Khuldabad is a city and a Taluka of Aurangabad area in the Indian province of Maharashtra. At first it was known as "Rauzaa" as significance garden of heaven. It is known as the Valley of Saints, or the Abode of Eternity, on the grounds that in the fourteenth century, a few Sufi holy people dwelled here. The place has well known Bhadra Maruti Temple. Individuals originate from Aurangabad and adjacent places by stroll for offering puja on Hanuman Jayanti and on Saturdays in Marathi date-book month "Shravan". Khuldabad is encompassed by a high strengthened divider worked by Aurangzeb. It has seven entryways viz., Nagarkhana, Pangra, Langda, Mangalpeth, Kumbi Ali, Hamdadi and a wicket called Azam Shahi.
The passage toward Aurangabad is drawn nearer by a cleared rising which proceed inside the town for around 200 to 300 feet. The divider has fell at numerous spots and may fall absolutely a little while later. The catacomb of Aurangzeb lies halfway between the north and the south entryways. While one of these is utilized for leading a school, others are separate for the utilization of voyagers. In the focal point of the south side is a nagarkhana and a mosque in the west. A copy of the lobby of the mosque is simply underneath, a trip of steps slipping to it from the skirt of the stage. Appropriate inverse the north end of the mosque is a little open door driving into an inward patio.