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Exploring Pune


SHANIWARWADA was the stately mansion originally built as the residence of the Peshwas VISHRAMBAUG WADA is a three-storeyed mansion with its famous entrance is another of Pune's attractions, which symbolises and tells tales of Pune's rich culture and heritage. Now serving as a post office, this place has carved woodwork in its balcony and is located on Bajirao Road.

AGA KHAN PALACE , a national monument of India’s freedom movement. The palace has developed into a national and international place of pilgrimage with over a lakh of visitors every year who come to pay homage to the samadhis here.


THE SHINDE CHATRI is a temple campus built by Mahadji Shinde in 1794,The marvellousarchitecture of the temple remains unaffected by sands of time.

is a religious shrine has grand statues of Nandi, Sita, Ram, Lakshman, Lakshmi, Ganesh and an over-sized shivalingam under its roof.

temple houses the idol of Shree Siddhivinayak (God who makes wishes true. A sacred ground of faith for millions of devotees in Pune and around the world


OSHO INTERNATIONAL MEDITATION RESORT is a great place for visitor to indulge in themselves and in the company of vistors from around more than 100 countries thorughout the world.This lush contemporary 40-acre meditation resort is a tropical oasis where nature and the 21st Century blend seamlessly, both within and without .

Situated in Khadakwasala, the National Defense Academy (NDA) is a treat to see. Excluding the drive till NDA, the greenery and picturesque surroundings make it one of the best drives in and around Pune. 17 km from Pune, NDA is the only academy in the world, where all the three forces are trained together.

KONAK PARK This aviary cum birds research centre houses the most unique and beautiful species of birds.

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