Top Tourist Attractions in Aurangabad Bihar
Bihar‘s Aurangabad district is one of the state’s thirty-eight districts. It now forms part of the Red Corridor. Because of its mostly Rajput population of the Suryavanshi lineage, Aurangabad is frequently referred to as the “Chittorgarh of Bihar.” Aurangabad has only ever chosen Rajput MPs since the first Indian national elections in 952. The Mauryans, Guptas, and Gahadavalas (locally spelled “Gadhwal, Gaharwal in Bihar”) are among the other familial groups represented in Aurangabad.
Best Places to Visit in Aurangabad Bihar
- Deo Kund
- Amjhar Sharif
- Pawai, Mali and Chandangadh
Best Time to Visit in Aurangabad Bihar
All weather is good for travel.
How to Reach Aurangabad Bihar
Aurangabad is a town in north-eastern India, on the national route 02 (Grand Trunk Road) near its intersection with the national highway 98. Bodh Gaya, 70 kilometres (43 miles) to the west, is the next big town.
Some of the major stations/routes from which frequent bus service to and from Aurangabad (Bihar) is accessible include:
- Patna To Aurangabad Bihar Distance By Road: 140 Km
- Ranchi to Aurangabad Bihar approximate distance is 231 Kms
The nearest railway station is Anugrah Narayan Road (AUBR), which is around 09 kilometres from Auragabad City. The major highways connecting Aurangabad to Patna, Daltonganj, New Delhi, and Kolkata are NH-139 (Old NH-98) and NH-19 (Old NH-02).
Bihar is not well connected to the rest of the country’s major cities via regular flights. The nearest airport is in Patna, which is 61 kilometres away.
Airports: Lok Nayak Jayaprakash Airport
Authored By Animesh Sharma