The capital of Andhra Pradesh, Hyderabad is a bustling 400-year-old metropolis with an urban population of approximately 6 million people. The fifth largest cosmopolitan city in India, Hyderabad is rich in culture, history and industrial growth. It is unique in being one of the few cities in India where tradition and technology co-exist. With a dynamic leadership, the state is steering the nation to new dimensions in the fields of Information Technology, Biotechnology, Pharmaceuticals, and Business Management to emerge as a city of immense business opportunities. Well known for its crowded bazaars, Hyderabad is surrounded by huge and impressive Islamic monuments. The extensive ruins of Qutab Shahi tombs and its nearby tombs are a major attraction while Charminar, the huge triumphal arc, is one of the most famous landmarks of the city. Next to Charminar lies the Mecca Masjid, arguably the world's largest mosque. Other tourist attractions well worth a visit include Falaknuma Palace, Golconda Fort, Salar Jung Museum, Nehru Zoo, the Public Gardens of Hyderabad and Ramoji Film City, the world’s biggest film studio complex.