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AURANGABAD

General Information

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Aurangabad district map

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Aurangabad City map

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Aurangabad
Zone Time : IST (UTC+5:30) Area : 196 km (76 sq mi) Elevation : 513 m (1,683 ft) Districts : Aurangabad Population : 1,414,918 (2006) Density : 7,219 /km (18,697 /sq mi) Pin code : 431 001 Telephone :+0240
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Temperature
Annual temperatures in Aurangabad range from 9 to 40 C, with the most comfortable time to visit in the winter - October to February. The highest maximum temperature ever recorded was 46 C (114 F) on 25 May 1905. The lowest recorded temperature was 2 C (36 F) on 2 February 1911. In the cold season the district is sometimes affected by cold waves in association with the eastward passage of western disturbances across north India, when the minimum temperature may drop down to about 2 C to 4 C (35.6 F to 39.2 F).
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AURANGABAD CITY
The original name of Aurangabad was Khadki (window), founded in 1610 by Malik Ambar. When Fateh Khan, Malik Ambar's son turned successor in 1626, he gave the city the name 'Fatehpur'. In 1653 when prince Aurangazeb was appointed Viceroy of the Deccan for the second time, he made Fatehpur his capital and called it 'Aurangabad'; Since then the city came to be known as Aurangabad. To scholars and ancient art and culture lovers, the city is more familiar as the gateway to the ancient caves of Amanita and Ellora , historical monument recognized by UNESCO about 100 kilo meters from Aurangabad city, both are famous as treasure houses of Indian Art and Sculpture. The Bibi-Ka-Maqbara (Moghul architecture in the Deccan Bibi-Kaplateau), tomb that was built in 1679 by Emperor Aurangazeb's son Azam Shah, in tribute to his mother, Begum Rabia Durani alias Dilres Banu Begam. It is the finest Mughal monument in the south and is called the 'Taj of the Deccan' for its close resemblance to the Taj Mahal of Agra. The walls which enclose the central part of the city were added by Prince Aurangzeb in 1686. Most of the monuments in Aurangabad are of the Mughals and Maratha period. There are to 52 towering Darwazas (Gates), out of which very few are presently are in good condition, mostly constructed by Aurangzeb during his over-stay in the Deccan. overThere are four main Darwazas leading into the city, which along with nine secondary darwazas formed part of the defense systems of the city.
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Today Aurangabad is a lively city of Maharashtra with various big and small industries, fine silken textiles, and wonderful hand woven brocades of silver and gold fabrics, Himroo of world frame. Today Aurangabad has a renowned industrial area and is divided into four zones namely Chikalthana, Waluj, Chitegaon & Shendra. The major industry sectors in Aurangabad are Automotive, Auto Components, Pharmaceuticals, Breweries, White goods/Appliances and now going for fast paced IT industries. Major companies that have unit in Aurangabad are Bajaj Auto, Wockhardt, Shreya Life Science, Orchid, Lupin, Atra, Videocon, Nirlep, Skoda Auto, Colgate Palmolive, Endress+Hauser, Good Year and Siemens. And now Aurangabad is a booming industrial zone and one of the fastest developing city in the whole Asia!

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Intra city Transport "Aurangabad Municipal Transport" (AMT) is an intra-city bus service intrawhich covers almost all parts of the city and also connects to the more distant industrial suburbs. The "Maharashtra State Road Transport Corporation" (MSRTC) and numerous other private bus operators provide a bus service to all parts of the state. Metered auto rickshaws ply throughout the city. The fare is based on a meter and is computed by a tariff card available from the driver Air Chikalthana airport (international airport ) is Aurangabad's domestic airport. The nearest international airports are Mumbai and Pune. an Rail : Aurangabad (AWB) is a railway station on the Nanded Division of SouthSouth-Central railway (Manmad - Kachiguda section), with direct rail links to New Delhi, Mumbai, Pune and Hyderabad.

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Manufacturing
The city was a major silk and cotton textile production center. A fine blend of silk with locally grown cotton was developed as Himroo textile. Much of the silk industry has vanished over time, but some manufacturers - such as the Aurangabad Silk Mills, Standard Silk Mills - have managed to keep the tradition alive. Paithani silk saris are also made in Aurangabad. The name of this cloth is derived from Paithan town. Pharmaceuticals, steel recycling, auto parts manufacturing, and beverage production (soft drinks and beer in particular) are major industries. On the outskirts of the city, the Shendra, Chikalthana and Waluj industrial estates set up by the Maharashtra Industrial Development Corporation are home to major multinationals in the automobile and consumer durables industry. The City and Industrial Development Corporation of Maharashtra Ltd. (CIDCO) expertise was brought in to develop a New Aurangabad into a wellwell-laid out town, with adequate provision for housing for low and middle income groups, gardens, play grounds, schools, colleges, community centres, cinema halls, stadium and a bird sanctuary. Some very successful city projects have been undertaken by CIDCO which are now managed by the Aurangabad Municipal Corporation.
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Real Estate projects in Aurangabad


