Aurangabad can be termed as a gorgeous destination, generally known as a base for a visit to the World Heritage Sites of Ajanta and Ellora. Over the last of the great Mughal Emperors, Aurangabad acclaimed abundance of monuments and a rich culture heritage sites. With the clear vision, they would be better able to control both northern and southern regions of their empires.
Under the control of Aurangzeb, Aurangabad became the powerful empire and controlled over the seat for a short while. During his years in Aurangabad were built such architectural ornaments as the Bibi-ka-Maqbara, a mausoleum with a marked resemblance to the Taj Mahal and a medieval watermill.
Dating back to 1610, when the former Abyssinian slave, at that time prime minister of the Muslim kingdom of Ahmednagar, Malik Ambar found a city on the site of an old village known as Khirki. In 1626, his son Fateh Khan established a city he ruled over named as Fatehpur.
Going back to the region’s history farther back, Buddhism was introduced to this region at the time of reign of the powerful Mauryan Emperors. The kings of the Satvahana and Rashtrakuta dynasties have the Hindu temples of Ellora predate the influx of Buddhism located in the centre of India. The region was considered the safest from the marauding armies of the Afghan and Central Asian raiders.