Among the fastest-growing suburbs of Hyderabad
lies in the Qutubullapur Mandal
area of the Rangareddy district.
During the Nizams rule, Kompally
was named after Kohanuddin who was the jagirdar of the village. With the passage of time, people renamed the place to Khompally from Kohanuddin. A small village on the outskirts of Hyderabad
, it was famous for its vineyards, poultry farms and farmhouses. Later on, with the boom of residential real estate, it became a municipal corporation under the Greater Hyderabad
Municipal Corporation (GHMC).
One can reach Kompally
via 6-Lane and National Highway
7 towards Nagpur
. The famous Basar-Saraswati temple is a 4-hour drive from here. Bolarum
and G Pochampalli Railway Stations are the nearest stations. For air connectivity, Rajiv Gandhi airport is 38km away.
The place has undergone drastic development in the property and real estate sector. The main colonies are Royal Meadows near to Cine Planet with prime villas, Saket Bhu-Sattva, Armsburg, Prajay Jamuna Gruhatara Apartments, NCL North Avenue and many more.
has incorporated countless interesting facts associated with social infrastructure development. Firstly, several engineering colleges are located around the place like Malla Reddy Group of Institutions, Narsimha Reddy Engineering College, and Institute of Aeronautical Research and Institute.
Secondly, it has many hospitals and medicals centers like Aashritha Hospital, Surekha Multi Specialty Hospital, Balaji Hospital and RR Hospital. Lastly, Kompally
is home to a large number of popular banks like IndusInd Bank, Andhra Bank, State Bank of India, Punjab National Bank and Bank of India.
On the other hand, shopping centers are doing a brisk business here. BigBazar, Vensai Tower, Suchitra
Center in the suburb are good commercial spots.