Tomb of Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb, Aurangabad

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  • This is the mausoleum of Aurangzeb King has become the origin of the name of the city of Aurangabad. The grave was simple enough no doubt. It was near the tomb of the King, during his college years teacher's grave and there is very respectable. Was is that somebody can explain.
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  • Only if you have the time to do the detour. We are surprised by the simplicity of the grave but the beautiful fence that surrounds it is well after... A guide is needed as soon as you enter. Too many solicitations in the mosque can make regret making the trip.
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  • Interesting and historical important place, but not a lot to see. Nevertheless, worth for a stop from Ajanta/Ellora to Aurangabad.  more »
  • Great Moghal emperor Aurangazeb who ruled India has taken nothing with him and his corpus is now being maintained on the offerings of the tourists visited where as our so-called leaders are filling our capital city Delhi are occupying acres of land to bury their deadbodies
  • Very good place. Its the grave of mugal emperor aurangzeb ra. Must see once
  • In contrast to the other Mughal tombs, which are large monuments of Mughal architecture, including the Taj Mahal, Aurangzeb's tomb is remarkably simple in keeping with Aurangzeb's own wishes. "The rich may well construct domes of gold and silver on their graves! For the poor folks like me, the sky is enough (of a dome to shelter my grave)!" - Aurangzeb It is said that Aurangzeb paid for his burial place by stitching caps during his last years and that it cost only 14 rupees and 12 annas. The dargah also houses the tomb of the first Nizam, Asaf Jah I, his son Nasir Jung, and those of Aurangzeb's son Azam Shah and his wife.
  • This is the tomb Mughal Emperor Aurangazeb, the entrance is through an old mosque and is a calm place. The tomb is very simple and was not decorated with marbles until Vice Roy of India Lord Curzon asked to surround it with white marble much later. Also in the same structure is another tomb.
  • I was not expecting this place to be so well maintained. There is tomb of Aurangzeb, his som azam shah and Aurangazeb's teacher zainuddin Dawood hussain shiraz.

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