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While returning, we visited Mughal emperor Aurangzeb's tomb in Khuldabad....

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Whereever i see.. old monuments.. on the road.. beside the road... and you cant have enough of it.. i reached aurangabad early at 6 am on 18 jan 2016.. and without wasting a sec i started my trip ( this is why i like going solo :-P) the points that i visited are :- Bibi Ka Maqbara Panchakki tomb of mughal emperor aurangzeb ellora caves devgiri fort - also known as Daulatabad ghrishneshwar jyotirling temple khuldabad mhaismal - hill station (details are mentioned above in the map) Aurangabad is a over all package for tourist...and a must go place.. food are too great.. and do visit Tinu Ki Dhani, Rajasthani Ethnic Village & Resort.. the place is super great,... mini rajasthan you can say.. there are many option in hotel as well as for stay. my over all experience was more than i excepted.....

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Khuldabad, Aurangabad
The tomb of the last Mughal ruler is located in Khuldabad, he is buried in an unmarked grave inside the complex of the shrine of Sheikh Zainuddin.
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Khuldabad, Aurangabad

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