Tomb of Aurangzeb

Open Time : 5:30am- 11pm

Entry : free

Address : Tomb of Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb Alamgir, Hamal Wadi, Old City, Khuldabad, Maharashtra, India

Why to visit Tomb of Aurangzeb

The Aurangzeb Tomb, unlike several other famous Mughal Emperor monuments, is an unmarked grave at the Dargah of his spiritual guru, Sheikh Zainuddin. Aurangzeb is claimed to have wished to be buried near the dargah. This is a charming historical place that attracts visitors interested in learning more about the grave's history. The Tomb of Aurangzeb is a modest burial without a ceiling or anything that indicates an emperor's grandeur. As a token of respect for the Emperor, Lord Curzon, a British statesman, tidied the spot with marble. It is usually covered with a basic white sheet of fabric, and guests occasionally bring him flowers. The Tomb of Aurangzeb is located in Khuldabad hamlet, about 25 kilometres from Aurangabad, and is the final resting place of Muhi-ud-Din Muhammad, better known as Aurangzeb, the sixth and last Mughal Emperor

Special Tip

Visitors are allowed to flower the tomb

By Aryan Prasad

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