|Coordinates: Coordinates: 17°21′N 78°29′E / 17.350°N 78.483°E|
|Time zone||UTC+5:30 (IST)|
|Lok Sabha constituency||Hyderabad|
|Vidhan Sabha constituency||Chandrayangutta|
Lal Darwaza (Red Gate) is one of the old suburbs or Inner City in Hyderabad, India.
Lal Darwaza was built in 1907. Prime Minister of Nizam government Maharaja Kishan Pershad started the Bonalu festival from this temple. The Nizam of Hyderabad Mir Mahbub Ali Khan gave donations and land to this and many other temples.
A large red door at the entrance to this suburb was named Lal darwaza (Red Door) during the time of the Nizams.
Bonala Jathara ("Procession" in English) at Lal Darwaza is considered the biggest cultural festival in Telangana.
It is a kilometer from Charminar (1.5 km), Koti (4 km), Afzalgunj (3 km), CBS (Central Bus Station-IMLIBAN) (3 km), Chandrayangutta (1.5 km), Uppuguda (0.5 km) With the surroundings Aliyabad, Chatrinaka, Gowlipura, Rajannabai, Shalibanda.
Earlier a Sufi Dargah with a writing engraved "Pather ki Dargha" ("Stone Mausoleum" in English) was found in Lal Darwaza.
Many shops are present. A movie theater Sudha 70MM; now known as Cinepolis is located there.
Lal Darwaza is connected to other towns by TSRTC buses. A Bus Depot is nearby. The closest MMTS is at Uppuguda.