Dating in aurangabad
Buddhism is followed by 178,307 people (15.17%), Christianity is followed by 10,060 people (0.86%), Jainism by 19,073 (1.62%), Sikhism by 3,427 (0.29%).Around 0.04% stated 'other Religion', and about 0.15% stated 'No Particular Religion'.The lava flows are overlain by thin alluvial deposits along the Kham and Sukhana river.The basaltic lava flows belonging to the Deccan Trap is the only major geological formation occurring in Aurangabad.During the period of the British Raj, the city was known as Aurungábád.Aurangabad was a part of the Princely State of Hyderabad during the British Raj, until its annexation into the Indian Union after the Indian Independence in 1947, and thereafter a part of Hyderabad state of India until 1956.
His son and successor, Nizam Ali Khan Asaf Jah II transferred his capital from Aurangabad to Hyderabad in 1763.
In 1956 it became a part of newly formed bilingual Bombay state and in 1960 it became a part of Maharashtra state.
The co-ordinates for Aurangabad are N 19° 53' 47" – E 75° 23' 54". Climate Classification: Aurangabad features a semiarid climate under the Köppen climate classification.
Hinduism is the majority religion in Aurangabad city at 51.07% with 600,183 followers.
Islam is the second most popular religion in the city with 361,817 people (30.79%) following it.
Temperature: Annual mean temperatures in Aurangabad range from 17 to 33 °C, with the most comfortable time to visit in the winter – October to February.