Bibi Ka Maqbara 1/13 by Tripoto
Arond the year
All Days 8:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Historical culture, photography
INR 10/person (Indians), INR 250/person (Foreigner)
September - May
Families, Couples
4 out of 48 attractions in Aurangabad

Bibi Ka Maqbara

The Bibi Ka Maqbara is just a maqbara positioned in Aurangabad, Maharashtra, India. It had been developed by Azam Shah, boy of Aurangzeb, in 1678 in storage of his mother, Dilras Banu Begum.
Nishant Shankar
Bibi Ka Maqbara is a not as breathtaking as the Taj Mahal, which it inevitably draws comparison from. Neverthless, it is worth a visit!
Muktadhara Ray
The most beautiful monument of Aurangabad according to me. Bibi ka Maqbara is an exact replica of the Taj Mahal. This is the tomb of Aurangzeb's wife built by her son. The place is open till 10 pm at night but unfortunately there is minimum light in the compound. However, it was a full moon night and the monument shone brilliantly. This should definitely be visited in the morning.
Shetty Raksha
The tomb of Rabia Durani, wife of Emperor Aurangazeb is an excellent example of Persian architecture. It is reminiscent of the Taj Mahal though less ornamental.
Kunal Dwivedi
Debabrata Nayak
Would you believe if one were to tell you that India is the proud home of not one but two Taj Mahals? Probably not! But it is a fact that a monument identical to the Taj stands in Aurangabad in Maharashtra and it is lovingly called the Mini Taj of the Deccan. The monument is Bibi Ka Maqbara built by Aurangzeb’s son, Azam Shah, in 1660 as a loving tribute to his mother, Dilras Bano Begam. Interestingly, while the Begum nestles in the magnificent structure, the austere Moghal emperor chose to be laid in and commemorated with touching simplicity. Aurangzeb’s tomb is also in Aurangabad at Khuldabad en route Daulatabad Fort. It is a simple latticed enclosure with whitewashed walls, a small marble railing, erected 200 years later, and a tomb marked by the white cotton sheet spread over it to delimit the modesty of his desires.