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...
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The stand-out Aurangabad agency, with excellent city and regional tours and decent car hire at fair rates. Prices for an AC car and up...
Architecturally speaking, the Aurangabad Caves aren’t a patch on Ellora or Ajanta, but they do throw some light on early Buddhist...
Rightly famous for its delicious unlimited Rajasthani and Gujurati thalis, Bhoj is a wonderful place to refuel and relax after a hard...
The garden complex of Panchakki, literally meaning ‘water wheel’, takes its name from the ancient hydromill which, in its day, was considered a marvel of engineering. It’s still in working condition but is today really only of minor interest (unless you’re a hydro-engineer perhaps).
Baba Shah Muzaffar, a Sufi saint and spiritual guide to Aurangzeb, is buried here. His memorial garden, flanked by a series of fish-filled tanks, is at the rear of the complex.