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Aurangabad city. Aurangabad is a city in the Indian state of Maharashtra. It is the administrative headquarters of Aurangabad district and is the largest city in the Marathwada region. Located on a hilly upland terrain in the Deccan Traps, Aurangabad is the fourth-most populous urban area in Maharashtra with a population of 1,175,116. The city is known as a major production center of cotton textile and artistic silk fabrics. Several prominent educational institutions, including Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University, are located in the city. The city is also a popular tourism hub, with tourist destinations like the Ajanta and Ellora caves lying on its outskirts, both of which have been designated as UNESCO World Heritage Sites since 1983.

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Aurangabad city.

Aurangabad is a city in the Indian state of Maharashtra. It is the administrative headquarters of Aurangabad district and is the largest city in the Marathwada region. Located on a hilly upland terrain in the Deccan Traps, Aurangabad is the fourth-most populous urban area in Maharashtra with a population of 1,175,116.

The city is known as a major production center of cotton textile and artistic silk fabrics. Several prominent educational institutions, including Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University, are located in the city.

The city is also a popular tourism hub, with tourist destinations like the Ajanta and Ellora caves lying on its outskirts, both of which have been designated as UNESCO World Heritage Sites since 1983.

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Before the Islamic rulers held their sway over Aurangabad, it was a prominent Buddhist settlement. And the Ajanta Caves, dating from 2 BC, are great memorabilia of this fact. Ajanta Caves are a complex of 30 Buddhist caves. Today, these caves are designated as a UNESCO Heritage site and contains many fine masterpieces of Buddhist religious art.

The wall paintings at the caves depict the past lives and rebirths of Buddha and carry rock-cut sculptures of Buddhist deities. Ajanta Caves are situated on rocky cliffs at the side of a U-shaped gorge by the small river of Waghur. There are many beautiful waterfalls in the close vicinity.

Timings: 9 AM to 5 PM opens on all days except Monday.Entry fees: INR 10 for Indians and INR 250 for foreign nationals (extra INR 25 for entry with camera).

Ajanta caves

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Bibi ka maqbaraSimply speaking: this is a miniature version of the world renowned Taj Mahal. Just like Taj Mahal, this is also a symbol of love. This striking monument was constructed some time from 1651-1661 by Emperor Aurangzeb and is dedicated to his wife Dilras Banu Begum. Dilras Begum was the first wife of Aurangzeb and she passed away in 1657 due to post-delivery complications.

After the death of his beloved wife, the emperor commissioned the construction of lavish Bibi ka Maqbara (meaning Tomb of the Lady). Identical to the Taj, this monument is beautified by 4 minarets on 4 corners. Built on an elevated platform, one can enter the monument from three sides. The interiors of Bibi ka Maqbara are glorified with fine carvings, gorgeous designs and rare marbles.

Timings: 6 AM to 6 PMEntry fees: INR 15 for Indians and INR 200 for foreign nationals.

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Daulatabad fortJust 11 KM away from Aurangabad lies the majestic Daulatabad Fort. Situated 200M above sea level, there is a lot of history centering around this fort. Daulatabad was a small and insignificant city along the caravan route in the sixth century. Then in 1187, Yadava king Bhillama V built the first fort at the exact site. Daulatabad got a real facelift when during the reign of Muhammad bin Tughluq, it was named the capital of the country.

The population of Delhi is known to have been shifted to Daulatabad at a short notice to meet the demands of Muhammad bin Tughluq. But after a short stay, the emperor again shifted his base back to Delhi, leaving Daulatabad as forlorn as it once was. But the Daulatabad Fort is a striking monument from those times. Today, the fort is hailed as one of the tourist wonders of Maharastra. A hike up to the ramparts of this fort offers panoramic views of the entire city. Situated on a hill, Daulatabad Fort was not only impregnable but it also has great samples of exquisite architecture.

Timings: 9 AM – 6 PMEntry fees: INR 10 for Indians and INR 100 for Foreign nationals.

