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Guide to Aurangabad City Everything You Need To Know

BIBI KA MAQBARA AURANGABAD GUIDE TO AURANGABAD CITY

About Aurangabad:

which was announced by the Government as the Tourism Capital of Maharashtra in 2010, is a renowned traveller centre which welcomes its guests with a luxuriously woven embroidered artwork of sights and sounds. From UNESCO World Heritage Sites to clamouring markets overflowing with fragile silk things and impeccable hand-woven articles of clothing, Aurangabad guarantees all voyagers an energizing occasion involvement. History buffs will be eager to realize that Aurangabad has a considerable amount of history joined to it. The city used to be the capital of the Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb, which is the manner by which it inferred its present name of ‘Aurangabad’. While the city is quickly heading towards modern development and globalization, regardless it holds the vast majority of its past transcendence, legacy, charms and customs. A position of history, culture, and mysticism, Aurangabad offers to a developing number of explorers and sightseers hoping to get more out of their excursion in India. Named after Aurangzeb, a Mughal ruler who made the city his capital for a concise period toward the finish of the seventeenth century and its scholarly importance is built by the Throne. Settled on the banks of the Kham River, Aurangabad is one of the illustrious urban communities of the territory of Maharashtra. Aurangabad highlights a diffusing of intriguing and noteworthy landmarks going back to that period.

The city is an ideal mix of chronicled and social background. Wandering in and around the city, you will discover numerous authentic landmarks.

Most travellers travel to Aurangabad for an opportunity to see two arrangements of UNESCO-recorded holes, containing sanctuaries, relics, and places of worship going back to 200 BC Aurangabad is genuinely a great place to hang-out with your family and companions.

This city fascinated me because of rich culture and historical monuments influence in the Aurangabad city, what surprised me this city has too many tourist attraction places mentioned above with two UNESCO sites.

The most renowned vacation spot of Aurangabad

is the Ajanta and Ellora Caves. Proclaimed a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, the Ajanta Caves is home to 29 distinct holes, all of which feature Buddhist work of art having a place with the period running from 200 B.C to 650 A.D. All sketches and models in the caverns were built meticulously by Buddhist priests utilizing just basic instruments, for example, etches and pounds. These canvases and models depict a changed scope of stories, beginning from the Jataka Tales to captivating records of antiquated sprites and princesses. The Ellora Caves, a little separation far from the Ajanta Caves, houses a sum of 34 gives in and has figures and artworks delineating not one, but rather three distinct religions – Hinduism, Buddhism and Jainism. The sheer assorted variety of the models, the compositional ability, and the era of diligent work embraced by craftsmen are sufficient to abandon you dumbfounded.

The sole outstanding case of Mughal engineering in this piece of the nation, Bibi ka Maqbara is a tomb committed to Rabia-ul-Daurani, spouse of Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb. Planned by the Persian planner Ustad-Ata-Ullah, Bibi ka Maqbara has a structure like that of the TajMahal, with the principle structure circumscribed by four transcending minarets on four sides. The whole building is an incredible sight, and dawns and dusks are radiant, with the beams of the sun delightfully throwing the impression of the sepulchre on the water of the channel before the building.

Aurangabad also has the Jyothirlinga Grishneshwar sanctuary and the Bhadra Maruti Temple.

Siddhartha Garden is a place that all nature sweethearts will be hypnotized by. An arranged garden lodging a wide assortment of etched trees and bushes, the Siddhartha Garden is likewise home to wild animals, for example, lions, tigers, panthers, deer, and hyena. Sitting back on the green yards of the garden and getting a charge out of a wonderful cookout is an extremely prominent traveller movement.

Special dishes in Aurangabad

The recent Mughal capital has held a large portion of its conventional Tughlaq and Mughlai food, with Tandoors and Kebabs being

Neighbourhood staples that you will discover at relatively every roadside diner.

What to buy for mix memorabilia.

Known for its specialities and creates, and particularly its silk, Aurangabad has a lot of business sectors from where you can purchase different nearby painstaking work, outlandish pearls, shawls, and obviously, the area’s celebrated Paithani silk sarees.

How to Reach by Road

Aurangabad is all around associated with Mumbai, Pune, Nashik and Nagpur by street. The legislature of Maharashtra runs normal AC transports from Mumbai and Pune to Aurangabad, and there are additionally numerous private transport administrators. Sleeper transports likewise normally employ on this course. Taxicabs are accessible from every single close-by city and can be set up for the spot at sensible costs. Heading to Aurangabad is likewise helpful as a result of the great nature of streets, and right now, National Highway 211 and 160 interfaces it to generally urban communities. Another Nagpur-Aurangabad-Mumbai express thruway is being created to take into account the expanding number of travellers.

