Aurangabad, meaning "Built by the Throne", named after Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb) is a city in Maharashtra, India. The city is a tourist hub, surrounded with many historical monuments including the Ajanta and Ellora World heritage sites, and is the administrative headquarters of the Aurangabad Division, or Marathwada region. Aurangabad is said to be a 'City of Gates' as one can not miss the strong presence of these as one drives through the city.
There is evidence to believe that Aurangabad was developed as a trading hub four centuries ago. It lies on a major trade route that used to connect north-west India's sea and land ports to the Deccan region. Pharmaceuticals, steel recycling, auto parts manufacturing, and beverage production (soft drinks and beer in particular) are major industries.
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• Bani Begum Garden
• Siddharth garden
• Ghrishneshwar temple
• Jaikwadi Dam
• The famous Ajanta Caves built during the period of 200 B.C. and 650 A.D.
• The Ellora Caves built during the period of 350 AD to 700 AD.
• The Aurangabad Caves crafted from soft rock during the 6th and 7th century.
• Purwar Museum
• Chatrapati Shivaji Museum
• Sunheri Mahal
• Killa Arak
• Jama Masjid
• Shah Ganj Masjid