AURANGABAD MTDC ( CITY ACCOMODATION)

01st August To 30th September 2019

Deluxe AC @ 2200 per night double occupancy / Extra Guest @ 500 per night.

Family AC @ 1800 per night on triple occupancy / Extra Guest @ 500 per night.

Standard AC @ 1600 per night double occupancy / Extra Guest @ 400 per night.

Family Non AC @ 1200 per night on triple occupancy / Extra Guest @ 400 per night.

Deluxe Non AC @ 1200 per night double occupancy / Extra Guest @ 300 per night.

Standard Non AC @ 999 per night double occupancy / Extra Guest @ 300 per night.

01st February 2019 To 31st July 2019

Deluxe AC @ 1800 per night double occupancy / Extra Guest @ 400 per night.

Family AC @ 1500 per night on triple occupancy / Extra Guest @ 300 per night.

Standard AC @ 1400 per night double occupancy / Extra Guest @ 300 per night.

Family Non AC @ 950 per night on triple occupancy / Extra Guest @ 200 per night.

Deluxe Non AC @ 950 per night double occupancy / Extra Guest @ 200 per night.

Standard Non AC @ 800 per night double occupancy / Extra Guest @ 200 per night.

01st October 2018 To 31st January 2020

Deluxe AC @ 2550 per night double occupancy / Extra Guest @ 500 per night.

Family AC @ 2100 per night on triple occupancy / Extra Guest @ 500 per night.

Standard AC @ 1900 per night double occupancy / Extra Guest @ 400 per night.

Family Non AC @ 1400 per night on triple occupancy / Extra Guest @ 400 per night.

Deluxe Non AC @ 1400 per night double occupancy / Extra Guest @ 300 per night.

Standard Non AC @ 1150 per night double occupancy / Extra Guest @ 300 per night.

Aurangabad (About this soundpronunciation ) is a city in the Aurangabad district of Maharashtra state in India.[5] Aurangabad is also the administrative capital of the centrally situated Marathwada region. The city is an important industrial hub, as well as a tourism hub, and is surrounded by several historical monuments and the UNESCO World Heritage Sites such as the Ajanta and Ellora caves.

Khadki was the original name of the village which was made a capital city by Malik Ambar, the Prime Minister of Murtaza Nizam, Shah of Ahmadnagar. Within a decade, Khadki grew into a populous and imposing city. Malik Ambar died in 1626.[7] He was succeeded by his son Fateh Khan, who changed the name of Khadki to Fatehnagar. With the capture of Daulatabad by the imperial troops in 1633, the Nizam Shahi dominions, including Fatehnagar, came under the possession of the Mughals.[8]

In 1653 when Mughal prince Aurangzeb was appointed the viceroy of the Deccan for the second time, he made Fatehnagar his capital and renamed it Aurangabad. Aurangabad is sometimes referred to as Khujista Bunyad by the Chroniclers of Aurangzeb’s reign.

In 1724, Asif Jah, a Turkic general and Nizam al-Mulk of the Mughals in the Deccan region, decided to secede from the crumbling Mughal Empire, with the intention of founding his own dynasty in the Deccan and decided to make Aurangabad his capital. His son and successor, Nizam Ali Khan Asaf Jah II transferred his capital from Aurangabad to Hyderabad in 1763.[9] In 1795, the city came under the Maratha rule, following the Maratha victory in the Battle of Kharda,[10] along with an indemnity of 30 million rupees paid by Ali Khan Asaf Jah II, Nizam of Hyderabad to the Marathas. However, Maratha rule lasted only eight years before the city came under the rule of the Nizam of Hyderabad, under the protection of the British East India Company, following the British victory in the Second Anglo-Maratha War. During the period of the British Raj, the city was known as Aurungábád.[11] After independence there have been demands to rename the city to Sambhaji Nagar.[12][13] This demand further raised due to recent renaming of Faizabad to Ayodhyaand Allahabad to Prayagraj.[14]

Aurangabad was a part of the Princely State of Hyderabad during the British Raj, until its annexation into the Indian Union after the Indian Independence in 1947, and thereafter a part of Hyderabad state of India until 1956. In 1956 it became a part of newly formed bilingual Bombay state and in 1960 it became a part of Maharashtra state.[15]

 

 

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  • BHAKTI KAVITKAR

    we want to see ajanta verula caves and near by aurangabad area

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