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Aurangabad

Aurangabad is an important city in the state of Maharashtra, India. It sees a lot of international tourist traffic due to world heritage sites, Ajanta & Ellora caves. Aurangabad, a dream destination of Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb, founded in 1610, is known today as one of the four important cities in Maharashtra. The city is heading towards rapid industrial growth, but retains its past glory and charms, heritage and traditions. Conspicuously seen on the Deccan plateau, it has a rich culture and a plethora of magnificent arts on display.

19km

19.8875.32

Paithan

Paithan is a Taluka city in Aurangabad District that is part of Marathwada region of Maharashtra state. Paithani is 56 km south of Aurangabad on the banks of Godavari River. It known in the ancient times as 'Pratishthan' was capital city of Satvahan dynasty and major hub of commerce at that time. Paithan is also the birthplace of Sant Eknath - one of the greatest saints of Maharashtra. Great sant Dnyaneshwar made vedamantras to be spoken from the mouth of malebuffalow thereby showing vedas are not soleright of brahmins anybody can go for them.

59km

19.483375.3833
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Ellora Caves

Ancient cave temples of Hinduism, Buddhism and Jainism in Maharashtra, India

2.2km

20.026875.1771

Ellora

Ancient cave temples of Hinduism, Buddhism and Jainism in Maharashtra, India

2.2km

20.026875.1771

Daulatabad Fort

human settlement in Aurangabad District, Aurangabad Division, Maharashtra, India

7.5km

19.94272475.213164

Pitalkhora

ancient caves in India (Maharshtra)

38km

20.31347374.994228

Ajanta Caves

Ancient Buddhist cave monuments in Maharashtra India

80km

20.5533333375.70027778

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Khuldabad

India
Khuldabad is a town 27 km north-west of Aurangabad. It's called the City of Mosques due to the large number of mosques. Here you can find the tomb of the Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb.

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