Explore nearby historic places 

Ghrishneshwar Jyotirling

13 km
away from Hiranya Resort
One of the important pilgrimage sites in Hindu culture, this temple is a shrine dedicated to Lord Shiva. Built of red rocks, this temple is an architectural masterpiece and a sight to behold!
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Ellora

13 km
away from Hiranya Resort
A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Ellora Caves are one of the largest rock cut temple cave complexes in the world that pays homage to Hindu, Buddhist and Jain religions
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Ajanta

110 km
away from Hiranya Resort
Another UNESCO World Heritage Site, Ajanta Caves are roughly 30 rock-cut Buddhist cave monuments with one of the finest depictions of ancient Indian art.
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Lonar crater

159 km
away from Hiranya Resort
Lonar crater, is a notified National Geo-Heritage Monument and one of the only four known, hyper-velocity, impact craters in basaltic rock anywhere on Earth.
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Paithan

66 km
away from Hiranya Resort
The culturally rich town of Paithan is close to Hiranya and can be easily visited to get an unforgettable experience of this famous and historic place. Home to prolific saints like Eknath and Dnyaneshwar, this place is a spiritual pilgrimage site.
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Malik Ambar

11 km
away from Hiranya Resort
Malik Ambar practically founded Aurangabad and fought the Mughals making it his base. His tomb is a famous monument and a tribute to his outstanding contribution in the heritage of Aurangabad.
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Daulatabad and Deogiri fort

2 km
away from Hiranya Resort
The rich history of this fort dates back almost a millennium. This fort was built by the Yadava dynasty in 1187 and was known as Deogiri. When Muhammad Tughlak ascended the Delhi throne, he was so taken by the fortress that he decided to move his court and capital there, renaming it Daulatabad, "the City of Fortune".
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Pitalkhora

68 km
away from Hiranya Resort
The Pitalkhora Caves are an ancient Buddhist site consisting of 14 rock-cut cave monuments which date back to the third century BCE, making them one of the earliest examples of rock-cut architecture in India.
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Bibi ka Maqbara

18 km
away from Hiranya Resort
Also known as the ‘Dakkhani Taj’ Bibi ka Maqbara is the “principal monument” of Aurangabad and its historic city. It was commissioned in 1660 by the Mughal emperor Aurangzeb in the memory of his wife Dilras Banu Begum
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Shirdi

99 km
away from Hiranya Resort
Home of the great saint Sai Baba, Shirdi is world famous for its cultural and spiritual lineage. The Shri Saibaba Sansthan Trust located in Shirdi is one of the richest temple organisations.
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