 

How to Reach via Train

Aurangabad falls in the South-Central Zone of Indian Railways and is very much associated with Mumbai, Ahmadabad, Hyderabad, Bhopal, Pune, Nagpur and Shirdi by rail.

By Air: Aurangabad airport is about 5.5 km from Aurangabad city connected to many states like Mumbai, Delhi & Hyderabad.

 

Nearby Transport.

Aurangabad has a decent transport framework with intra-city transports, autorickshaws and taxis. In any case, the most helpful method for driving inside Aurangabad is employing a metered-auto rickshaw or a taxi.

Oct-Mar is the best time to visit.

Winter is the best time to visit Aurangabad in order to maintain a strategic distance from the sun and the warmth. Amid winters, the temperature is lovely and air clear making it an extremely charming background. Since a large portion of the vacation spots in this city is outside, it is best to stay away from the storms as this may extremely limit your exercises.

Climate.

In summer (March – June)

In Aurangabad, summers last from March to June, and it can get sweltering amid this time. Every year, the temperature ascends to around 43 degrees Celsius and warm waves and in addition, hot breezes are normal. Visitors are prescribed to stay away from this season for the most part in view of the absence of accessibility of water.

 

 

 

  Monsoon (July – September)

On a normal, the monsoon starts from July to September and temperature is in the scope of 20 to 25 degrees Celsius. This city gets around 700 mm of precipitation yearly.

 

 winter (December – February)

December to February is the winter a very long time in this locale, and the atmosphere is most appropriate for tourism amid this time. The temperature extends somewhere in the range of 10 and 25 degrees Celsius and the climate is dry. A cool wind is regular amid the nights yet since this is the busiest season in the event that you intend to go amid the winter, book well ahead of time. In any case, since this is the most prevalent visitor season, be set up for occupied shorelines and completely reserved lodgings.

 

Things to see.

  1. BIBI-Ka –MAQBARA.
  2. Ellora Caves (verul)
  3. Ghrishneshawar temple one of 12 Jyotirlingas of Lord Shiva.
  4. Ajanta Caves located 107 km from Aurangabad.
  5. Aurangabad Caves.
  6. Deogiri Fort Daulatabad.
  7. JayakwadiDam.
  8. Soneri Mahal.
  9. 52 Gates.
  10. Sidharth Garden zoo.
  11. ShrimantChhatrapatiShivajiMaharaj Museum.
  12. Gautala Wildlife Sanctuary.
  13. Pitalkhora Caves.
  14. Bhadra Maruti Temple.
  15. Bani Begum Garden.
  16. Tomb Of Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb.

 

 

 OFF ROAD TOURS

Some off-road trip nearby Aurangabad

  • Gogababa Hill.
  • Mahismal Hill.
  • Bhangasi Mata Hill.
  • Hanuman Tekdi to Khadkyaa Hill.
  • Salim Aalim Lake.
  • Shuli Bhanjan Hill.

 

 

 Aurangabad Events & Festivals.

In Aurangabad many religions people live so here all the festivals celebrate by citizen local & national festivals like.

Holi,

Dahi-Handi,

Ganpati festivals.

Eid.

Kite festival.

Local festivals: Sagar festival (BULL Running Fstival)

Major Events:

  1. Ajanta & Ellora festival held in Aurangabad.
  2. Karnapura Fair.

 

What to carry with you during visiting the city.

Carry the face mask it helping to protect your face.

 

Tourist helpline no: (0240) 2240500

 

pital khora cave Aurangabad

Pitalkhora Cave CC Vijay Nayak

 

 

Soneri Mahel guide to 'Aurangabad' city

Soneri Mahel CC Vijay Nayak

 

  • BIBI KA MAQBARA SOME VIEW

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10 Comments

Dhiraj Tapadiya · August 25, 2018 at 8:04 pm

Best

Shreyans Jain · August 25, 2018 at 10:04 pm

You can give the full information about abad tourism .
You covered all the places and stations where we can go for trip. ❤️

    aditya · August 26, 2018 at 2:47 pm

    yes bro stay tuned

Vinayak · August 25, 2018 at 10:12 pm

Great information ..use it and explore the world heritage site..

Bhushan Mugdiya · August 25, 2018 at 10:50 pm

Good job bro keep it up n this all information will be helpfull to all visitors

Dr Sunil Nimbhore · August 28, 2018 at 6:43 pm

Your work us good n digitizer tour information about city is very nicely done so the best wishes for your bright future

Ganesh · August 28, 2018 at 8:05 pm

Well done bro..

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