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  • Mahatma Phule Wada Pune

    Phule Wada Pune – Know Facts, Timings & Location

    Phule Wada is a well-known place in Pune that shares its history with the renowned social reformer Mahatma Phule. It is situated in the Ganj Peth area near Pune railway station. Built in 1852, it was once the residence of Mahatma Phule and his wife Savitribai Phule. It is now a museum that displays their […] More

  • Pune Tribal Museum

    Pune Tribal Museum – Know Facts, Timings & Location

    Considered one of the most prominent museums in Pune, the Pune Tribal Museum is dedicated to the tribal culture of Maharashtra. It is a cultural heritage that depicts its tribal world through the art and lifestyle of the tribes including Sahyadri, Marai, Gondwana, Danteshwari, Bahiram, Baghdeo, etc. Set up in 1962, it is situated on […] More

  • Tilak Museum Pune

    Unfolding Bal Gangadhar Tilak’s life – Tilak Museum Pune

    Considered one of the most prominent museums of Pune, the Tilak Museum is a memorial that provides us with an opportunity to connect with Lokmanya Tilak, who was an Indian nationalist, a social reformer, and a freedom activist. It is situated on the second floor of Kesariwada in the Narayan Peth area of Pune, which […] More

  • Shaniwar Vada Pune

    Shaniwar Wada Pune – Know History, Facts, Timings & Location

    Considered the symbol of Pune culture, Shaniwar Wada is a popular palace situated in the Kasbapeth area of Pune. Erected in the 1730s, it was the base for the Peshwa emperors till 1818 when the Peshwas abdicated the throne to the British. An unexplained fire resulted in the destruction of the fort in 1828, but […] More

  • Lal Mahal Pune

    Lal Mahal Pune – Know History, Facts, Timings & Location

    The Lal Mahal is a red-colored palace that shares an intense connection with the great Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj, the founder of the Maratha Empire. Located in the Kasbapeth area of Pune, it is one of the most popular monuments in India. Shivaji Raje’s father Shahaji Bhosale established this palace for his wife Jijabai and son […] More

  • Pune Darshan - Aga Khan Palace Pune

    Aga Khan Palace – Know History, Facts, Timings & Location

    Erected in 1892, the Aga Khan Palace is one of the finest masterpieces of India. It is located in Pune on Pune-Ahmednagar Road near Yerwada and it was Sultan Mohammed Shah Aga Khan III who led its construction. The purpose behind it was to serve the poor in the neighborhood of Pune, who were badly […] More

  • pataleshwar cave temple

    Pataleshwar Cave Temple – Know History, Facts, Timings & location

    Being one of the oldest temples in Pune, the Pataleshwar cave temple is a rock-cut cave temple that was built during the Rashtrakuta dynasty in the 8th century. This temple is a reminiscent of Ellora and was carved out of a single gigantic basalt rock. It was originally built outside of town but due to […] More

  • Savitribai Phule Pune University

    Savitribai Phule Pune University – Oxford of the East

    Considered one of the leading universities in India, the Savitribai Phule Pune University formerly known as University of Pune is situated in the northwestern region of Pune. It is spread over 411 acres campus and houses around 46 academic departments. Established on 10th February, 1948 under the Poona University Act, this institution is one of […] More

  • Pune Darshan - Aga Khan Palace Pune

    Pune Darshan – Best Way to Tour Youth City of India

    Popularly known as the cultural capital of Maharashtra or ‘Queen of Deccan’, a visit to Pune is completely incomplete without Pune Darshan. The PMPML (Pune Mahanagar Parivahan Mahamandal Limited) operates a city tour that provides an opportunity to the tourists to explore, experience, and feel the essence of this wonderful city at reasonable rates. This […] More