Charminar is an excellent combination of the Indo-Islamic architecture that is considered as one of the places. It presents the ancient history while consisting of a square-shaped structure and its structure is 56 meters high and 30 meters wide. One can see four minarets standing on the all four corners of Charminar. Each minaret has double balconies through which one can witness magnificent view of the surrounding. These minarets are covered with small, bulblike copulas. Additionally, there are45 prayer spaces where people gathers to this mosque for the Friday prayers.
Mohammed Quli Qutab Shah was built The Charminar in Hyderabad in 1591. The Charminar was constructed to mark the end of plague in the Hyderabad city. The Charminar is a very beautiful structure having four minarets. The best time to watch this monument is in the evening, with illumination, the great Charminar looks even greater. With the passage of time the Charminar acclaimed lots of importance that it and then became the heart of all lively activities. It is a perfect blend of modernity and tradition that shows our Indian richness.
The Charminar has four impressive doorways that face the four main directions. It is a two-storied building in which the first floor being covered. Additionally, there are balconies on this floor offering a flawless view of the surrounding areas. A small mosque adorns the top floor of the Charminar that is located on the western side of the Charminar. This mosque is believed as the oldest surviving mosque in Hyderabad city that has four wide roads going in each direction.
The complete structure of charminar has several small and ornamental arches designed in vertical and horizontal angels. On the upper quad, one can see a screen of arches or water screens that provide a delicate appeal to the well-developed look of the Charminar.