Pitalkhora caves are located at around 25 kms from the Kannad, in the state of Maharashtra, India. Near to Aurangabad, they are situated on the Aurangabad-Chalisgaon road. Even though not much popular, these caves possess very beautiful architectural rock-cut architecture. There are total 14 Buddhist caves at this place finding their root back in the 2nd century BC.
Located at about 107 kms from the Aurangabad, Ajanta caves are one of the famous caves in the Maharashtra, India and visited by the tourists every year; all over the world. Beautiful rock-cut caves make visitors feel amazed about how they were made without any advanced technology that time.
Situated at about 30 kms from Aurangabad, Eoolra caves are also considered as one of the prime attractions to the tourists. Ellora caves contain 34 beautiful rock-cut temples. In monsoons and winter, the climate at this place is pleasant.
Bani Begum Bagh:
Bani Begum Bagh is a beautiful garden and was created by the grandson of Aurangzeb in the memory of his wide, Bani Begum. The place is quite calm and peaceful and lets you relax on your trip. The garden is located at 24 kms from Aurangabad.
Grishneshwar temple is located at about 30 kms from Aurangabad and is one of the big and best Hindu temples. It is the oldest jyotirlinga.
Khuldabad is a holy shrine for muslims. It feels really wonderful when one visits this place. Awesome climate adds up beauty to this place. The place is surrounded by mountains and hence gives a beautiful view. There are many ancient buildings built by Aurangzeb at this place.
Bibi Ka Maqbara:
Bibi ka Maqbara is situated at around 5 kms from Aurangabad and this Maqbara was built by Aurangazeb’s son, Prince Azam. He built this monument in the memory of his mother Begum Rabia Durani. Visitors call this monument as the replica of Tajmahal.
Daulatabad fort is a worth visiting place nearby which is situated at about 20 kms from the Aurangabad. The fort was constructed by Raja Bhillamraj; also known as Devgiri. Daulatabad fort is a beautiful architecture.
This is a watermill having its roots back in the pre-mughal period. This was used to operate large grinding stones.