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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

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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

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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

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Known as Deogiri, this 14th century Maharashtrian fort was built on the hill top in the year 1187 by the Yadava dynasty.

4. Daulatabad Fort

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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.

5. Bani Begum Garden

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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.

6. Jama Masjid

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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.

7. Himayat Bagh

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Situated in the mountainous Western Ghats, the Buddhist site is one of earliest depictions of rock-cut architecture.

8. Pitalkhora Caves

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