Top Commercial Places in Aurangabad

Gul Mandi Market, Himroo Fabrics, Prozone Mall, Paithani Silk Weaving Centre, Mughal Silk Bazaar, Arshi Studio, Maniyar Hyper Market.

Business Directory of Aurangabad, Maharashtra

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Must Visit Places

  • Photo by: WikipediaBibi ka maqbara
    Bibi ka maqbara

    Entry Fee :Rs. 10 / person
    Opening Hours :08:00 AM - 08:00 PM

  • Photo by: WikipediaZeb-un-Nisa's Palace
    Zeb-un-Nisa's Palace

    Entry Fee :Free
    Opening Hours :Sunrise to Sunset

  • Photo by: WikipediaAhilyabai Holkar Chauk
    Ahilyabai Holkar Chauk

    Entry Fee :Free
    Opening Hours :Sunrise to Sunset

  • Photo by: WikipediaBhadkal Gate
    Bhadkal Gate

    Entry Fee :Free
    Opening Hours :Sunrise to Sunset

  • Photo by: WikipediaSalim Ali Lake
    Salim Ali Lake

    Entry Fee :Rs. 10 / person
    Opening Hours :06:00 AM - 06:00 PM

  • Photo by: WikipediaKailasa temple, Ellora
    Kailasa temple, Ellora

    Entry Fee :Rs. 500 / person
    Opening Hours :Sunrise to Sunset

How to Reach

By Air - Aurangabad’s airport has connecting flights from prime cities such as Mumbai, Hyderabad, Jaipur, Pune, Nagpur, Delhi. Once you reach the airport, you can take a cab or a bus to reach your destination in the city.

By Train - Regular trains from Aurangabad can be taken to cities like Shirdi, Hyderabad, Mumbai, Delhi, Bhopal, Madurai, Chennai, Rajkot and other prime Indian cities.

By Road -Aurangabad has buses running from private as well as public operators connecting the city to other major local destinations. There are two major bus stations in the city, namely, CIDCO, and Central Bus Station.

Best Time To Visit

The best time to visit Aurangabad is between October to March, during this period the weather remains pleasant. Monsoon starts around July and continues till end of September. So, the temperature remains nearly 35°C during this time which is also good for sightseeing.

Events and Culture

Famous Delicacies

The signature dish of Aurangabad is Naan Khaliya which is said to be served to the Royal Army during the Mughal rule. Other famous dishes in the city include Tehri, Pitlas, Jhunkas, Thalipeeth, Thecha and Chutney among others.


Every year in December, Aurangabad celebrates the eponymous Aurangabad festival to celebrate its rich culture and heritage. All other Indian festivals like Diwali, Holi, basant Panchmi, Shivratri, Janmashtmi, Eid, Christmas, are celebrated in the city with equal enthusiasm and merriment.