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Panchakki derives its name from the water mill that was used during the early years of the 17th Century. Placed in the city of Aurangabad, the mill is pumped with water brought through earthen pipes from the river almost 6 km away and was used to grind grains for pilgrims.
The construction of masonry pillars aids the water flow. Once it reaches the masonry pillar, it falls from that height to transform into a splendid waterfall.
The entry fee is Rs 5 for Indians and Rs 100 for Foreigners.