Bombay who has controled it for years and years.

After acquiring Bombay in their authrotiy Britishes has reshaped it with large-scale civil engineering projects and has made it as a comprehensive and a significant trading town. In 19th Century Bombay has said to be characterised in Economic and Educational Developments. In the early 20th Century Bombay became a strong base for the Indian Independence Movement. After the Independence the Bombay was incorporated into Bombay State in the year 1947. Samyukta Maharashtra Movement which was in the year 1960 a new state of Mahrashtra was created with the capital city as Bombay. Bombay was renamed as Mumbai in the year 1995

Not only Commercial but Mumbai is also considered to be an entertainment centre of India. Mumbai is able to generate the following percentage to the Indian Economy.
Industrial Output - 25%
Marine Trade - 40%
Capital Transactions - 70%


Financial institutions such as Reserve Bank of India, Bombay Stock Exchange, National Stock Exchange of India and various Multinational and Indian companies have made their base in Mumbai and have chosen Mumbai as their homes for their appropriate headquarters. Top of that Mumbai is considered to be a home city for Indian Hindi Films and Television Industry, which is known in the world as Bollywood. The business opportunities in Mumbai and its standard of living has attracted many migrants from different states of the Country which inturn has made this city as a city of many communities and cultures.
In the year 1995 The English name Bombay was officially changed in Mumbai by Shiv Sena Party after they won the Maharashtra State Elections. Shiv Sena Party considered to be one of the famous Hindu Nationallist Party. Since, then the Bombay was pronounced with a Marathi Pronunciation "Mumbai".

Economy :

Mumbai is the economic hub of India and is the financial capital of the Country. Mumbai is said to generate 5% of the total GDP i.e., Rs. 200,483 Crores and per-capita income is Rs. 128,000/-. Mumbai is contributing the following as per the records.

10% - Factory Employment
25% Industrial Output
33% Income Tax
60% Customs Duty
20% Central excise tax


The following collections are three times of the national average collections. Famous conglomerates are based in Mumbai for instance, Larsen and Toubro, Life Insurance Corporation of India, State Bank of India, Tata Group and Reliance and five of the Fortune Global 500 companies. Top of that many of the financial institutions and foreign banks are based in Mumbai. In early phases of Mumbai it was properous in textile mills and the seaport but since then it has been diversified in engineering, diamond-polishing, healthcare and IT (Information Technology). In the year 2008 Mumbai stood third in the categories of Global Cities and had been subjected to "Alpha World City"

Mumbai city's large workface is been carried by state and central government employees. However, Mumbai is said to possess large number of unskilled and semi-skilled self employed population. Most of them earn their livelihood as hawkers, taxi drivers and mechanics. Where as education population earn their livelihood in blue collar professions and jobs. Mumbai port is one of the oldest and significant port in India because of which port and shipping industry is well established.

Central Mumbai contains a large recycling industry which process recyclable waste from other parts of the city based in Dharavi. The district has estimated to possess 15,000 single room factories. .
10% - Factory Employment
25% Industrial Output
33% Income Tax
60% Customs Duty
20% Central excise tax


The following collections are three times of the national average collections. Famous conglomerates are based in Mumbai for instance, Larsen and Toubro, Life Insurance Corporation of India, State Bank of India, Tata Group and Reliance and five of the Fortune Global 500 companies. Top of that many of the financial institutions and foreign banks are based in Mumbai. In early phases of Mumbai it was properous in textile mills and the seaport but since then it has been diversified in engineering, diamond-polishing, healthcare and IT (Information Technology). In the year 2008 Mumbai stood third in the categories of Global Cities and had been subjected to "Alpha World City"

Mumbai city's large workface is been carried by state and central government employees. However, Mumbai is said to possess large number of unskilled and semi-skilled self employed population. Most of them earn their livelihood as hawkers, taxi drivers and mechanics. Where as education population earn their livelihood in blue collar professions and jobs. Mumbai port is one of the oldest and significant port in India because of which port and shipping industry is well established.

