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Ajanta Caves, Aurangabad
Ajanta Caves, Aurangabad
Rank 1
Ranked 1 of 35
Places to Visit in Aurangabad
  • Type: Cave
The Ajanta Caves showcase the Buddhist stories of the period between 200 B.C. and 650 A.D. This group of caves was discovered by few British Officers, who went for a tiger hunt in the site. There are 29 caves in Ajanta, constructed by some Buddhist monks, using tools like chisel and... Read More »
Bibi Ka Maqbara, Aurangabad
Rank 2
Ranked 2 of 35
Places to Visit in Aurangabad
  • Type: Monument
  • Entry: Paid
The Bibi ka Maqbara, the sole illustration of the Mughal architecture in the Deccan Plateau was built in the model of Taj Mahal. The creator of this tomb was the son of Aurangzeb, who built it to pay homage to his mother Begum Rabia Durani. Timing: Sunrise to 10:00 pm Admission fees:... Read More »
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Jama Masjid, Aurangabad
Jama Masjid, Aurangabad
Rank 3
Ranked 3 of 35
Places to Visit in Aurangabad
  • Type: Mosque
The Jama Masjid can be found near the Killa Arrak. Five rows of ten polygonal pillars are connected by a system of arches. This separates the building into twenty-seven equal compartments. Each of these compartments is covered by a small dome-shaped vault bearing exquisitely simple designs. Five... Read More »
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The Ellora Caves, Aurangabad
The Ellora Caves, Aurangabad
Rank 4
Ranked 4 of 35
Places to Visit in Aurangabad
  • Type: Cave
The Ellora Caves were built during the period of 350 AD to 700 AD. It presents structures with the three faiths of Hinduism, Jainism and Buddhism. The 34 caves of Ellora are situated at a distance of 29 km from Aurangabad. The interiors of these cave temples are rich in facades and sculptures.... Read More »
Daulatabad Fort, Aurangabad
Rank 5
Ranked 5 of 35
Places to Visit in Aurangabad
  • Type: Fort
  • Entry: Paid
Daulatabad, formerly known as Devgiri, is located 13 km from Aurangabad. Also known as the city of fortune, it features a 12th century fortress located at the top of a hill. The fortress displays a strong wall of 5 km and a series of ramparts. Admission fees: Rs. 10   Read More »
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Aurangabad Caves, Aurangabad
Aurangabad Caves, Aurangabad
Rank 6
Ranked 6 of 35
Places to Visit in Aurangabad
  • Type: Cave
  • Entry: Paid
The Aurangabad Caves were crafted from soft rock during the 6th and 7th century. These ten caves are separated into two different locations, the Western Group Caves and Eastern Group Caves, which are located 1 km apart. The imagery is crafted by Tantric Hinduism. These caves sport a variety of... Read More »
Jain Temple, Aurangabad
Rank 7
Ranked 7 of 35
Places to Visit in Aurangabad
  • Type: Temple
The Jain temple is located at Kachner village, near Aurangabad. Placed at a distance of around 37 km from Aurangabad this place is famous for the Chintamani Parshvanath installed inside the temple. This beautiful idol was discovered at an underground basement around 250 years ago. It is... Read More »
Bhadra Maruti, Aurangabad
Rank 8
Ranked 8 of 35
Places to Visit in Aurangabad
  • Type: Temple
Bhadra Maruti Temple is a well-known temple dedicated to Lord Hanuman located at Khuldabad, near Aurangabad. The idol of Hanuman here is in a sleeping posture. It is one of the only three temples where you will find Hanuman in a sleeping posture It is said that the ruler of the region Bhadrasena,... Read More »
Grishneshwar Jyotirlinga Temple, Aurangabad
Rank 9
Ranked 9 of 35
Places to Visit in Aurangabad
  • Type: Temple
Grishneshwar Jyotirlinga located near Daulatabad in Aurangabad. The shrine is important because it is believed to be the last Jyotirlinga temple on the earth. This is a must see destination for devotees of Shiva. A pilgrim site that can be visited by all in the family, this temple attracts... Read More »
Bani Begum Garden, Aurangabad
Rank 10
Ranked 10 of 35
Places to Visit in Aurangabad
  • Type: Garden
  • Entry: Paid
Bani Begum Garden is a panoramic garden located 24 km from Aurangabad. The garden is known for its lush green surroundings and comfortable atmosphere. The garden got its name from the tomb of Bani Begum, wife of Aurangzeb's son, which is found in middle of this garden. Fountains, fluted pillars... Read More »
