Trimulgherry is a cantonment area which comes under Secunderabad Cantonment Board and it houses some elegant buildings built during the British era. Trimulgherry has many important landmarks. It has an old British Jail, a Medical college. Close by is a small lake known as the Hasmathpet Lake.
There is an RTA office which serves entire Secunderabad Region (AP 10)
The Function Halls in this area are Samala Malla Reddy, Jayalaxmi Gardens (SMR Jayalaxmi Gardens), Teachers CO-Operative Society Community Hall (Teachers Colony), Anubhav Gardens (Hanuman Temple near RTA), Jooluri Vajramma Kalyana Mandapam (now being broken down to make way for something else), Modern Function Plaza (Lalbazar), Leela Gardens (Near Teachers Colony), Mahatma Gandhi Community Hall (Main Rd Lalbazar)
The notable schools in this area are Sherwood Public School, St Andrews School, St Josephs High School, Holy Family Girls High School, Kendriya Vidyalaya. The Colleges include St Josephs Junior College, Ken Degree College, Little Flower Junior and Degree College.
The Rajiv Rahadari (Highway) which connects Secunderabd to the northern Telangana districts of Andhra Pradesh passes through this suburb. National Highway 7 (NH7) is 4 km from this suburb. There is a link road that connects NH 7 to ECIL 'X' Roads and further and it passes through this suburb. The closest MMTS Train station is at Secunderabad, 3 km away. There are 4 petrol stations, 2 of these are located right on Trimulgherry 'X' Roads, one opposite to Hanuman Temple near RTA office and one is located close to Teachers Colony/Subash Nagar.
Colonies around Trimulgherry
Teachers Colony, Indian Airlines Colony, Surya Enclave, A.W.H.O Ved Vihar,Durgavihar Colony, Vasavi Nagar, SBH Colony, RTC Colony, IOB Colony, Ravi Colony, Sardar Patel Colony, Chandragiri Colony, P&T Colony, Aruna Enclave, Park View Enclave, Sri Nagar Colony, Laxmi Narayan Colony, Bank Colony, Jupiter Colony, Kanajiguda, Indira Nagar, Greenfields Colony, Mansarovar Heights, Subash Nagar, Yadamma Nagar, Gunrock, Pedda Kamela, Chinna Kamela.
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