Real estate in Aurangabad is yet to take off on the scale witnessed in Pune, Nashik and Nagpur, but with the Governments accent on developing the city as a tourist spot, the boom could arrive in a few years from now. 2 BHK apartments in Aurangabad fetch rates of Rs.1500 to Rs. 2500 per sq. ft. Land rates in Aurangabad over around Rs. 1000 to Rs. 3000 per sq.ft. while commercial spaces stand at Rs. 3000 to Rs. 8000 per sq.ft. Aurangabad is welcoming the latest trends in entertainment and retail PVR, Fame and Big Cinemas already established here. Prozone Liberty, a joint venture between Provogue and Liberty International of UK are setting up a shopping mall in Aurangabad. The mall will accommodate hypermarkets, super markets, multiplexes, book and music stores and multi-brand outlets. Entertainment World Developers multiand Hyper City Retail also have plans to construct shopping mall-cummall-cummultiplex projects in Aurangabad. The State government is directing efforts towards making Aurangabad an investor friendly destination. It has initiated the strengthening of infrastructure within the city and has awarded contacts to the MSRDC on a build, operate and transfer basis for 5 flyovers, 5 rail over bridges, a subway and six roads. These moves are expected to have a positive effect on the investment climate in Aurangabad.

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Development control Authority


1. 2. 3. 4. Aurangabad Municipal Corporation CIDCO MHADA MIDC Aurangabad

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New developing areas


Satara & Deolai This village is near Aurangabad corporation limit & very fast development of residential area. This two village & other 25 villages near Aurangabad is taken by CIDCO for development. In this area many schools& colleges started in last two years. Bharti University is started a university campus near satara , SRPF Has started there office in this area. Shreyas engineering & polytechnic collage started there campus in 50 acers in last year , Also MIT Engeneering collage is already in this area from last 15 years , Chate Business School & Residential school is started there campus also many small & medium Schools started in this area. Average rate in Satara & Deolai Plot Rate: - Rs. 300 To 900 per sq. ft. Row House: - Rs. 1600 To 2600 per sq. Ft. Flat Rate:-1200 To Rs 1800 per sq. Ft.

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New developing areas


Waluj Waluj is an industrial area developed by the Maharashtra Industrial Development Corporation spanning 1518 hectares, 12 kms away from Aurangabad. The MIDC has provided top-end infrastructure which has attracted industry heavyweights like Bajaj Auto, Garware, Videocon and Sterlite. The development of the township was handed over to City and Industrial Development Corporation, (CIDCO). It was conceived as a ring township circling the industrial centers, with independent and inter-linked colonies at the core. The ring routes also facilitate easy access to and from the city. CIDCO has undertaken much larger projects here than in Aurangabad. Now days many builders starts there project in waluj area Average rate in Waluj Plot Rate: - Rs. 200 To 850 Per sq. ft. Row House: - Rs. 1600 To 2100 Per sq. Ft. Flat Rate:- Rs. 1100 To Rs 1800 Per sq. Ft.

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Banking And Financial Services


In the first decade of the 21st century, Aurangabad has seen a spurt in financial activities, with almost all public sector and private banks have opened up branches including the State Bank of India, State Bank of Hyderabad, Citibank, Deutsche Bank, ICICI Bank, the Bank of India, HDFC Bank, YES Bank.
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Builder of Aurangabad
1. Kasliwal Builder 2. Sara Builder 3. Khiwansara Construction 4. Nagpal Group 5. R. K Constro 6. Sahara Group 7. Disha Builder 8. Balaji Builder 9. Padmalaya Construction 10.Apratim Group

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Market Rate
Sr. No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Location Paithan Road Osmanpura Garkheda City CIDCO Beed By Pass Bansilal Nagar Residential 1200 - 2000 1500 - 3000 1000 - 2500 1500 - 3000 1500 - 2500 1000 - 2000 1500 - 2000 Commercial 2000 - 3000 2000 - 6000 1500 - 4000 2000 - 8000 2500 - 6000 1500 - 2500 2000 - 4000 Resi. Open Plot 700 - 1500 2000 - 3000 1500 - 2500 2000 - 4000 1500 - 3000 500 - 1500 1800 - 2500 Comm. Open Plot 1500 - 2000 2000 - 4000 2000 - 3000 3000 - 8000 2000 - 5000 1000 - 1500 2000 - 3000

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Upcoming Attractions in Aurangabad Adlabs, khadkeshwar, Aurangabad Prozone Mall, Chikalthana, Aurangabad(22 lakh Sq-Ft) SqMULTIPLEX . West Pioneer Mall, Jalna Road, Aurangabad (7 lakh SqSqFt) MULTIPLEX Hyper City, Chikalthana, Aurangabad Shoppers Stop, Chikalthana, Aurangabad Tapdiya Mall, Adalat Road, Aurangabad MULTIPLEX Marathawada engineering Pvt Ltd Mall
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Upcoming Attractions in Aurangabad Inox,Railway Station Road, Aurangabad MULTIPLEX Aurangabad city centre, Aakashwani, Aurangabad R-mall, Garkheda, Aurangabad MULTIPLEX Siddharth plaza, Siddhart Garden, Aurangabad AMC Mall, Jakat naka, Aurangabad AMC Mall, Shahanurmiyadarga, Aurangabad MULTIPLEX WAL MART WALUJ Aurangabad.

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