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Q. How much distance of Aurangabad to Bodegaon?

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Q. Site to visit

Surbhi Parashar 1 year ago
You can Vistit Ajanta and Ellora caves, Bibi-ka-maqbara, Daulatabad fort. http://www.holidify.com/places/aurangabad/sightseeing-and-things-to-do.html check this out for more details

Q. How long

Holidify 1 year ago
2 - 4 days should be enough for a visit to Aurangabad, depending on what you want to do when you visit the place.

Q. We need to visit all jyothirlins in Maharashtra from aurangabad

Holidify 5 months ago
You can get the details about all the Jyotirlingas here- http://www.holidify.com/blog/jyotirlingas-in-india/

Q. I want route with tourist visiting places between aurangabad to pune.

Holidify 1 year ago
In Aurangabad, you must visit the Ajanta & Ellora caves, apart from that you can also visit the Bibi-Ka-Maqbara, the Daulatabad Fort, and the Gul Mandi. Check the Places to Visit Tab above for information on visiting Aurangabad. From Aurangabad, you can travel to Shirdi to see the famous Sai Baba temple. From Shirdi, you can spend some time admiring the natural beauty of the Ahmednagar district, followed by which you will reach Pune. In Pune, there are many things to see like the Shaniwar Wada, Osho Ashram, Sinhagad and Khadakwasla. Please refer to the below link on Places to Visit in Pune: https://www.holidify.com/places/pune/sightseeing-and-things-to-do.html
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Surbhi Parashar 1 year ago
Known for its innate historians, World Heritage Sites of Ajanta and Ellora and Grishneshwar Jyotirling, Aurangabad is known for its uproar and instinctive history. Aurangabad was the capital of Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb and is an evident fusion of history and existence. Also an industrial town, Aurangabad is a town as well as district in Maharashtra and was named after the Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb. It serves as a tourist hub with numerous points of interest such as Bibi ka Maqbara, also known as the Mini Taj Mahal. Ajanta and Ellora caves are world renowned cave temples dating back more than 2,000 years and is now part of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Aurangabad is also an important pilgrimage centre for Hindus as the Grishneshwar Jyotirlinga is located just 30 km away from the main town. Apart from showcasing the era of Mughals through its royalty and great architectural work, this place is also beautiful as it has two of the most famous rivers of central India, Godavari & Tapi namely. Aurangabad is also famous for its hand-woven Himroo and Paithani Sarees, its markets and colourful crowded bazaars.
Surbhi Parashar 1 year ago
- Drinking regular water on the streets is a strict no. Always go for purified water.
Sachin Nikam 1 year ago
Worst place to visit. Don't go n waste your time. There is nothing to see. Place is not clean...there are water storage which cause bad smell.

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