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Aga Khan Palace
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Pune

Pune is likewise called as Puna. Pune is an eighth metropolitan city in India. Pune is a cultural capital of maharashtra. It is a second biggest state in Maharashtra. Pune has numerous spots to home base.

Pune is one city in Maharashtra worth going by for its rich memorable past and additionally dazzling modern charm. The green hills and excellent lakes of Pune without a doubt hypnotize the visitors.

In the prior times, the city had been the residence of Shivaji – the Maratha pioneer. Recognized for its educational institutions, Pune is likewise called ‘The Oxford of the East’.

This wonderful city watches vivacious nightlife and bubbling feeling. Otherwise called ‘The Queen of the Deccan’, Pune is the portal to the famous hill stations of Maharashtra. Pune is turning into hot-spot for IT and auto organizations. Spots to visit in the city are Aga Khan Palace, Osho Ashram, Panshet Water Park, Dagadusheth Halwai Ganapati Temple, Hinjawadi, Magarpatta, Omkareshwar Temple, Shaniwar Wada and so on. It likewise houses the well known hill statiion Lonavala-Khandala.

 
 

Food

Pune has a mixture of Food and cuisines. A typical supper thing is bhakri-pitla, or flat millet pancakes and flour-based curry. Exquisite things, for example, chivda and bakarvadi, and desserts are accessible in different shops and restaurants. Street vendors likewise offer snacks, for example, Vada pav, Bhelpuri, Misal and Kutchi Dabeli. One can likewise find the Mastani, a thick milkshake with dried foods grown from the ground, which is named after Queen Mastani of the Peshwas.

 

Here is the rundown of spots where you can revel in Pune rarities:

 

–   Maharashtrian thali at Sharvaree/ Shabree/ Durvankur/ Sukant

–   Vada pav at Joshi Vadewala

–   Sea food at Nisarg/ Rahul

–   Burger at Burger King

–   Biryani at Aba Cha Dhaba

–   Sandwiches at Marz-O-Rin

–   Pithla Bhakri at Sinhgad

–   Misal at Bedekar

–   Sizzlers at Yana

 

 

Festival

The rich cultural legacy of Pune is brought to existence with an impeccable mix of history, music and dance. Due to a large number of student population, Pune also hosts many youth festivals.

The Shaniwarwada Dance Festival held under the support of The Pune Festival.

In December, Pune has the Sawai Gandharva Music Festival. It is devoted to the classical forms of music — both Hindustani and Carnatic.

 

Ganesh Festival : This is the most paramount and greatest festival in Pune. It falls on the fourth day of the splendid fortnight of Bhadrapada (August – September).

 

Pune Festival : Pune celebration is held in the middle of August and September amid Ganesh Mahotsav. It is the greatest celebration of Pune.

 

Shivaji Maharaj Jayanti : Celebrated as the birthday of Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj in Maharashtra on nineteenth February, Shivaji Maharaj Jayanti happens to be a celebration that is cheered with magnificence.

 

The Osho celebration : This is an alternate global gather puller in Pune. Held in the Osho Aashram in Koregaon Park, followers and adherents of Bhagwaan Rajneesh make it a point to attend.

 

 

Pune is the second biggest city in Maharashtra after Mumbai that encompasses number of traveler destinations – pilgrimage centers and hill stations along these lines, you ought to inquire the best time to visit Pune. That being said, Pune encounters both hot and frosty atmospheres in a year however the months of October to February is the perfect time to visit Pune as the atmosphere is charming with cool and damp environment and makes it ideal for sightseeing.

Pune is considered by numerous to be Maharashtra’s cultural capital.the culture of Pune incorporates both the conventional Maharashtrian way of life that is common in the heart of the city, and additionally a present day, dynamic standpoint coming about because of its being a center for education and liberal thought. Individuals from different religions and talking distinctive regional languages live here. It additionally has different cultural occasions as the year progressed.

Pune is turning into a party destination with people from multinational cultures. Discos, pubs and bars are getting to be normal in Pune.

 

Market

 

Laxmi Road: Famous for row upon row of garment of clothing shops. The market street is almost 4 km long. It begins from the Alka Talkies Square and runs directly through the old city ending at the Cantonment zone. Laxmi Road is not opened on Mondays and in the evenings.

 

Fergusson College Road: FC Road market sector is the main attraction among college going swarm as their most loved shopping and hangout. FC Road has a great deal of book shops, sweet shops and piece of clothing shops offering stuff on sensibly low costs. You simply can’t stand to miss it.

 

Fashion Street: Fashion Street spot is considered as one of the elegant markets of Pune with in excess of 450 stalls and well-to-do swarm. Style Street in Pune panders to your each need, from garments to footwear.

 

Bajirao Road, which extends from Puram Chowk to Shaniwarwada royal residence, happens to be a paramount area in principle market of Pune. In spite of the fact that it is the furniture market sector of Pune, shops offering pieces of clothing are likewise there.

 

The Hong Kong Market Lane is spotted in Deccan close to the Garware Bridge and offers a lovely collection of bags, garments, embellishments, books and footwear. This spot is extremely popular for offering foreign products. You can discover junk gems and extras, for both men and ladies.

 

Mahatma Gandhi Road is a spot with big stores. There are likewise impermanent street stalls generally offering pieces of clothing along these huge stores. Mahatma Gandhi Road, in the same way as Laxmi Road is additionally restricted. This spot is superb for night home bases. It is shut on Sundays and in the evenings.

 

Juna Bazaar or Old Market is a spot for adornments like pieces of jewelry, screwdrivers and door hinges. Obsolescent coins are coolly sold here. Worn out trousers, old silk saris and even second hand floppies are accessible here. Juna Bazaar runs each Wednesday and Sunday on a piece of the Vir Santaji Ghorpade Path, close Maldhaka Chowk.

 

Tulsi Baug is a loud and sloppy market territory with interim stalls and lined shops. Anyway here, travelers can get family unit things; adornments, Maharashtrians customary products, pearl nose ring, neckband and the nine-yard sarees from this occupied market.

 
 

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