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Ellora caves A bit younger than Ajanta Caves, and more scattered, are the Ellora Caves. Built during the late 5-10 centuries, these caves represent various religions (Buddhism, Jainism and Hinduism). Ellora Caves are considered to be one of the “largest rock-cut monastery-temple cave complexes in the world”. This ancient complex is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The caves in Ellora are multi-leveled and each level has its own story.

There are a total of 34 caves in the Ellora complex, and out of these Cave 1, 2 and 16 are a definite visit. While Cave 1 contains a Buddhist Vihara and 8 monastic cells, Cave 2 has 12 intricately carved pillars and a carving of Lord Buddha seated on a lion. The doorway also features many beautiful Buddhist carvings. Cave 16 is the highlight of Ellora Caves and contains largest single monolithic rock excavation in the world. It has the Kailash Temple containing the chariot shaped monument of Lord Shiva.

Timings: Sunrise to Sunset (remains closed on Tuesdays)Entry fees: INR 30 for Indians and INR 500 for foreign nationals.

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Lonar lake Lonar Lake, also known as Lonar crater, is a notified National Geo-heritage Monument, saline, soda lake, located at Lonar in Buldhana district, Maharashtra, India. Lonar Lake was created by an asteroid collision with earth impact during the Pleistocene Epoch. It is one of the four known, hyper-velocity, impact craters in basaltic rock anywhere on Earth. The other three basaltic impact structures are in southern Brazil. [6] Lonar Lake has a mean diameter of 1.2 kilometers (3,900 ft) and is about 137 meters (449 ft) below the crater rim. The meteor crater rim is about 1.8 kilometers (5,900 ft) in diameter.

Lonar Crater sits inside the Deccan Plateau - a massive plain of volcanic basalt rock created by eruptions some 65 million years ago. Its location in this basalt field suggested to some geologists that it was a volcanic crater. Today, however, Lonar Crater is understood to be the result of a meteorite impact that occurred between 35,000 and 50,000 years ago.The water in the lake is both saline and alkaline.

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Himayat bagh

If you want to spend some time admiring the greenery of Aurangabad, then the best place to visit would be the lush gardens of Himayat Bagh. As the history of this Mughal Garden goes, before its construction, the place was a marshland close to the living quarters of Aurangzeb.

But the dampness of the marsh did not auger well for the health of Aurangzeb, so he had the marsh filled up and the reclaimed land was then used to build a lavish garden. The beautiful Himayat Bagh is spread across 300 acres and was built in 17th century.

The park is decorated with various herbs, flowers and plants. Presently, the garden is used as a Fruit Research Station and Nursery.

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Zainuddin Shirzai’s Maqbara & Tomb of Aurangzeb

The landscape of Aurangabad has not only been beautified by the Buddhist monks and Mughal rulers, there was a Saint who deserves some credit as well.

Yes, we are talking about Zainuddin Shirazi, who was a saint of the Chishti order. Zainuddin devoted his life to the well-being of Aurangabad dwellers. So, shortly after the death of this saint, a grand mausoleum was erected in his honor.

What is also significant about this monument is that: towards the West of Zainuddin Shirzai’s Maqbara lies the Tomb of Aurangzeb. There are other tombs of other royal family members in close vicinity.

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Aurangabad Railway Station.Aurangabad railway station is a railway station located on the Secunderabad-Manmad section which mainly services Aurangabad City. This railway station comes under the Nanded division of the South Central Railway zone and has rail connectivity with major cities such as Hyderabad, Delhi, Nizamabad, Nagpur, Nasik, Pune, Nanded, and Latur Road.

Aurangabad Railway Station was opened in 1900. It was made by the 7th Nizam of Hyderabad Mir Osman Ali Khan. His highness Nizam made Godavari Valley Railway Company under the Nizam's Guaranteed State Railway. In 1876 work began during the regime of the 6th Nizam Mir Mahbub Ali Khan. The first line between Hyderabad and Bezwada was constructed.The first broad gauge line between Secundrabad and Wadi was constructed in 1885. Hyderabad – Manmad line work completed in 1900. Hyderabad – Jaipur meter line work started and was completed in 1906.

