Aurangabad is a city in Maharashtra named after Mughal emperor Aurangzeb and it is one of the historically acclaimed cities of the world. This is a city of splendid attraction and from here, one can move to the famous Ajanta and Ellora caves. Both these caves are in the list of UNESCO world heritage sites. It is also referred as the city of the gates and is also the tourism capital of Maharashtra. The city was founded in the year 1610. One of the splendid tourist attractions in this part of the world is Bibi ka Makbara. This is the tomb where the wife of emperor Aurangzeb was buried. It is a small reflection of Taj Mahal, the monument of love made by his father.
Move a distance of 15 km from Aurangabad and you will find the famous Daulatabad fort. It was constructed in 12th century by Yadava dynasty. One of the special things about this fort is that it was never invaded by a military force. The Buddhist caves of Ajanta and Ellora are one of the splendid Buddhist attractions of the world and these are in the list of UNESCO world heritage sites. You can also visit Aurangabad caves and these are located on a hill. These are in three separate groups. These caves are at a less distance to the Dr BR Ambedkar Marathwada University.
The tomb of Aurangzeb is also located in this part of the world. It is located in Khuldabad. Being in Aurangabad can be a dream moment in life.