The garden complex of Panchakki, literally meaning ‘water wheel’, takes its name from the hydro-mill which, in its day, was considered a...
Built by Aurangzeb’s son Azam Khan in 1679 as a mausoleum for his mother Rabia-ud-Daurani, Bibi-qa-Maqbara is widely known as the ‘poor...
This simple museum is dedicated to the life of the Maratha hero, Shivaji. Its collection includes a 500-year-old chain-mail suit and a...
Adjacent to Hotel Nandanvan, this busy pure-veg restaurant is a smart glass-and-chrome place where you can sit back after a long day out...
Lonely Planet review
Offering fine tandoori dishes and flavoursome North Indian veg and non-veg options in a weirdly Pharaonic atmosphere, Tandoor is one of Aurangabad’s top stand-alone restaurants. A few Chinese dishes are also on offer, but patrons clearly prefer the dishes coming out of, well, the tandoor.