Aurangabad


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Aurangabad



Aurangabad is a district of Maharashtra. Due to home to two UNESCO World Heritage Sites, it witnesses a large number of visitors every year. Apart from Ajanta and Ellora caves, it also has monuments such as Bibi ka Maqbara. The climate of Aurangabad is also very pleasant. Because it is surrounded by hills hence, it has a semi-arid climate. It is also a well-connected city which is connected with Maharashtra and across India. Some of the popular attractions in Aurangabad are Ajanta Caves, Ellora Caves, Grishneshwar Jyotirlinga Temple, Panchakki (Water Mill), Daulatabad Fort and Chini Mahal, Himayat Bagh, Kachner Jain Temple, Lonar Crater Lake, Pithalkora Caves to name a few.


     


     

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