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The UNESCO World Heritage Site is a collection of 30 Buddhist caves in temple architecture style from the 2nd century.
1. Ajanta Caves Image credit: Getty
Prince Azam Shah built this in memory of his mother, Dilras Banu Begum. Being Shah Jahan's grandson, it was inspired by the Taj Mahal.
2. Bibi Ka Maqbara Video credit: Getty
Considered to be the 12th Jyotirlinga of India, the temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
3. Grishneshwar Temple Image credit: Getty
Known as Deogiri, this 14th century Maharashtrian fort was built on the hill top in the year 1187 by the Yadava dynasty.
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The garden includes fountains, pillars and domes in Mughal architecture with Aurangzeb's daughter-in-law's tomb in the centre.
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Built in the Mughal period, it is one of Aurangabad's oldest standing mosques built in the style of Islamic architecture.
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The lush garden was built in the 17th century by Emperor Aurangzeb. It now houses a fountain and a nursery with plenty of foliage.
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Situated in the mountainous Western Ghats, the Buddhist site is one of earliest depictions of rock-cut architecture.
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