Sunheri Mahal is a royal residence situated in the lower region of the Aurangabad Caves in the Paharsingpura zone of Aurangabad.
Soneri Mahal was worked by a Bandalkchief who went with Aurangzeb into the Dakhan. The Mahal was worked between 1651 AD 1653 AD at an expense of Rs.50, 000 of every 1934 AD it was offered to the Nizam of Hyderabad for Rs.26, 400. The Mahal is named after the artworks in the royal residence that were once painted in gold.
It is a two put away structure developed in a commonplace Rajput style. The royal residence is comprised of limestone. Rambling more than two stories, the royal residence remains as a declaration of Indian compositional quality with some multifaceted beautifications everywhere. An all-around manicured garden adds to its magnificence. The passage of the Palace is enriched with delightfully done curves.
The Palace includes a historical center inside which shows antiquated stoneware, figures, family things, collectibles survives from neighborhood castles. This gallery is situated inside, the Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University grounds.
Soneri Mahal in Aurangabad is where the Ajanta Ellora cavern celebrations are presently held. The royal residence is the setting for the Aurangabad Festival, where artists play out their specialty. During the celebration, the local craftsman additionally set up numerous slows down to sell their ancient rarities. The Aurangabad celebration is clubbed with Ellora celebration celebrated in the long stretch of December.
It is probably the best spot to visit in Aurangabad. Soneri Mahal has situated a good ways off of 2 km from Bibi Ka Maqbara 6 km from Aurangabad Railway Station.
Passage Fee: Rs. 25 for Indian Rs. 250 for Foreigners.
Timings: 9 AM to 5 PM on the entire days aside from Mondays.