Central Mumbai contains a large recycling industry which process recyclable waste from other parts of the city based in Dharavi. The district has estimated to possess 15,000 single room factories.

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Monday, 1-Nov-2010 20:57 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Great Hotels in Delhi

 
Hotels Angel have an immense pleasure to take you through the journey of Delhi in detail. Before choosing any hotel to stay in or to holiday, one has to know about the culture and traditions of that particular city. If you have plans to holiday in Delhi then allow Hotels Angel to open a new window of understanding Delhi and letting you know everything related to it.

Cuisine :

When it comes to Cuisine Delhi is quite different compared to other cities of India. Delhiites are more inclined towards Punjabi, Mughlai, Biryaani and Kabaabs. These dishes are said to be very popular in Delhi. Due to migrant population and large cosmopolitan cuisines from different parts of India is available in Delhi.

Cuisines like Rajasthani, Gujrati, Maharashtrian, Hyderabadi, Bengali and South Indian Food items like idli, sambar and dosa are widely available. On streets one can taste Chaat and Dahi-Papri.Apart from the above there are several food outlets and restaurants which serve international cuisine including, Japanese, Italian and Chinese. In the last decade western fast food have become more popular in Delhi.

Education :

Administration of Schools and Higher education in Delhi are controlled by Directorate of Education, NCT Government or Private Organizations. According to the survey conducted in Delhi in the year 2004-2005 there are..
2515 - Primary Schools.
635 - Middle Level Schools.
504 - Secondary Schools.
1208 - Senior Secondary Schools.
165 - Colleges


Among the colleges there are five medical colleges and eight engineering colleges. Delhi houses six universities. The famous universities in Delhi are Delhi University, Jawaharlal Nehru University, Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University, Jamia Millila Islamia, Indira Gandhi National Open University, National Law University, IGNOU and Jamia Hamdard.

In top 10 engineering colleges Delhi houses 3 colleges. They are IIT Delhi, DTU and NSIT.

Hotels in Delhi :

Hotels of Delhi are of peerless hospitality and excellence.Hotels in Delhi offers the finest dining experience with visitors choicest accommodation and business facilities.

Along with impeccable facilities and comfortable stay Hotels of Delhi distinctive features luxuriousness. One can experience the motivated and well trained staff that provides the kind of attentive and warm service which any one can rarely get today.

Delhi Hotels are one of the finest examples of hospitality with an assurance of personalized care. With an world class service.

Five Star Hotels with luxurious service are listed below.
The Oberoi Hotel.
Grand Hyatt Hotel.
Hotel Hyatt Regency.
Taj Mahal Hotel.
Hotel Imperial.
Hotel Taj Palace.
Le-Meridien Hotel.
Hotel Inter-Continental
Interncontinental Nehru Palace
Ashok Hotel.
Radisson Hotel.
Crowne Plaza Surya.
Shangril La Hotel.


Apart from Five Star Hotels there are few First Class Hotels which serves the need of your trip but may not provide you the luxuriousness. If you not much concern about the luxury then you can opt for any hotel which is listed below.
The Park Hotel.
Siddharth Hotel.
Hotel Vasant Continental.
Hotel Nikko.
Hotel Oberoi Maidens.


Furthermore, if you are looking for low budget hotel yet which can serve you the good food and can give you the comfort. Then, you much prefer the below listed hotels.
The Connaught Hotel.
Hotel Janpath.
Hans Plaza.
Westend Inn Hotel.

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Tuesday, 14-Sep-2010 02:22 Email | Share | | Bookmark
About Delhi and its Economy Hotels for Accomodation

 
Hotels in Delhi

Let Hotels Angel have an immense pleasure to take you through the journey of Delhi with lot variety of hotels in Delhi. Before choosing any hotel to stay in or to holiday, one has to know about the culture and traditions of that particular city. If you have plans to holiday in Delhi then allow Hotels Angel to open a new window of understanding Delhi and letting you know everything related to it.