In 1950 Nizam granted railway was nationalized and merged in India railway. In 1992, 94-meter gauge work of Secundrabad manmad line was completed. [1] In 2004, the Nizam railway line was made broad gauge by Indian railway.

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Grishneshwar TempleGrishneshwar Jyotirlinga Temple, sometimes referred to as the Ghrneshwar or Dhushmeshwar Temple, is one of the shrines dedicated to Lord Shiva that is referenced in the Shiva Purana.The word Ghrneshwara means "lord of compassion". The temple is an important pilgrimage site in the Shaiva tradition of Hinduism, which considers it as the last or twelfth Jyotirlinga (linga of light). This pilgrimage site is located in Ellora (also called Verul), less than a kilometer from Ellora Caves - a UNESCO World Heritage site. It is about 30 kilometers (19 miles) north-west of the city of Aurangabad, and about 300 kilometers (190 miles) east-northeast from Mumbai.

The temple structure was destroyed by the Delhi Sultanate in 13th and 14th-century. The temple went through several rounds of rebuilding followed by re-destruction during the Mughal-Maratha conflict. It was rebuilt in its current form in the 18th century under the sponsorship of Queen Ahilyabai Holkar of Indore, after the fall of the Mughal Empire. [4] It is presently an important and active pilgrimage site of the Hindus and attracts long lines of devotees daily. Anyone can enter the temple premises and its inner chambers, but to enter the sanctum sanctorum core (garbha-ghrya) of the temple, the local Hindu tradition demands that men must go bare-chested

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Bhadra Maruti Temple, Khuldabad

Bhadra Maruti Temple, Khultabad is a temple dedicated to the Hindu deity Hanuman, located at Khuldabad, near Aurangabad, Maharashtra. The temple is located four kilometers from the Ellora Caves.

At this temple, the idol of Hanuman is portrayed in a reclining or sleeping posture. It is one of only three places where Hanuman is represented in a sleeping posture. The second noted place is a temple on the banks of Ganga at Sangam in Allahabad and Uttar Pradesh and the third is at Jam Sawali, Madhya Pradesh.

The Bhadra Maruti Temple is considered one of the tourist attractions near Aurangabad and people gather in lakhs during auspicious occasions like Hanuman Jayanti and Ram Navami. People from Aurangabad and nearby places walk to the temple to offer puja on Saturdays in the Hindu calendar month of "Shraavana

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Famous food Naan qalia

Naan qalia is a dish that originates from Aurangabad, Maharashtra in India. It is a concoction of mutton and a variety of spices. Naan is a bread made in a tandoor (hot furnace), while qalia is a mixture of mutton or beef and various spicesWhen Mohammad Tughlaq shifted his capital from Delhi to Daulatabad, there was a mass exodus of people from Delhi to Daulatabad. On the way to Daulatabad, the huge army of Tughlaq was exhausted. It was a difficult task to provide such a big army with food. So the royal bawarchis (royal cooks) dug a hot furnace and rolled out thousands of naan. Meanwhile, qalia was prepared by slowly cooking either Beef or Mutton and adding number of local spices in the huge degh cauldron. Later on, this dish was commonly eaten by sipahi Soldiers and was also called 'siphaaiyon ka khana' or 'fauji ka khana'. It is commonly made in Aurangabad and specially in Weddings as well as on special occasionsThe naan are prepared in an open clay oven, which is mounted in a hole in the ground. The fire is from a side hole. The baker (generally called as bhatiyara) sits next to the oven and places the naan in the oven for baking, these naan are picked out with specially designed rods. These Naan are quite fluffy.

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Famous foodMisal Pav

Misal pav (Marathi: मि�सळपाव) is a popular dish from Maharashtra, India. It consists of misal (a spicy curry usually made from moth beans) and pav (a type of Indian bread roll).The final dish is topped with farsan or sev, onions, lemon and coriander (cilantro). It is usually served with bread or rolls toasted with butter and buttermilk or curd and papad. It is served as a breakfast dish, as a snack and also as a full meal.Misal pav from "Nashik" is known for its high spice content and unique taste.There are different versions of misal pav such as Kolhapuri misal, Khandeshi misal, and Puneri misal; the first part indicates the regional origin. Other types are kalya masalyachi misal, shev misal, and dahi (yoghurt) misal.

