Daulatabad Tourism & Travel Guide

Also known as "the 14th century fort city of Maharashtra", Daulatabad is located in the Aurangabad district of Maharashtra. The Daulatabad Fort is the main attraction here. This hill fort stands on a conical hill as a symbol of strength and power in the vicinity of Daulatabad. Many stories relating to the Tughlaq dynasty turn Daulatabad into an occult place for tourists. This city also offers beautiful scenic views to travellers. The city is of utmost importance to people who are interested in world history. The Chand Minar, Chini Mahal and the Mughal Palace also other tourist attractions here. Daulatabad is a perfect one-day getaway for art and history lovers.
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It was time to say good bye to the fort and the history of Daulatabad....

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Devagiri/ Daulatabad Fort is open sunrise to sunset....

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Daulatabad
It stands on a 200mt high hill and the only way to access the fort is through a narrow bridge and the fort is built very strategically, it is located in Daulatabad in the Aurangabad district.
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Daulatabad Road, Aurangabad 431002


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