Aurangabad situated in Maharashtra, a famous tourist place best recognized for the Ajanta and Ellora caves, the world heritage place greeted by UNESCO. The city named after the Mughal Emperor Aurangabad is commonly referred as "The city of Gates" outstanding the presence of a large number of these throughout the region. A popular tourist destination resting at the path of the Ajanta and Ellora caves. Aurangabad is characterized by the presence of several historical memories and modern day constructions such as BibiKaMaqbara and Dr.Babasaheb, Ambedkar, Marathwada University. The district of Aurangabad comes under the Marathwada area which has become a part of the state of Maharashtra only in 1960 as Aurangabad partition. Since then the industrialization process of the areas commenced and the city of Aurangabad started to feature on the industry map of India.
Nowadays the Aurangabad city has well developed in the sectors of cotton, silk and textile industry which is famous for the production of single kind of fabrics known locally as Himroo textile. The Aurangabad city has also been known nationwide for the production of silk sarees and various other manufacturing products like silk mills and standard silk mills are traditionally produced. Other industries include automotive, medicines, consumer durables, breweries, plastic material and aluminium processing, biotech and agriculture components.
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