City and a Taluka of Aurangabad district in the Indian state of Maharashtra.- Khuldabad
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One of the 36 districts of the state of Maharashtra in western India.
The district comprises nine tehsils: Kannad, Soyagaon, Sillod, Phulambri, Aurangabad, Khuldabad, Vaijapur, Gangapur, and Paithan.the new proposal for tehsil is lasur and pishor.
Indian Sunni Muslim scholar, Sufi saint of the Chishti Order, and is one of the most famous Sufis from the Indian Subcontinent.
His shrine is in Khuldabad in Maharashtra.
The Valley of Saints is located in Khuldabad, a town in the Aurangabad district of Maharashtra, India.
Briefly the Mughal emperor ((r.
His grave along with that of his wife, lies in the dargah complex of Sufi saint, Sheikh Zainuddin, at Khuldabad near Aurangabad, which also houses the tomb of Aurangzeb to the west.
Siddi military leader and prime minister who became a kingmaker and de facto ruler of the Ahmadnagar Sultanate in the Deccan region of India.
Malik Ambar's tomb lies in Khuldabad, near the shrine of the famous Sufi saint Zar Zari Baksh.
The sixth emperor of the Mughal Empire, reigning from July 1658 until his death.
His modest open-air grave in Khuldabad, Aurangabad, Maharashtra expresses his deep devotion to his Islamic beliefs.
The 1st Nizam of Hyderabad, a trusted nobleman and General of Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb.
He died on 1 June 1748 aged 77 at Burhanpur, and was buried at mazaar of Shaikh Burhan ud-din Gharib Chisti, Khuldabad, near Aurangabad, the place where Nizams mentor Aurangazeb is also buried.
Indian Sufi who belonged to the Chishti Order.
He remained for some time at Daulatabad and then left for Roza (Khuldabad), where he died in AH 741 (1344 AD).
The eighth and last ruler of the Qutb Shahi dynasty, sovereign of the Kingdom of Golconda in Deccan.
When the sultan died, he was buried in a modest grave at Khuldabad, within the shrine of Shah Raju Qattal, a Sufi saint whose descendant Razi al-din Raju Qattal was held in great reverence by the sultan.
One of the earliest Sufis of the Chishti Order, the most dominant of all the Sufi orders in the Indian subcontinent.
With 700 disciples, Zar Zari Zar Baksh came to Aurangabad, and is said to have converted a Hindu princess near a well at Khuldabad.