Misal is prepared in part with sprouted lentils and has less water content and a watery, spicy "cut" or "bite". It has two parts, a thick curry of matki, called "usal", and watery gravy, also called rassa.Usually people mix these two according to their taste and requirement. When moth beans are unavailable, it is sometimes prepared using mung beans. It may be garnished with Indian snack noodles. The Moth curry or Usal form is prepared using onion, ginger, garlic and other spices.

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FESTIVAL

Ganesh ChaturthiGanesh Chaturthi was also known as Ganeshotsav is a popular festival celebrated all over Maharashtra. In Aurangabad, the festival is celebrated with an equal fervor, pomp and show.

The celebrations last over a course of 10 days where various Ganesha pandals are set up all over the city. Prayers and aartis are held in the mornings and evenings. Travelers can enjoy the experience of unique decorated themes for each such Ganesh Pandal. Ganesha idols are immersed in the river on the last day of the festival with lots of prayers and dancing marking a great celebration.

Ganesh Chaturthi (ISO: Gaṇeśa Chaturthī), also known as Vinayaka Chaturthi (Vināyaka Chaturthī), is a Hindu festival celebrating the arrival of Lord Ganesha to earth from Kailash Parvat with his mother Goddess Parvati / Gauri. The festival is marked with the installation of Ganesha clay idols privately in homes, or publicly on elaborate pandals (temporary stages). Observations include chanting of Vedic hymns and Hindu texts such as, prayers and brata (fasting). Offerings and prasadam from the daily prayers, that are distributed from the pandal to the community, include sweets such as modaka as it is believed to be a favorite of Lord Ganesh

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Festivals

Paithan Festival

Eknath Sashti is a festival held on the day on which the sant eknath left his body in the River Godavari and took Jala samadhi at Paithan. The day occurs every year in Falgun (a Marathi month usually occurring in March or April

The famous Paithan Fair also known as Paithan Yatra is held in the shrine of 'Sant Eknath' at the Paithan village, about 56 kms. south of Aurangabad. It falls in the month of March or April on 'Nath Shastri' day and is celebrated with great enthusiasm for about 10 days. During the fair, large number of people gather at the village on the banks of the river Godavari to pay homage to the saint Eknath Maharaj.

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POLITICAN

Imtiyaz Jaleel Sayed

Imtiyaz Sayed is current MP from Aurangabad Central [Maharashtra]. She belongs to All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen [ AIMIM ]. Sayed Imtiyaz Jaleel (Urdu: جلیل اِمتیاز born 10 August 1968) is an ;سیّدIndian politician and member of the All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen.

He was elected as a member of the Maharashtra Legislative Assembly from the Aurangabad central constituency of Maharashtra in the Assembly Election of 2014.In 2019 General Elections, Jaleel was elected as Member of Parliament, Lok Sabha from Aurangabad Lok Sabha Constituency. In 2019 She was elected as MP from Aurangabad Central2. In 2014 She was elected as MLA from Aurangabad Central

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POLITICAN

SushilKumar RamNaresh Singh

SushilKumar RamNaresh Singh SushilKumar RamNaresh Singh is current MP from Aurangabad [Bihar]. He belongs to Bharatiya Janata Party [ BJP ]. Sushil Kumar Singh (born 27 June 1963) is an Indian politician and is currently a Member of Parliament in the 16th Lok Sabha from Aurangabad Lok Sabha constituency in Bihar.

He has been elected as a Member of Parliament in the 12th Lok Sabha and the 15th Lok Sabha.He is a member of Bharatiya Janata Party, which is ruling party in the Indian Parliament. He is a member of the Standing committee on Energy and Consultative Committee of Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas in the 15th Lok Sabha.

