Pune city tour
2.538 million population of Pune city
Pune city attracts to students and professionals, Employee who working mostly in IT from all over India and all over world Pune is the best city it is greatest and leading Industrial fastest growing cities. Pune’s population increasing continuously, Last 15 years due to tremendous development in construction sector, and various industrial development, also most important Information Technology sector.
Good Education environment in Pune:
Pune city attracts students from all over india also the all over world. Education one of the attraction for student pune’s Education is the finest in India and it has various types, various branches, B-school, Engineer school also one more attraction reason for teenager / student to come in pune and good for internship. India’s first prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru, Who said about pune pune is “ The Oxford of the east”. It is also said that pune is the cultural capital of maharashtra. Pune is an educational center of India. Pune having its own history: Pune – a centre of many activities during the freedom movement, interested in history and architecture, Pune’s culture now a mix of the modern interlaced with the old. Tourist quite impressed to see an old fort in the heart of the city and glass architecturally modern buildings all in the same city. Like Visapur fort, sinhagad fort, torna fort, raigad fort, rajmachi fort, lohagad fort, attract mostly trekkers.
Aga Khan Palace
Aga Khan Palace was Built in 1892 by Sultan Muhammed Shah Aga Khan, Aga Khan Palace pune is place national monument. Gandhiji and his wife Kasturba Gandhi and his secretary Mahadev Desai were interned in the palace from 09/08/1942 to 06/05/1944, Aga Khan Palace was donated by by Aga Khan IV to the Indian people or to indian Government
Mr. Dagdusheth Halwai was came from karnataka and settled in pune become a successful sweetmeat seller and a rich businessman. Afterword, he lost his son in a plague epidemic. Then he and his wife go into deep depression and he meet their Guru Shri Madhavnath Maharaj to get blesing himself from his Guru, Shri Madhavnath Maharaj who tell him build Shri ganesha Temple, and Dagdusheth Halwai started to build it it was completed in 1893. Lokmanya Tilak the Indian Nationalist leader was a close friend of Dagdusheth, who saw such dedication towards ganesha and also see the builded temple in the idea of celebrating Shri Ganesh fastival publicly and festival struck him. Lokmanya Tilak who started Ganapati festival as public festival to celebration to bring people together for the freedom fighting/ struggle, agdusheth Ganpati became the most respected and popular idol in Pune. Thousand of people visited Dagdusheth ganpati in every day,
Raja dinkar kelkar museum:
Raja Dinkar Kelkar Museum is the finest museums in the Shukrawar Peth, Pune city on the Bajirao Road, Pune, Raja Dinkar Kelkar Museum is personal collection of Dr Dinkar had more than 15,000. all personally collected by Dr. Kelkar from all over india and world. When his son (Raja Dinkar) died at the age of seven, he decided to do something in his remembrance and that is how the idea of building this museum. Dr. Kelkar handover his collection to the Government of Maharashtra. A Department of Archaeology Now the museum has 20,000 different articles. Dr Dinkar G. Kelkar who preserved some of its in Raja dinkar kelkar museum when the palace was dismantled. He tried to recreate the beauty of Mastani’s Mahal.
Timing & visiting fee
Open: 9 am to 6 pm ( all days open)
Entry fee: Rs 20
Parvati is one of the favourite relaxation spots of punekar and also many tourist come over there. beautiful natural scenery.
It was built during the rule of the Peshwa the Parvati Temples is on parvati hill are the oldest heritage structures. Panoramic view of Pune From Parvati Hill interesting museum situated on Parvati hill is an interesting museum that commemorates the Peshwa rule. Near the museum is located Shrimant Nanasaheb Peshwa Samadhi Sthan. Visite Parvati hill: Parvati is located in the centre of the pune city. It is near from swargate. From Deccan 4 Kms, pune station to Parvati hill around 8 kms.
“ Pataleshwar caves” is central of pune. From pune station to Pataleshwar just 4 kms.
It just minutes drive from Pune Station to Pataleshwar Caves. Kesarinandan travels refers their guest to visit Pataleshwar Caves go by car. Near places from Pataleshwar caves mahatma phule museum, Parvati Hill, Shivaji Nagar Near Pataleshwar Cave, kamala nehru park at prabhat road, University of pune University Circle, Tinmukhi mata mandir pune Nehru Stadium, Mangla Theatre, Balgandharva Rangmandir, Vishrambaug Wada Palace.
Vishrambaug Wada luxurious palace built in the 1740s residence of Peshwa of Maratha. Vishram (Rest) baug (Garden) wada (Homestead). vishrambaug attract tourist who come pune tour. Vishrambaug Wada having good structure it carved woodwork, the structure quite famous for its fine entrance and their balcony with carved woodwork. three storied building, it was build in six years to complete the construction of Vishrambaug, built in 1811 by last Peshwa Baji Rao the second. It has great history the sanskrit school was started in vishrambaug wada, then it was engineering government college, also deccan college, even pune university. And Initially the mansion was a poona corporation office till year 1958. Now vishrambaug wada is a post office and a few other government offices run here.
Chaturshringi literally means “four peaks, temple has shrines of Durga, Laxmi, Vishnu. Chaturshringi is middle of the pune city and it is called the green haven. at the time of navratri estival, the entire temple is lit up with lamps making it a beautiful sight. Goddess Chaturshringi, known as Goddess Ambareshwari, is considered to be the presiding deity of the city of Pune.
Arriving pune station or pune airport as you turn onto Senapati bapat road from before University circle, University road, just in second you will be reached the entrance to the Chaturshringi on the right side. parking available within the temple premises. kids can enjoy with games, Chaturshringi Temple on hill area, around 100 steps to climb to go to main temple, it is a good option for a morning/evening exercise also its spiritual one should get inner peace, enjoy hill area, natural greenery, at one place also kids enjoy. small hill station nearest pune city a good option to visit Chaturshringi.
Rajiv gandhi zoological park:
Rajiv Gandhi Zoological Park has been open to the public from 1999. Just 11 kms away from pune station and 22kms from pune airport to Rajiv Gandhi Zoological national Park, after arrive pune airport you can go by cab within 1hr. Rajiv gandhi zoological park is situated in katraj, pune- satara road- Highway opposite katraj dairy. Near bharti vidyapith.