Chowmahalla Palace is a popular attraction of Hyderabad. Chowmahalla Palace is found close-by Charminar, at a separation of around 350 meters. Chowmahalla Palace was the official seat of the Asaf Jahi Dynasty or the Nizams of Hyderabad state. The name 'Chowmahallat' originates from two Urdu words, Chow and Mahallat. The stately capacities, for example, the promotion of the Nizams, gatherings for the Governor-General and other authority visitors and regal guests, and so on were held at Chowmahalla Palace.
Chowmahalla Palace is a mix of numerous compositional styles and impacts. Despite the fact that the development started in 1750, it was finished in the vicinity of 1857 and 1869. The Northern yard that comprises of Bara Imam and Shishe-Alat has numerous Mughal vaults and curves enhanced with stucco ornamentation.