He joined Bhartiya Janata Party on 7 March 2014 in presence of Rajnath Singh. Earlier he was associated with Janata Dal (United), the ruling party in the state of Bihar.

1. In 2019 He was elected as MP from Aurangabad[ BJP ].2. In 2014 He was elected as MP from Aurangabad[ BJP ].3. In 2009 He was elected as MP from Aurangabad[ BJP ].

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FAMOUS HOTELS

AURANGABAD GYMKHANA CLUB (HOTEL AGC)

Hotel AGC in Aurangabad (Club hotel in Aurangabad), is a Club cum hotel property with 3 star facilities, spread over two and half acres lush green landscape.

The property which is one of the best hotels in Aurangabad is located close to the airport and easily accessible from the railway station and bus station, the hotel features 100 well-appointed rooms with all modern amenities offering warm hospitality and value for money services. We have a vegetarian restaurant, with 24 hour room service, banquet halls, conference halls and board room with scanning, copying and printing facilities. Attached is an exclusive health club with swimming pool.

For the health and beauty conscious, we have gents and ladies beauty parlor and rejuvenation massage therapies. Ours is the best three star budget hotel in Aurangabad.

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FAMOUS HOTELS

Vivanta Aurangabad, Maharashtra

Vivanta Aurangabad sits within landscaped gardens and a running track, just 20-minute drive from Aurangabad Chikkalthana Airport and Railway Station. An outdoor pool, pampering spa treatments and a fitness centre are available. It offers free WiFi access.

Tease Bar serves alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks. Breakfast can be enjoyed at Latitude Restaurant. The spacious and air-conditioned rooms are equipped with a satellite TV and personal safe. Private balconies overlook the garden or pool. En suite bathrooms come with a bathtub and shower facilities. Vivanta Aurangabad is a good stop-over for guests visiting the UNESCO World Heritage Sites of Ellora and Ajanta Caves. Free parking is available.

Guests can arrange day trips or rent cars at the tour desk. The hotel also provides business services like fax and photocopying. Laundry services and a souvenir shop are also available. Croquet can be played at the property. Guests can enjoy Chinese cuisine at the specialty restaurant, Tea House.

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MARKETS

Gul Mandi Market (Aurangabad)

The heart of the old Aurangabad.This area is mostly crowded, as 'mandi' means market.

An example of how a typical Indian marketplace is like.Situated right here is the famous 'Supari Hanuman' temple. It's spire is ornately carved and painted. Observe the laning system, the architecture of the old buildings here.

Every place has a distinct bazaar, so does Aurangabad. Amongst all the famous and well-known ones, Gul Mandi is the largest bazaar in Aurangabad.

Trading of the famous Himroo shawls and saree takes place here. Himroo is known for its cloth & the intricate designs inspired by peacocks, flowers, etc from the caves of Ajanta & Ellora.

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MALLS

Prozone Mall AurangabadProzone Aurangabad, designed to be a ‘horizontal mall’ on the lines of international developments,

Prozone Mall is one of the largest, as well as one of the first horizontally designed shopping malls in India.[ It has over 600,000 sq ft (56,000 m2) of retail space[3] and was the first modern mall in Aurangabad.is spread over 20 acres (8.1 ha). It is a two floor (ground + 1st level) structure. The mall was inaugurated on 8 October 2010 by Hrithik Roshan.Prozone Aurangabad has more than 150 retail stores selling top local and international brands, a five-screen cinema complex, 40,000 sq ft (3,700 m2) family entertainment centre and 3000 parking bays.

There are also plans to build an office complex above the centre. A business class hotel will be constructed to complement the precinct. Additionally, high rise apartments and row bungalows are constructed parallel to the mall.

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Hospitals

JJ Plus Hospitals Aurangabad & NEURON International

JJ Plus Hospitals Pvt. Ltd. Aurangabad is committed to always providing a quality, caring experience for our patients, our communities, and those who serve them.Quality, Caring and Service are the sentinel guideposts for JJ Plus Hospitals, forming the foundation for the hospital's journey from good to great.

