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Aurangabad is rich in historic sites and has already made it to the world heritage list. 

Our beautiful location allows you to travel to most of the sites within a matter of minutes. 

The famous Daultabad fort is located just 1km from our property and is accissible on foot. Similarly Ellora is just a 10minute drive away.

Moreover Hiranya is surrounded by and adjoins various other historical monuments, lakes, tombs etc all of which can be seen from the property and accessible by foot. 

Some of the other sightseeing destinations around Aurangabad are mentioned below. We provide tour packages for all the below sightseeing destinations along with guide/translator if needed. Our guest alos have the option of carry pre-packed meals/breakfast shall they choose to do so. 

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Ellora Caves

The largest rock cut temple monastery in the world. Also a UNESCO heritage site. Some caves are as old as 600CE

Ajanta Caves

Buddhist cave complex which is also a UNESCO World Heritage site. The caves were hidden and were discovered only 200 years ago.

Grishneshwar Jyotirlinga

One of the 12 Jyotirlinga mentioned in the Shiva Purana, a hindu book which was written in the 10th century CE. The temple is equally old.

Lonar Crater

A crater formed due to a meteor travelling at over 90000kmph hit the earth. The crater is est. to be around 500000 years old. 

Shirdi Temple

The temple of Sai Baba, an Indian spiritual leader and saint.

A true saint who was against discrimination between religions.

Bibi - ka - Maqbara

A replica of the Taj Mahal created by king Aurangzeb in the memory of his first wife

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Aurangabad Caves

12 rock-cut Buddhist caves created during the 5th and 6th Century. The caves have a striking resemblance to the caves in Ellora


Also knows as the valley of saints because many famous sufi saints decided to reside here in the 14th century.

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Pitalkhora Caves

13 rock cut Buddhist caves dating back to the 3rd century, also one of the oldest caves in India.

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