The Dargah of Baba Shah Muzaffar is located on left bank of the Kham River, on Panchakki road in Aurangabad . Baba Shah Muzaffar was a Sufi saint and a great spiritual advisor of Aurangzeb. He built a memorial where Baba Shah Muzaffar was buried within the grounds.
Another attractive feature of the place is watermill known as the Panchakki. Water pumped underground from a reservoir in the hills 6-km away collects in a tank, now teeming with enormous Khol fish, to drive a small grindstone once used to mill flour for the members of the Madrasa, or theological college, next door. Directly beneath the fish tank, sealed behind a wall at ground level by the river, is a large assembly hall supported by four rows of enormous pillars. The whole complex was an impressive engineering feat for its time.
is a major city of Maharashtra and has an airport of its own.
Road: It is also well connected by rail with all the major cities within and outside the state.
Road: MTDC ply buses regularly from Mumbai, Nashik, Nagpur, Pune, etc. Tourists can get down in Aurangabad and take either taxi or auto rickshaw and reach this monument, which is frequently visited not only by Indians but also people from other countries.
Accommodation facilities are available at the various hotels at Aurangabad.