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suburban neighbourhood
Rajiv Gandhi International Airport at Shamshabad from a distance
Rajiv Gandhi International Airport at Shamshabad from a distance
Shamshabad is located in Telangana
Location in Telangana, India
Country  India
State Telangana,
District Ranga Reddy
City Hyderabad
Named for Shams-ul-Umra
Elevation 574 m (1,883 ft)
Demonym Shamshabadi
 • Official Telugu
Time zone IST (UTC+5:30)
Vehicle registration TS-07

Shamshabad, originally Shamsabad, is a suburb of Hyderabad, located in Ranga Reddy district of Telangana in India.

Shamshabad is very famous suburb in the outskirts of Hyderabad. Shamsabad was previously called Sedanti village which was later called it as Shamsabad is named after a Paigah noble called Nawab Shams-ul-Umara Bahadur "Abul Fateh Khan", Tegh Jung , Shams-ud-Daula , Shams-ul-Mulk , Shams-ul-Umrah ("The Sun among the Nobles") he was the Founder of the Paigah family, the title conferred by the Nizam Asaf Jah (Ruler of Hyderabad Deccan) on Paigah Nobles. The Paigah family or Shams-Ool-Oomrah’s family or Shamshiya family was among the senior aristocracy nobility in Hyderabad Deccan and always held the first rank and second only to that of the Nizam of Hyderabad Deccan. During the reign of Nizam II, Mir Nizam Ali Khan’s (1762-1803), the entire Shamsabad village was granted to Nawab Shams-ul-Umara Bahadur as a Inam (Gift) permanently for rendering conspicuous service to the state, Shamsabad came to over the years to be called Shamshabad, as happened with other locality names, Shamsabad too got corrupted and over the years came to be called Shamshabad.

There is a railway station at Shamshabad by the name Umdanagar, which is part of the South Central Railway, Indian Railways.


  • Geography 1
  • New International Airport 2
  • Panchayats 3
  • Temples 4
  • References 5
  • External links 6


Shamshabad is located at .[1] It has an average elevation of 574 metres (1,886 ft).

New International Airport

Shamshabad boasts the brand-new Hyderabad International Airport, which commenced operations on March 23, 2008. The airport site totals 5,400-acre (22 km2) in area and the GPS coordinates are 17"15' North and 78"25' East. Currently the biggest project in Hyderabad, the new international airport, once completed in all its phases, will be able to provide much-needed infrastructure to handle large aircraft and the booming passenger and cargo traffic at Hyderabad. With world-class facilities and latest technology aimed at providing passenger convenience, this airport is one of the best in the country. Other noteworthy features of the airport are, the second longest runway (4.2 km or 2.6 miles) in the country, and extensive connectivity to/from the city. This multi-phased project is conceptualised on the lines of modular-expansion and has been developed to cater to over 7 million passengers a year in the first phase i.e. March 2008. It would be able to cater to over 50 million passengers a year in the final phase of development.

Many projects of Telangana Govt. are coming in and around Shamshabad Airport, including Fab City, Nano Tech Park, Hardware Park, and Textile Park. The airport is connected to Hitech City by the recently constructed Outer Ring Road which makes it very convenient to International visitors visiting the Hitech city.


There are 24 panchayats in the Shamshabad mandal.[2]


  • Seetharamaswamy Temple at Ammapally.

Built by Vengi kings in 13th Century BC and one of the rarest Kodanda rama temple, where lord Ram is holding an arrow in his hand along with Sita and Laxmana in the Sanctum sanctorum. Lord Hanuman is placed at the Dhwaja stamba. Temple is located 4 km from Shamshabad bus stand and is one of the popular destinations for the Telugu film industry.

Seetharamaswamy Temple at Ammapally.


  1. ^ Falling Rain Genomics.Shamsabad
  2. ^ Details of Telangana till Village Panchayat Tier

External links

  • Shamshabad Airport - Arrival | Departure Information
  • Shamshabad Airport
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