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దిల్‌షుఖ్ నగర్
The Busy Main Road of Dilshukhnagar
The Busy Main Road of Dilshukhnagar
Dilsukhnagar is located in Telangana
Location in Telangana, India
Country  India
State Telangana
District Ranga Reddy District
 • Body GHMC
 • Official Telugu
Time zone IST (UTC+5:30)
PIN 500,060
Lok Sabha constituency Hyderabad
Vidhan Sabha constituency L.B. Nagar
Planning agency GHMC

Dilsukhnagar is one of the largest commercial and residential centers in Hyderabad. It was once part of the Municipal Corporation of Hyderabad, but later merged with the Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation.


The name "Dilsukhnagar" is derived from Dilsukh Ram Pershad, an agricultural land owner who lived around Malakpet. It is said that he subdivided his land into plots and built a colony which he named Dilsukhnagar.

Dilsukhnagar was once a purely residential suburb; however, in the last decade strong economic growth has transformed it into a major commercial hub.

On 21 February 2013, at around 7:05 PM, two blasts occurred in the area: one in the vicinity of the Konark and Venkatadri movie theaters and the other near a busy bus stop. Sixteen people were killed and at least 118 were injured. Indian mujahideen were suspected and the blasts are thought to have been meant as revenge for the executions of Afzal Guru and Ajmal Kasab in Tihar Jail on 13 February 2013.[1][2][3]


Dilsukhnagar is a busy commercial hub in Hyderabad. The Dilsukhnagar Bus Stand, termed the "floating population", attracts migrants from the rest of the country. and so many retail giants like pantaloons,croma,Brand factory, More mega mart,mega mart, Bajaj electronics, TMC are running successfully between dilsukhnagar and L.B.Nagar.. and good restarunts like swagath,Papadam's blue, green leaves and Bawarchi also are surrounded dilsukhnagar.


Dilsukhnagar merged into the Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation in 2007 after an order from the Government of Andhra Pradesh. It is a part of the Malkajgiri Lok Sabha constituency and the L.B. Nagar constituency of the Telangana State Assembly.


Dilsukhnagar is well connected within Hyderabad. The Telangana State Road Transport Corporation has bus routes to areas such as Ghatkesar, L.B. Nagar, Kothi, and Malakpet. Additional buses are available from the DSNR bus depot P. Traffic congestion is relatively common in Dilsukhnagar.

The nearest Multi-Modal Transport System station is at Malakpet. Dilsukhnagar also hosts a Railway Advance Reservation Booking Office. The nearest airport is Hyderabad's Rajiv Gandhi International Airport.

Dilsukhnagar should have further connections once the Hyderabad Metro is completed.


Dilsukhnagar is home to many educational institutions and commercial coaching and training centers. Dilsukhnagar Public School and Gowtham Model School are the main schools.

Padmavamshi Handloom and Textiles Market

The Padmavamshi Handloom and Textiles Market is located in the Kothapet area near the HUDA Complex. The complex is four floors high and consists of hundreds of outlets selling handlooms and textiles.

Other prominent places

  • Asmangadh Fort – located near NH-9.
  • Birla Archaeological Museum – located near Asmangadh.
  • Mini Tank Bund – Mini Tank Bund was constructed along the banks of Saroornagar Lake. Indira Priyadarshini Park is located on this Mini Tank Bund.
  • Jain Mandir – The famous Jain Mandir is located on the Maruthinagar-Chaitanyapuri stretch, about 1.5 km from Dilsukhnagar Bus Depot.
  • Narasimhaswamy Temple – This ancient temple is located in Chaitanyapuri on high rocks on the banks of the river Musi. The temple is famous as the Konda Gudi in the Chaitanyapuri area.
  • Saibaba temple-this is the famous temple in the dilshuknagar area,this temple is replica of the saibaba temple in the shiridi.


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  2. ^ "Five explosions kill 23 in Hyderabad, 50 injured". First Post. Retrieved 21 February 2013. 
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