Maula-Ali is a suburb of Hyderabad, India located at about 10 km from Secunderabad. It is famous for Moula Ali hill on top of which a famous mosque (Moulali Darga) dedicated to Ali was built probably during era of Asif Jahi. The Moula Ali Dargah is one of the 11 heritage sites identified by “Heritage conservation committee” of HUDA. Maula-Ali is largely rocky with undulating terrain. However, presently it has become a major commercial hub. There is another hillock opposite the Moula Ali Hill, called "Qadam -e- Rasul" on which the sacred relices of the prophet were supposedly deposited by Mohammad Shakrullah Rahan a servant of Asaf Jahi. In addition to various mosques, Moula Ali also has lots of temples dedicated to Hindu Gods & Goddesses.
Moulali is well-connected by the buses, TSRTC, which ply on two routes covering most of the area. Kushaiguda bus depot is located adjacent to Moulali. There is a railway station around 2 km from the centre of Moula-Ali, it the first station encountered while travelling from Secunderabad. However most of the major trains do not have a stop here. The nearest MMTS Train station is at Safilguda Railway Station.
The 250 year old Moula Ali Kaman was declared unsafe by Archeology Department and the Roads and Buildings Department has decided not to allow traffic through the decades-old Moulali Kaman and were diverted through APHB Colony. Moula Ali Kaman was restored and the traffic has been open around 2013 but not for the heavy vehicles Moulali is 55 km from Hyderabad International Airport.
5 km distance to Tarnaka and OU Campus Metro station (upcoming 2014)