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Hyderabad Zindabad!
This village is to bring Hyderabadi's together outside of hyderabad.

Talk about your favorite hyderabadi characteristics, what bugs you - what you like most.

Talk about the Nizam, Golconda, Osmania, shopping at Abid's, Makki Masjid - Laad Bazaar...or even being a Hyderabadi in the west!
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Hello. I am the granddaughter of Mohammed Muzzafar and Hafeez Uneesa Muzzafar who owned the town of Kalyani in Hyderabad deccan. Both of my parents were born in Hyderabadi, India and my father grew up in a mansion in hyderabad state and rode horses until he was 14. He was forced to move to karachi when he was 17. My father studied political science at Karachi University and mechanical engineering and then moved to the United States where he got a degree in mechanical engineering at the Detroit Institute of Technology. We grew up in Canada, in Ignace and Winnipeg, Manitoba where my dad worked and was landlord to eight houses. My mother married while in a masters of economics program.

I am in need of dire help. Can you come here and help us? I was attacked and stalked the summer before I entered into my final year of microbiology at the University of Manitoba. The attackers came from Toronto where I lived for a year in 2006 before returning to U of M. They have really affected my lifestyle and possibly my future. I moved out there to meet hyderabadi people, find better work because we were losing money, and help my mom see her family since my parents divorced and she was lonely. Instead I met a girl who was divorced, uneducated and a smoker. I thought she was a nasty difficult depressing person but since our mothers knew each other I thought of her as a cousin. Her family hails from bano, a small town in peshawar Pakistan, and her father's side from Delhi. I don't like pakistani people.

I think she is jealous of me because I'm pretty and envious of me because I'm prettier and smarter than her, my family background, my education, my virginity, and my weight of 96lbs. She got along better with my sister but she was jealous of her as well even though my sister did a lot for her.

I have reason to believe she sent gangsters and criminals after me to hurt and abuse me because she hates people of hyderabadi desent and wants to destroy us. I think she used my cousin to try to have me married off to a gangster in Toronto in order to destroy my life because she is envious of me. She called a 26 hyderabadi sociologist man gay and three months later he got hit by a taxi and died. I think this person enjoys watching people get tortured. My sister is still out there.

I think they want to destroy us. We have gone from having an upper middle class lifestyle to almost lower middle class. I wanted to finish my degree so I can work in a lab and rent out the house my dad and I are living in and purchase a new one. However the attack left me so nervous and destabilized that I was afraid of carrying on due to a repeated attack. I failed my final year and I wanted it to be the best and impress my professors and classmates. I wanted friends in my major and enter into the microbiology community but the attack prevented me from creating the kinds of impressions I wanted to create. I needed a car, the commute is exhausting.

July 28, 2010 at 12:01pm

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Salaam,

There is a Hyderabadi/Hydro Social/Business Network Lunch on Saturday, March 15, 2008 at 2 pm at Handi Restaurant, 631 Lexington Avenue & 28th Street, New York, NY (212-685-2000).

While it is wonderful to have so many Hyderabadis/Hydros in this area, it would be nice to get together for a networking lunch. Depending on the response and interest future events may include speakers and activists interested in Hyderabadi issues.

Any questions, please contact me at subhanalilaw (at) yahoo.com

Subhan

March 11, 2008 at 5:01pm

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3/20/08

Reminder:
Please register soon if you have not done so already.
dashtprofessionalevents.com

***Single Muslim professionals from all over the United States are encouraged to attend!***

The Mughal Era was one of the most fascinating and culturally rich periods of South Asian history. The elegance, grace and exquisite creativity of the Mughal culture permeated every facet of society and brought new perspective to existing culture of the time. Influences from that era persist even today.

With the Mughal theme in mind, Dasht Professional Events has organized a Single Muslim Professionals Matrimonial Event to take place in Central New Jersey on Friday, April 18, 2008. All Muslim professionals (single or divorced) who are looking for that "special someone" for matrimonial purposes are encouraged to attend.

VENUE:
Hilton Garden Inn Edison/Raritan Center
50 Raritan Center Parkway
Edison, NJ 08837
(Longwood Hall)
Visit hiltongardeninn.com for location information and directions.

DATE:
Friday, April 18, 2008

TIME:
6:30PM sharp to 10:30PM

AGE RANGE:
25 to 42

COST:
$95 per person (see dashtprofessionalevents.com for details)

EVENT DRESS CODE: *Semi formal or formal attire required* (see dasprofessionalevents.com for details)

There will be a thorough screening process of candidates prior to the event and unique ideas will be utilized at the event to ensure maximum communication between the sexes. All effort will be made to ensure that you get your money?s worth.

The event will include light ambience music, halal appetizers, instrumental performance, dance performance, Urdu/Farsi poetry reading, live raffle, prizes and more.

You will be required to bring your photo ID to the event. The Organizing Team reserves the right to determine candidate eligibility for this event. The Organizing Team is only responsible for the event cost; you must make your own arrangements if you plan to stay overnight at this or another location. Registration fee strictly covers cost of the event itself and excludes transportation/overnight stay, outfit, etc. All payments (including special discounts and rates) are non-refundable unless the event is cancelled for any reason.

Plan ahead and RSVP soon! Limited seating. RSVP deadline is April 5, 2008.

Please contact matrimonialeventone@yahoo.com if you have questions.

DISCLAIMER AND CODE OF CONDUCT: Participation in this event is strictly on a voluntary basis. Event organizers and representatives are in no way legally responsible for the behavior and actions of event attendees. This is a Muslim singles? matrimonial event and, as such, all attendees are expected to conduct themselves in a professional, courteous and respectful manner. Event organizers and representatives have the authority and reserve the right, at their discretion, to ask any attendee to leave the event if the attendee is disruptive or conducts himself/herself in a manner that is deemed inappropriate; event organizers and representatives will determine what constitutes ?inappropriate? behavior/action. Any contact information exchanged between attendees is the sole responsibility of the attendees; event organizers and representatives are in no way legally responsible for the outcome of any social, professional and/or any type of interpersonal exchanges at or after the event. Event organizers and representatives wish everyone the best and hope that the attendees find their respective matches insh?allah.

February 4, 2008 at 10:05pm

Sophisty

***Make this an EXTRA special event! The more single Muslim professionals at the event, the merrier!***

***Single Muslim professionals from all over the United States are encouraged to attend!***

***This is a unique opportunity to meet your potential soulmate!***

**Over 90% sold out! Please don?t miss your chance to meet your potential soulmate! RSVP now!***

Dasht Professional Events and Services presents:

Mughal-E-Azam: A Night to Remember - April 18, 2008
Single Muslim Professionals Matrimonial Event

Friday, April 18, 2008

Hilton Garden Inn Edison/Raritan Center
50 Raritan Center Parkway
Edison, NJ 08837

6:30PM to 10:30PM

Age range: 25 to 42

Cost: $95 per person

Please visit dashtprofessionalevents.com for complete details including pre-payment information and/or e-mail matrimonialeventone@yahoo.com with questions.

***This is your night to remember! RSVP no later than the evening of April 16, 2008!***
April 14, 2008 at 12:06am

Sophisty

Mughal-E-Azam's epic hit "Pyar Kiya To Darna Kya"...

Check out the magic on YouTube...
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February 4, 2008 at 10:06pm

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For all you single Hyderabadis looking to get hitched join this new group:
www3.naseeb.com

July 6, 2007 at 9:46am

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