History of Delhi

It is believed that human habitation was present in and around Delhi during the second Millennium BCE. Since then continuous in habitation has been evidenced since at least 6th century. Delhi is believed to be the site of Indraprastha, which was the capital of Pandavas in Mahabharata. In Mauryan Empire settlements grew from time to time. In this course of action seven major cities were discovered in Delhi.

In the year 1180 CE Lal Kot was conquered by the Chauhan Rajputs of Ajmer and renamed it as Qila Rai Pithora. The Chauhan Rajputs were defeated by Afghan Muhammed Ghori's in the year 1192. It was Qutb ud din Aybak who was the first ruler of the Slave Dynasty who established the Delhi Sultanate in the year 1206. He was the one who started constructing Qutub Minar and Quwwat-al-Islam (might of Islam) the earliest extant mosque in India.

For more than three centuries Mughal Empire ruled northern India. During the year 1553 - 56, Mughal Emperor Akbars' forces of Agra and Delhi was defeated by Hemu Vikramaditya, he then acceded to the throne of Delhi. However, in the second Battle of Panipat Mughals defeated Hemu and reestablished their rule.

"Shahjahanabad" is the seventh city of Delhi which was built by Shah Jahan with his name. This city is commonly known as the "Old City" or "Old Delhi". From the year 1638 to 1680 this old city served as the capital of the Mughal Empire. After that the Mughal Empire's influence declined rapidly as the Hindy Marathas rose prominently.

Forces of Nader Shah invaded and looted Delhi including the Peacock Throne and carried away many treasure after Mughal Empire lost the Battle of Karnal. In the year 1752 a treaty signed of Marathas made them the protector of the Mughal throne in Delhi. Delhi was occupied and raided by Ahmed Shah Abdali in the year 1761 when Marathas lost the third battle of Panipat. It was then British East India Company overran the Maratha forces near Delhi and ended up the Mughal rule over the city.

Economy

In northern India Delhi is the largest commercial center with an estimated net State Domestic Product of Rs. 1,182 billion in nominal terms and Rs. 3,364 billion in PPP terms. Delhi had a per capita income of Rs. 66,728 which makes it stand as a third highest in India after Chandigarh and Goa. One important factor about Delhi is its unemployment rate has decreased from 12.57% to 4.63% in the year 2003.

The sectors which has erased the unemployment from Delhi are Information Technology (IT), Telecommunications, Hotels, Banking, Media and Tourism. Many consumer goods industries have set their base in Delhi because of which manufacturing industry has also grown considerably. Delhi's large consumer market, coupled with the easy availability of skilled labour has attracted many foreign investors.

Telecommunications, power, construction, health and community services and real estate business have increased the economy of Delhi. Moreover, Delhi owns one of the fastest growing retail industry. As a result, land prices of Delhi are booming and is currently ranks as the 7th most expensive hot spot in the world .

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India's Best Economy Hotels in Hyderabad with good accommodation

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Hyderabad Hotels

One more feather in the hat of Hyderabad is its "Biryani". Hyderabad's Biryani is famous in the entire world. It is formally believed that Hyderabadi can not celebrate any party or occasion without Biryani. A celebration is not considered to be a celebration if Biryani is not served in it. People are so crazy about it that they just can not survive without having it twice or thrice in a week.

So, if you are looking to book a hotel from Hotels Angel then make sure that the Hyderabad Hotels which you are choosing should serve Hyderabad Biryani or else there should be a known hotel near by which facilities the service of Biryani.

The chefs of Hyderabad have learned the art of preparing biryani from Mughal's. They have memorized and practised the art of mixing ingredients and the rice in such a way and quantity that there is no proper word which can describe their accuracy. This makes Hyderabad's Biryani stand unique in its own taste compared to the taste of rest of the world.