Our Patients and Communities are our primary reason for existence. They are at the heart of our mission.Our communities are comprised of our associates, our physicians, other caregivers, and the residents of the areas we serve.

VISIONJJ Plus Hospitals Pvt. Ltd. Aurangabad will be an innovative, leading regional health system dedicated to advancing the health and transforming the lives of the people we serve through excellent clinical quality; accessible, patient-centred, caring service; and unmatched Doctors and employee commitment

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Aurangabad AirportAurangabad Airport 

(IATA: IXU, ICAO: VAAU), is a public airport located in Aurangabad, Maharashtra, India. It is located about 5.5 km east of the city centre, and 11 km from Aurangabad Railway Station, along the Aurangabad-Nagpur State Highway. The airport is owned and operated by the Airports Authority of India, with one passenger terminal with 190,000 square-feet floor area.The Maharashtra Government approved renaming the airport after Chhatrapati Sambhaji Maharaj on 5 March 2020 and said that the cabinet decision would be sent to the Union civil aviation ministry for approval

On 26 April 1993, Indian Airlines Flight 491 (IC 491), A Boeing 737-2A8 (Registered VT-ECQ) was on its connecting route from Delhi to Mumbai with en route stops at Jaipur, Udaipur and Aurangabad. The heavily laden aircraft started its takeoff from Aurangabad's runway 09 in hot and humid temperatures. After lifting off almost at the end of the runway, it impacted heavily with a lorry on a highway at the end of the runway. The left main landing gear, left engine bottom cowling and thrust reverser impacted the left side of the truck at a height of nearly seven feet from the level of the road.

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LIFESTYLE OF AURANGABAD

Lifestyle is the interests, opinions, behaviours, and behavioural orientations of an individual, group, or culture. ... The broader sense of lifestyle as a "way or style of living" has been documented since 1961. Lifestyle is a combination of determining intangible or tangible factors.

Aurangabad, the place of confluence of historical heritage and the developing industrial zones. It has been named after the Mughal emperor Aurangzeb. The place is surrounded by many historical monuments, at the same time bearing the flag of administrative headquarters of the Marathwada division.

This city offers its visitors always eventful experience from ancient UNESCO Heritage Sites to the fastest growing city of Asia

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Crimes In Aurangabad

Crimes Against WomenThe chart below shows how the rate of crimes against women in Aurangabad have changed since 2010. The crime rate represents the number of crime incidences per 100,000 women in the city.

Comparison with national averageThe following chart shows a comparison of the heinous crimes against women recorded in Aurangabad to the national average over the past five years. These crimes have been categorized separately since they are more serious in nature. Crime rate represents the number of crime incidences per 100,000 of the population of the city.

Property CrimesThe chart below shows how the rate of property crimes in Aurangabad have changed since 2010. Crime rate represents the number of crime incidences per 100,000 of the population of the city.

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Aurangabad Police

Maharashtra Police (Marathi: �हाराष्ट्र पोलि�स, IAST:

Mahārāṣṭra Pulīs Sēvā, formerly Bombay State Police) is the law enforcement agency responsible for the Indian state of Maharashtra.

It is headed by Director General of Police and headquartered in Mumbai, Maharashtra.

It is one of the largest police departments in the country, having about 35 district police units in the state.

The Maharashtra Police Department has a strength of nearly 1.95 lakh. [1] It also has 15,000 women in its force.

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Corona virus Cases In Aurangabad

Aurangabad district in Maharashtra’s Marathwada region reported its biggest overnight spike on Thursday with 230 new cases of COVID-19 over a 12-hour span to take the district’s tally to 4,266.

Also read: Coronavirus: Maharashtra adds 3,721 cases as tally crosses 1.35 lakh mark

Authorities said that 124 of these were from Aurangabad city, while the remaining 106 emerged from the rural areas of the district, which is a virus hotbed in the region.As many as 218 persons have succumbed to the virus thus far, with at least 10 COVID-19 related fatalities being reported on Wednesday.

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