More from Pitalkhora and Aurangabad Professor Ganvir explains how channels dug into the rock at Pitalkhora drew monsoon rains away from the caves and out through this fountain shaped as a multi-headed snake. You can see the traces of that snake just above the shadow of his hand. Professors Ganvir and Rotter at the crumbling caves of Pitalkhora. Fortunately none of the local jaguars, bears, or swarms of honeybees decided to join us there. SRS India greets you from the Bibi ka Maqbara, a tomb built in the architectural tradition of the Taj Mahal and Akbar’s tomb, for the wife of the Mughal emperor Aurangzeb by their son.