Aurangabad Panchakki also known as the water mill. It is near to " Bibi ka makbara ", takes its call from the mill which used to grind grain for the pilgrims. This monument located in Aurangabad, Maharashtra, shows the clinical idea technique installed medieval Indian structure. It changed into designed to generate strength via water brought down from a spring on a mountain. The constructing, attached to the dargah of Baba Shah Musafir a Sufi saint is positioned in a lawn near the Mahmud Darvaza and consist of a mosque, a madrassa, a kacheri, a minister's house, a sarai and homes for zananas.
Most of the homes in the dargah complicated had been erected by way of Turktaz Khan, a noble at the team of workers of Nizam-ul-Mulk Asaf Jah in about 1695 A. D. The rectangular reservoir in front of the mosque and fountains were brought 20 years later by Jamil Beg Khan. Dating back to the seventeenth century, this creative water mill was designed to apply the electricity generated via flowing water from a nearby spring to turn the large grinding stones of the flour mill. Shah Mosafar died in Hijri 1110. This water mill was used to grind grain for the pilgrims and disciples of saints in addition to for the troops of the garrison.