Apart from Hyderabad's Biryani there are few native dishes which plays a outstanding role to rule the hearts of a tourist and a visitor of Hyderabad. These are Qubaani ka meetha, Iraani Chaye, Paaye, Haleem, Kaddu ki kheer, Mirchi ka Salan, Bagaare Baigan, kaddu ka sherwa, Nahari, Til ki chatni, baigan ki chatni, aam ki chatni, khaari bukni, khatti daal, pasindou ka salan, arwi ka shorba, khageena, til ka khatta, palak ki bhaaji, chukkey ka salan, ambaade ki bhaji, aam ka achar, gosht ka achar, garm masale ki bukni and many more. The dishes which are mentioned above have been written in Hotels Angel website after a research team of Hotels Angel has done a local research. You may not find these many dishes any where except Hotels Angel.


Eduction in Hyderabad

Osmania University established in the year 1917 stands as a Seventh oldest University in India and the third oldest in South India. It has educated millions of students who are playing a vast role in the development of the country. Many students of Omsania University have received offers from different countries and have set their base there.

Hotels in Hyderabad

Before one could draw any conclusion about any Hotels in Hyderabad it is advised to judge their services on the amount they are charging. The services of every hotel depends on the amount they charge. Hence, its just up to you to choose the hotel calculating the amount you want to spend on it. Furthermore, hotels which are situated in costly areas of Hyderabad will cost you more compared to the hotels which are in economic areas and roads.

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Hotels located in Banjara Hills, Begumpet, Tankbund, Minister Road, Madhapur and Jubilee Hills will cost you more compared to the hotels which are located in other localities of Hyderabad.


Thursday, 26-Aug-2010 01:39 Email | Share | | Bookmark
India's Best Luxury Hotels in Hyderabad for Leisure and Business

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Hotels in Hyderabad

Before knowing about Hyderabad Hotels or Hotels in Hyderabad one must know about Hyderabad 's culture and traditions. You can have a clear idea about these two aspects when you start learning about Hyderabad entirely. Allow Hotel's Angel to take you through the journey of understanding Hyderabad from all the aspects.

History of Hyderabad

Hyderabad has unearthed some evidences which was date back to 500 BC. However, Hyderabad is said to be founded below than 500 years ago. Approximately 1000 years ago Hyderabad was ruled by Kakatiyas. Muhammad Quli Qutub Shah announced the Independence of Hyderabad in the year 1512. This Independence was announced by him from his Golconda fort simultaneously in the same year he has announced the construction of Charminar.

Dr. Ambedkar was so impressed with Hyderabad that in the year 1955 he wanted Hyderabad to be the second capital city of India. Furthermore, he bought in public notice that Hyderabad possess all the abilities to become a second capital city due to its marvelous buildings and monuments. On 1 November 1956 the Hyderabad became the capital city of Andha Pradesh.

Economy

Hyderabad is the economical, financial and political state of Andhra Pradesh. It is known as the city of pearls, lakes, historical monuments and lately for its IT companies. Because of its good cost of living many companies have migrated to Hyderabad and have installed their base here. Construction of Hi-Tech city has catch the eye of many MNC's which have opened their branches and also one more best reason is that the excellent manpower is available with the very affordable wages. This is the reason why one can see many constructions going on for commercials on every street of the city.

Generally the culture of Hyderabad can be divided in to two speakers Urdu and Telugu but you can also find people who speaks Marwari and Marathi. When it comes to Urdu Hyderabadi doesn't speak the formal Urdu as spoken by people who are from Lucknow. A Hyderabadi has developed and typical urdu slang. Frankly speaking many people love to speak Hyderabadi and enjoy communicating. These days they are been recognized for their Hyderabadi language.

Women's in Hyderabad prefers to wear Sari and young girls love to wear salwar kameez. Men generally like to wear Sherwaanis and Kurta paijama. Generally people in Hyderabad are divided in to two sects Hindu's and Muslim's. City has bear the witness of good rapport with each other sects in this city.

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