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Pune- Sprawling and dynamic, Pune is the epitome of India’s future goals. The centre of business and education, the city also brims with culture and customs. This busy student city strives for the India of the future, whilst still celebrating its traditions and heritage. There are many temples to explore, as well as the 2,000-year-old Sinhagad Fort and the Shaniwar Wada palace – built in 1740 and featuring a gate large enough for an elephant to pass through.

Places To Visit:

Shaniwar Vada- was once a stately mansion, built as a home for the Peshwas, its foundation was laid by Bajirao in 1730AD, it is a great place to visit for tourists who wish to peek into the city’s past.

1) Aga Khan Palace-is well known for its architectural excellence and historical significance. The Palace is now the Headquarters of the Gandhi National memorial society.

2) Dagdusheth Halwai Ganpati Temple- is a divine place of worship used to worship Ganpati, this temple is known for its religious festivities. The temple receives thousands of devotees a day who come to attend the daily prayers.

3) Osho Ashram- is a tranquil place which will bring you to your own centre of peace, meditation and unity. The ideologies of Osho can also be found here.

4) Vetal Tekdi- is one of Pune’s well-known landmarks, it is also known as Hanuman Tekdi, MIT Tekdi, and Pashan Tekdi.

5) Lal Mahal-is located near Shaniwar Vada and is subject to innumerable attacks and initial revival. The palace has multiple significant stories to tell about its past. It was first restored by Shivaji’s father Shahaji Bhosle for his family in the 1630’s.

6) Raja Dinakar Kelkar Museum- is built in a Rajasthani style, it adorns artefacts from D.G. Kelkar and other paintings of religious Gods and some fine specimens of ancient pottery and paintings.

7) Vishrambaug Vada- Although Vishrambaug Vada is known for its beautiful wooden facades only its ruins can be seen today but these hints tell you many stories about Marathi Culture and History.

8) Katraj Snake Park- has a temple and various rare species of snakes you can also find birds and Turtles in that area.

9) Pune Okayama Friendship Garden- is a Japanese garden situated in Pune it is the largest Japanese Garden out of Japan in Asia. It is also known as Pu La Deshpande Udyan named after a famous Marathi writer and humorist.

10) Joshi’s Museum of Miniature Railways- is situated in Erandwane suburbs of Pune, it features multiple miniature train stations and many intricate models of cities in India.

11) Parvati Hill Temple- was once the private shrine which belonged to the Peshwas and was built in the 17th century by Balaji Baji Rao. The temple overlooks the whole of the city as it is 108 flights above the city of Pune.


12) Khadakwasla Dam-is a very attractive tourist destination in Pune and is also a significant work of engineering in Pune the dam also form a reservoir known as the Khadakwasla Lake which provides a quick getaway for visitors.


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