Students who wish to go for industrial visit to Ghrishneshwar can choose Aurangabad as a industrial visit destination, Aurangabad is home to many large organization like Videocon, Garware, Ajanta Pharma, AMRI,
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Just half a kilometre from the Ellora Caves is Grineshwar Temple, also known as Ghushmeshwar, which enshrines one of the 12 Jyotirlingas dedicated to Shiva. The temple walls are richly sculptured. Both the temple and its masonry tank were built by Queen Ahilyabai Holkar, who ruled Indore from 1765 to 1795.
The shrine was also renovated by Maloji Raje Bhosale of Verul. 40 km away, Aurangabad city in Maharashtra makes for an excellent travel base to visit this sacred shrine which attracts pilgrims from far and wide
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in a tank, as a part of her daily ritual worship. Her husband’s first wife, envious of her piety and standing in society killed Kusuma’s son with an axe. An aggrieved Kusuma, however, continued her daily worship of Shiva.
When she immersed the shivalingam again in the tank, to the surprise one and all, her son was miraculously restored to life. Shiva appeared in front of her and the villagers, and ever since then the shivalingam here has been worshipped in the form of a Jyotirlinga Ghusmeshwar.
A famous fort throughput the historical period, this fort was once the stronghold of the Yadava dynasty who built this in 1187. Known as Deogiri during the Yadava rule, it was renamed Daulatabad by Mohd-bin-Tughlaq who shifted his capital from Delhi to this place temporarily in 1326 A.D.
The place is home to the simple tomb of Mughal emperor Aurangzeb. There are tombs of several Sufi saints including Zar Zari Zar Baksh, Shaikh Burhan ud-din Gharib Chisti & Shaikh Zain-ud-din Shirazi.
The most famous example of cave temples is that of Ellora in the state of Maharashtra. The Ellora Caves belong to the Buddhist, Hindu and Jain faiths. There are in all 34 caves, of which 12 are Buddhist, 17 Hindu and 5 Jain. The most remarkable of the carved shrines at Ellora is the Kailashnath temple, hewn from solid rock. Lavishly carved and sculpted, this temple is the foremost example of rock cut temple architecture in ancient India.
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A beautiful hill station famous for its tranquility, Mhaismal is an ideal place to spend your time far from the madding crowd. Covered in greenery this diminutive hill station 12 km from Khuldabad is located at an altitude of 1067 m. The place is home to an ancient temple of Girijamata and a beautiful lake as well as a replica of the Balaji Temple at Tirupati.
Situated on the banks of the river Godavari is this ancient city of Pratishthan, also famous for its association with the renowned Marathi poet Saint Eknath, whose shrine is located here. Paithan is also famous for its gold and silver embroidered saris called ‘Paithanis’. 4 Km. north of Paithan town is the Jaikwadi Project and the area around Jaikwadi has been developed into the Gyaneshwar Udyan, planned along the lines of the Brindavan gardens at Mysore.
One of the famous Buddhist sites in India, these thirty rock-hewn caves are cut into the scarp of a cliff in the form of Chaityas (chapels) and Viharas (monasteries). Painting was a highly developed art in ancient India. The cave paintings of Ajanta testify this. These paintings on the walls of the caves are still glowing with their original colors. The outer walls are covered with brilliantly executed sculpture. The Buddhist theme of the Ajanta paintings recounts the life of Lord Buddha and tales of his previous births as Bodhisttvas.
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- 442 km from Mumbai
- 40 km from Aurangabad
- 0.5 km from Ellora
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