Things To Do


  • Gandhi Teerth, Jalgaon

    Gandhi Teerth is a magnificent 65,000 sq. ft. complex of research centres and museums on the life and times of Mahatma Gandhi and is located at Jain Hills, Jalgaon. The premise is beautifully landscaped with sprawling lawns and is adjoined by mango orchards with mounded sit-outs and serene walkways. The entire green complex nestles between 300 acres of lush, afforested hilly terrain, and is noise-free and pollution-free. Residential facilities for researchers and guests are housed within the complex

  • Himroo Factory

    Relive the history with a visit to the Himroo Factory. It is an ancient factory which has been in existence for more than 150 years. It stands as a tall example of the rich tradition of handicrafts in Aurangabad. The Himroo Factory showroom is the best place to buy textile items like vests, blouses, coats, cloaks, Pathani saris, handloom shawls, bedcovers and furnishings.

  • Shopping

    There are a number of items that you can shop for in Aurangabad. These include Himroo shawls, Mashru and Kinkhab weaves, Bidriware, etc. The Paithani sarees are a hot favorite amongst women shoppers

  • Siddharth Garden & Zoo

    Relax in lush green and refreshing surroundings at Siddharth Garden & Zoo. This is a famous picnic spot. It is a well-maintained garden with abundant trees, flowers, an aquarium and a zoo. A number of animals can be spotted at the zoo

  • Soneri Mahal

    Sonehri Mahal is a palace located at the foothill of the Aurangabad Caves in the Paharsingpura area of Aurangabad. It is one of the top places to visit in Aurangabad. Soneri Mahal was built by a Bundelkhand chief who accompanied Aurangzeb into the Dakhan. The Mahal was built between 1651 AD and 1653 AD. This ancient historic monument is now transformed into a museum. It was set up in 1979 and exhibits the remnants of regional palaces, antique items, coins, ancient Indian pottery, paintings and many more alluring items. The museum also displays some major reliefs and sculptures found in the local excavations


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