Siddharth Garden, Aurangabad
Rank 11
Ranked 11 of 35
Places to Visit in Aurangabad
  • Type: Garden
  • Entry: Paid
Siddharth garden is a landscaped garden, featuring variety of shrubs and trees.  The garden also has a small aquarium, though the major attraction of the tourist is the Siddharth Garden Zoo. The zoo is the abode of a number of wild animals like tigers, lions, leopards, Civet cats, snakes... Read More »
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Ghrishneshwar temple, Aurangabad
Rank 12
Ranked 12 of 35
Places to Visit in Aurangabad
  • Type: Temple
Ghrishneshwar temple is a 18th century architecture located a kilometre away from the Ellora Caves and lies at a distance of 30 km from the city of Aurangabad. This temple is considered as a major one of the five sites of Jyotirlinga located in Maharashtra, the worshipping place of Lord Shiva.... Read More »
Shah Ganj Masjid, Aurangabad
Rank 13
Ranked 13 of 35
Places to Visit in Aurangabad
  • Type: Mosque
The Shah Ganj Masjid is one of the most stunning structures seen in all of India with its amazing architectural style of the Indo-Saracen. The mosque is seated on an elevated platform with shops on three of its outer sides. The fourth side is open and can be climbed via a flight of stairs. It has... Read More »
Dargah of Pir Ismail, Aurangabad
Rank 14
Ranked 14 of 35
Places to Visit in Aurangabad
  • Type: Dargah
The Dargah of Pir Ismail is a memorial to Prince Aurangzeb's tutor, Pir Ismail. The garden in the Dargah consists of many destroyed water tanks and fountains. The gate is regal in its form and it has a large pointed archway, which forms a sort of portico. The original entrance is through a small... Read More »
Khuldabad, Aurangabad
Rank 15
Ranked 15 of 35
Places to Visit in Aurangabad
  • Type: Religious Place
Khuldabad is a historical city that lies at a distance of about 27 km from Aurangabad. Khuldabad is popularly known as the Valley of Saints or Heavenly Abode as many Sufi saints chose to live and die here in the 14th century. Along with the tombs of the Sufi saints Zar Zari Zar Baksh, Shaikh... Read More »
Gul Mandi, Aurangabad
Rank 16
Ranked 16 of 35
Places to Visit in Aurangabad
  • Type: Market
Khuldabad is a historical city that lies at a distance of about 27 km from Aurangabad. Khuldabad is popularly known as the Valley of Saints or Heavenly Abode as many Sufi saints chose to live and die here in the 14th century. Along with the tombs of the Sufi saints Zar Zari Zar Baksh, Shaikh... Read More »
Purwar Museum, Aurangabad
Rank 17
Ranked 17 of 35
Places to Visit in Aurangabad
  • Type: Museum
  • Entry: Paid
The Purwar Museum, located on Safara Road, is a small museum that is housed in an awesome old haveli. The museum hosts exquisite collections gifted from a retired doctor. The personal collections of Doctor Purwar have been on display since 1970. Within the museum is a 500-year-old chain maul... Read More »
Panchakki (Water Mill), Aurangabad
Rank 18
Ranked 18 of 35
Places to Visit in Aurangabad
  • Type: Offbeat Attraction
The Panchakki Water Mill is also called as Nehar-e-Panchakki. Located at Aurangabad, it was built in the early years of the 17th century by Baba Shah Musafir. Panchakki is one of the few places that are calm and peaceful in Aurangabad which helps to visualize the life that existed during the... Read More »
Chini Mahal, Aurangabad
Rank 19
Ranked 19 of 35
Places to Visit in Aurangabad
  • Type: Mansion
Chini Mahal is a double storied castle situated inside the Daulatabad Fort complex. Located at a distance of 16 km from Aurangabad, Chini Mahal served as the royal prison and held many of the royal captives of Emperor Aurangzeb. Also known as China Palace, Chini Mahal was once a beautiful mansion... Read More »
Killa Arak, Aurangabad
Rank 20
Ranked 20 of 35
Places to Visit in Aurangabad
  • Type: Palace
In 1692, Aurangzeb ordered a palace to be built. This palace became known as the Killa Arak. The palace has not survived in its original form leaving only ruins, and these can be found from Delhi to Mecca gate. The Killa Arak had four entrances and a Nakarkhana for musicians. The Dabar hall and... Read More »
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