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Country  India
State Telangana
District Hyderabad
Metro Hyderabad
 • Body GHMC
 • Official Urdu
Time zone IST (UTC+5:30)
PIN 500 024
Lok Sabha constituency Hyderabad
Vidhan Sabha constituency Malakpet
Planning agency GHMC

Chanchalguda is one of the old suburbs in Hyderabad, India. It is part of the old city of Hyderabad. There is a big jail called as Chanchalguda Central Jail which was set up during the time of the Nizams.

It is also known for the residence of Late Mohammed Aman Ullah Khan, whose residence looks opposite to Sarwar ul mulk Colony and Sir Aman being former Member of Legislative Assembly and Late Syed Mahmood Talib Khundmiri, India’s foremost and renowned Urdu poet and an architect.

Commercial area

The choice for shops at Chanchalguda is very good. The major shopping areas are Fateh Khan Bazar, Anjuman and many more. mostly it is a commercial area and it has one Engineering college in its pocket. It is listed among the new cities of Hyderabad.

Deccan Tutorial beside Dabeerpura Flyover, one of the leading Tuition Institutions of Hyderabad is located in Chanchalguda

Chanchalguda is also good for dini


Chanchalguda is connected by buses run by TSRTC. Buses that run are 98 connecting to Nampally and 78 connecting to Charminar.

The closest MMTS train stations are at Dabirpura and Malakpet.

Educational institutions

There is Deccan Tutorial, established in the early 1990s is one of the top choice for students for their tuition needs. There is also a very famous tuition center run by renown professor Mr. Hammad Ahmed Alvi teaching English for almost over 30 years.


There is Chanchalguda High School, established during the time of the Nizam.

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