Salim Ali Sarovar is located in Aurangabad. It is placed in the northern a part of the metropolis. During the Mughal duration it was known as Khiziri Talab. It has been renamed after the great ornithologist, naturalist Salim Ali and also referred to as birdman of India. The workplace of Divisional Commissioner Aurangabad division is positioned near it, so is the collector's workplace of Aurangabad District.
In Aurangzeb's time, a massive marsh or tank extended the complete length of the northern wall, but the exhalation and dampness proved bad and Aurangzeb ordered the component at once in the front of his palace to be crammed in and transformed into fields. This reclaimed portion was later developed into Mughal lawn, by means of one of the officers of Aurangzeb's courtroom, with many fruit bearing bushes of different varieties for the royal court and its officials. The the rest was referred to as the Khizri talao that's simply beyond the Delhi gate.