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Domestic and Foreign Tourist Visitors in Most Popular Tourist Destination in Aurangabad Circle, India Details

In the Aurangabad circle or city is hub for so many attractive places such as Ajanta Cave, Ellora Cave, Aurangabad Cave, Bibi-Ka –Maqbara,  Jain Caves, Dulatabad Fort, Jama Masjid, Panchakki, Sunehari Mahal, Buddhist Cave, Siddharth  Garden and Zoo, Bani Begum Garden etc.  This Circle is basically situated in Maharashtra State, India.   In 2015, total 4,254 Thousand domestic tourist has visited in Aurangabad Circle; however in context of international tourist, this number was 75.31 Thousand.

Ellora Caves
It is largest rock-cut monastery-temple caves complexes in the world. This place is listed in UNESCO World Heritage Site. This site shows artwork of Buddhism, Hinduism and Jainism. The site has over 100 caves, of which 34 caves are open to public. It was an important historical and commercial center and ancient trade route in South Asia.  In 2015, 1,469 Thousand Indians have visited on this place. Ellora caves are also attractive place for foreign tourist.  Nearly 28 Thousands foreign visitors have visited on this place in 2015.
Bibi-Ka-Maqbara, Aurangabad
Bibi-Ka-Maqbara is located in Aurangabad city, Maharashtra India. It was built by sixth Mughal emperor Aurangzeb in the memory of his first wife Dilras Banu Begum in 1660. A famous Bollywood song “Jab Tak” from film “ M.S. Dhoni: The Untold Story” was partially shot in Bibi Ka Maqbara and surrounding hills.  In 2013, around 1,276  Thousand Indians have visited on this place which has further grown and reached to 1,397 Thousand in 2015. In the same year 2015, 14.42 Thousand foreign tourists have visited on this place.
Daulatabad Fort
Daulatabad Fort is situated about 16 Kilometers northwest Aurangabad.  It is 14th Century fort built by first Yadav king Bhilan in 1187. This city was originally named Devagiri. It is consider one of the seven wonder of Maharashtra and developing as a tourist hub.  This fort has some unique specialties such as no separate exit from the fort, only one entrance/exit, no parallel gates and spikes on the gates. In 2015, 608 Thousand Indians have visited on this place. In terms of international tourist, this number was 6.8 Thousand.