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Maharashtra  >>  Geography   >>  Festivals  >>  People & Cultures   >>    Map of Maharashtra  >>    Mumbai   >>   Aurangabad


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 Ajanta and Ellora World heritage sites. This district center is the administrative headquarter of Aurangabad Division, or Marathwada region.

Aurangabad contributes one seat to the Lok Sabha. The seat is currently held by Mr. Chandrakant Khaire, MP of the Shiv Sena party. And Two seats for Assembly, Aurangabad West (Cogress I) and Aurangabad East (National Congress Party).
Judiciary Aurangabad is a bench of the Bombay High Court. Which is situated on Jalna Road, Aurangabad .(Ref:more information look at High Courts of India, Bombay High Court) There is also District and Sessions Court At Aurangabad. There is also Civil Judge Junior Division (CJSD) & CJ senior Division(CJSD). The Aurangabad District & sessions Court, is more than 100 years old.
Major Areas of Aurangabad City 
Aurangabad Hotels

  • Jubilee Park
  • Osmanpura
  • Roshan Gate
  • Begum Pura
  • Town Hall
  • Rauza Buagh
  • Himayat Buagh
  • Kat Kat Gate
  • Paithan Gate
  • Kirad Pura
  • Baiji Pura
  • Buddi Lane and Juna Bazar
  • Kadhkeshwar
  • CIDCO city Region
  • Garkheda
  • Jawahar Colony
  • Chikhaltana
  • Samarthnagar
  • Jyotinagar
  • Aurangpura & Nirala Bazaar
  • Shah Ganj
  • Cheli Pura
  • Lota Karanja
  • Moti Karanja
  • Gulmandi
  • Mondha
  • Saadat Nagar
  • Shah Bazar
  • Raja Bazar
  • Garkheda Parisar
  • Shah Noor Miyan Darghah
  • Shivaji Nagar
  • Satara Parisar
  • Bajaj Nagar & Waluj
  • Shendra MIDC
  • Pandharpur & Chitegaon MIDC
  • Kanchan Wadi
  • Mukund Wadi
  • Nakshatra Wadi
  • HUDCO & Harsul
  • Silk Mills

Tourist attractions

Besides world heritage monuments of
Ajanta Caves, Ellora Caves, city also offers the Aurangabad Caves, Pithalkhora Caves, Paithan, Daulatabad (Deogiri Fort) and Bibi-Ka-Maqbara as the district is rich in monuments, historical and religious, of National importance. Hence, it deserves the epithet as Tourist District of India.

Malik Ambar or Malik Anbar (1549-1626) was an Ethiopian born in Harar, sold as a child by his parents due to poverty who would eventually come to rule large portions of India. He eventually arrived in India, where he was educated and given opportunities, but he remained a slave. Nevertheless in time he created an independent army that had up to 1500 men. This army resided in the Deccan region and was hired by many local kings. He also founded the city of Aurangabad Maharashtra[1] on the site of a previous village. He eventually rose to become a very popular Prime Minister of Ahmadnagar, showing his administrative acumen in various fields.


There was a village named Kirki (Khadki) where the city stands today. According to sme historians, the city was founded in 1610 by Malik Ambar. Malik Ambar was the Prime Minister of Murtaza Nizam Shah II of Ahmednagar, the then ruler of the Deccan (central parts of Southern India). It is widely believed that city took shape between 1604 and 1610 under Malik Ambar's rule. Initially, it was named Fatehpura (city of Victory), probably after Malik's son Fateh Khan.

Textiles, embroidered finery and various kinds of beads made in nearby Paithan were exported to the markets of Greece, Rome and Egypt.

In 1634, Aurangzeb was sent to Kirki as Governor of Deccan. In 1644, he moved to Agra to play an active role in Mughal politics.

In 1681, the city again became the residence of Aurangzeb, who had now become Mughal Emperor. He used the city as a base for his campaigns to conquer the last remaining Deccan sultanates until his death in 1707 AD. The modern name of the city was probably taken during his period. Aurangzeb's tomb is situated at Khultabad, a small town near the city.


Ajanta stone engraved sculpture and paintings Caves. A world heritage monument.
Ajanta Visitor Center Under construction, Located at T Junction Fardapur: Designed as a tribute to the Ajanta Caves, AVC would consist of four cave replicas (1,2,16 1nd 17). Static, electronic and interactive museums would orient, guide and create a virtually real experience for the visitors to understand the original paintings and stories. Ambience of the Center (almost hidden in the rocky terrain) would simulate a sense of discovery to the visitors, especially children.
Ellora stone engraved sculptures. A world heritage monument.
Daulatabad Fort
The Bibi Ka Maqbara. A replica of the Taj Mahal


Salim Ali Lake at Dilli Gate named after Dr. Salim Ali

Mhaismal hills

Lonar - a natural lake formed by meteorite impact (Near Mehekar) - 150 km from Aurangabad
Sant Dnyaneshwar garden, Paithan
Jayakwadi dam bird sanctuary: home for migratory birds from Siberia
Gautala wildlife park and bird sanctury
Siddarth Garden

Religious places
Aurangabad is a religious place and according to sufism concepts Aurangabad and Khuldabad are the centers for Islamic Education and Dargah Places.Many Sufis used to stay in Khuldabad for prayers before few centuries.
Ghrishneshwar A Hindu shiva Temple. One of the 12 Jyotirlinga shrines. Bhadra Maruti Temple.

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