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 (ou-rŭng′gə-bäd′, -ə-bäd′)
A town of western India east-northeast of Mumbai. Founded in 1610, it is near the site of a mausoleum erected by Aurangzeb in honor of his empress.
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Not far off rose Ellora, with its graceful pagodas, and the famous Aurungabad, capital of the ferocious Aureng-Zeb, now the chief town of one of the detached provinces of the kingdom of the Nizam.
The programme has attracted students from 4000 colleges, with more than 75 percent of all applications coming from colleges in tier II and tier III like Meerut, Vishakhapatnam, Guwahati and Aurungabad.
She was accidentally allowed to wield her trusty trishul on a domestic flight recently from Aurungabad to Mumbai, but it's likely the police will take that from her if and when they need to invite her into a jail cell.