The sumptuous locality of Jubilee Hills lies in the western part of Hyderabad. This is better off locality in Hyderabad neighbors Banjara Hills in the east and HITEC city in the west. Along with its quality residential status, Jubilee Hills also prides itself on being the city's commercial hotspot and political heart. The top celebrities from the Telugu film industry and many political leaders call it their hearth and home. The land prices here can fetch up to Rs.200000 per yard.
In 1967, Padma Shree awardee and IAS Officer Challagalla Narsimham oversaw the plan and development of Jubilee Hills, which was a desolated land characterized by a hilly area back then. Challagalla Narsimham was considered best for this project as he had developed several remarkable colonies in Madras. Consequently, C Narasimham and his family became the first inhabitants of Hills, and by 1980 the journey of growth of this locality embarked. Owing to its affluent status, Jubilee Hills houses many celebrities such as Telugu movie stars, business tycoons, and political leaders. In addition to stars like Allu Arjun, Mahesh Babu, Vijay Devarakonda, and the chief minister of Telangana himself resides here. Several luxury hotels, business headquarters, and designer boutiques are located here to cater to its upscale resident's needs.
Kasu Brahmananda Reddy National Park, situated here, is a trendy recreation spot in Jubilee Hills. This park was given its national status in 1988. It was built by Prince Azam Jah and formed a gift for his son at his coronation ceremony. The local public calls this park "a jungle within the concrete jungle." Other major tourist attractions include Lotus Pond, Durgam Cheruvu, Hakimpet Kunta, State Gallery of Fine Arts, Film Nagar club, and the Hyderabad Gymkhana.
The climate here is temperate. The lowest temperatures are recorded in January and the highest in May. The weather usually falls to 15 degrees Celsius. In summers, it may rise to almost 40 degrees Celsius. The monsoon extends from July to September.
Jubilee Hills is just 9km away from the heart of Hyderabad- Hussain Sagar. You can drive to jubilee hills via Kaifi Azmi Road from Hussain Sagar in 27 minutes. If you are looking to reach Jubilee Hills from Secunderabad, you can take the metro from Secunderabad to Peddamma Gudi, which is about 26 minutes. Metro is also the most economical way to reach Jubilee Hills from any corner of Hyderabad.
Jubilee Hills is connected to the rest of Hyderabad via TSRTC. HITEC city is the closest MMTC Train station to Jubilee Hills. The construction of new flyovers and the metro rail presence makes transporting in Jubilee Hills a breeze.
The nearest branch to Jubilee Hills is just 12.8km away and can be reached in 30 mins via roadways.
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