Sprawling over a region of 300 sections of land, this lavish and verdant garden of the seventeenth century is presently the home to the Fruit Research Station and Nursery. Once known as the 'Mughal Garden', Himayat Bagh in Aurangabad is another delightful reminiscent of the past. A garden set up amid the rule of the considerable Mughal head Aurangzeb.
Himayat Bagh got its inception from the northern divider encompassing the sovereign's castle. Because of the undesirable exhalation and soddenness of the divider, it was summoned to be pulverized and the place to be made solid. When it was done, the whole place was changed over into a rich and bright garden; accordingly HimayatBagh appeared.