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Aghapura is a neighbourhood in Hyderabad, India. Located between the major suburbs of Hyderabad, Nampally and Mehdipatnam. The area is famous for ‘Aghapura Charkhandil’ - elderly people say during the Nizam era - four lamps used to exist which would be lit in the night. A designated person would light the lamps every day during the evening. Hence this particular spot is still referred to its old name and is a landmark. Aghapura is named after Agha Muhammad Dawood Abul Ulai, a disciple of Sufi saint Shah Mohammed Hassan Abul Ulai. This area is specifically famous for the 150-year-old shrine of the Sufi saint Shah Mohammed Hassan Abul Ulai.  The shrine, also known as Aghapura Dargah, was awarded during world Heritage day.
Aghapura is connected by buses run by TSRTC.
Aghapura is the center of attention during the Urs (celebration) of the Aghapura Dargah. This locality is also in highlight for a political reason as the All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen(AIMIM) party's headquarters located at Darussalam.
- Bazar Ghat
- Dhool Pet
- Gosha Mahal
- Masab Tank
- Murad Nagar
- Seetaram Bagh
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