Aurang city has good railway communication with all the major trade centers of the country. It is well linked by roads with major cities of Maharashtra. Within the city, there is an intra-city bus service available connecting it to the nearby suburbs. It is famous for Bibi Ka Maqbara which is the burial of Emperor Aurangzeb's wife, also known as "Taj of the Decccan". The travel from Aurangabad to Washim finds only one way, i.e. to hire a private transport till Barsi Takli and then take a train to Washim. The aerial distance between the two is 192kms and the road distance being 218kms. There are no direct flights trains or buses between the two. Washim is a municipal council in Washim district of Maharashtra. It is the district headquarters too. The antiquity of the town has given rise to numerous places of tourist attraction of which the chief are Balaji temple, the two Jain temples, etc. It contains 108 sacred tanks & tirthas. Its station is on Purna-Khandwa section SCR.
Distance between Aurangabad and Washim is and the average travel time is using a cab.
Aurangabad named after Aurangzeb, the Mughal Emperor, is a city in Maharashtra. Aurangabad means Built by the Throne'. Being a tourist hub, the city has many historical monuments of great importance.
Aurangabad is said to be a City of Gates and the strong presence of these can be felt as one drives through the city. Recently, Aurangabad has been declared as Tourism Capital of Maharashtra. It is also one of the fastest growing cities in the world.
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You can reach Washim from Aurangabad by road in about using a cab upon driving using a cab.
Washim is renowned for the religious significance attached to it. This place has a typical Marathi culture. There are numerous temples and water bodies in Washim which attracts the tourists to visit the place. Devotees believe that Tirupati's Lord Balaji comes here for resting after the harvest. Washim known earlier as Vatsagulma was the seat of power during Vakataka dynasty. Washim is also known as Basi, an Arabic name that means the one that smiles. You can board flights to Nanded to reach washim. You can book a cab to roam in the place or reach your destination. Trains are also available itself in the city to reach your destinations. Local transport is also made available by the Government to make ease in the journey.
The most striking feature in the town is the Deo tank, flanked on one side by the temple of Venkateshwara and on another by that of Ramchandra. Padmatirtha, balaji Mandir, Chamula Devi Temple, Jain Mandir, Guru Mandir and shivaji chowk which is dedicated to Chhatrapati Shivaji are some of the most famous places in washim. Hemadpanthi temples and amazing ponds add the beauty to the town. It is found that washim has 108 tirthas, holy places or sacred springs associated with different gods and rishis. The padmatirtha is assumed to be one of the chief tirthas erected by Vishnu. There are many more temples belonging to different religions in Washim. Visit the temples to find the peace among you