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Tourist Attraction in Pune

There will be endless things to do in Pune some of which are listed below


Sightseeing: You must visit the Aga Khan Palace, Raja Dinkar Kelkar Museum, Shaniwar Wada, Tribal cultural Museum, Pataleshavra Cave Temple and Katraj Snake Park & Zoo.


Restaurants- Taste delectable cuisines and gulp in refreshing beverages at Malak Spice, Dario’s, Swiss Cheese Garden, Coffee House, Flags etc.


Activities- Experience the power of Meditation at Osho International Meditation Resort and attend classes at the famous Ramamani Iyengar Memorial Yoga Institute.

    Osho Ashram, also known as the Osho Communal Centre is situated at the greenery area of 17 Koregoan Park of Pune, Maharashtra. The Ashram offers a var...

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    With pleasant lawns and the famous Ganesh temple built by Madhavrao Peshwa, Saras Baug is a popular evening spot in Pune. An exquisitely landscaped pl...

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    Lohagarh fort or the Iron fort was built in the early 18th century by the Jat ruler, Maharaja Suraj Mal. It is believed that it took nearly twenty yea...

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    Location : Pune, Maharashtra Presiding Deity: Lord Shiva Amidst modern high-rise structures and developments, at Jungli Maharaj Road, housed in ca...

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    Nageshwar Temple is one of the oldest temples of Pune, Maharashtra. It has been there since the times of Sant Jnaneshwar and Tukaram. It is a common b...

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    Parasailing is the airborne sport that sets your pulse racing & pumps adrenaline throughout your body. It is a must sport for all those who w...

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    Peshwe Udyan Zoo is located next to Saras Baug in Pune . It is maintained by the Pune Municipal Corporation and houses a variety of species of wild an...

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    The Jejuri is one the popular pilgrim centres of Maharashtra, located 38 kms. from Pune and 60 kms. from Sholapur. It houses a temple dedicated to Lor...

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    Christ Church is said to be the major Church in Maharashtra and there are about 2000 members of the Church. A missionary from Scotland recognized this...

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    The Church was consecrated on 29th October 1869 during the British regime. The Governor of that time used to come to this Church. The Flags of those t...

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    Bhimashankar Wildlife Sanctuary is situated in the northern region of Western Ghats. It covers the area of three districts i.e. of Pune, Raigad, ...

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    This Church Will Stand Till the Second Coming" this is what Sadhu Sunder Singh said about this Church when he visited it in 1917. The construction of ...

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    Presently known as Mahatma Gandhi Udyan, these gardens are situated on the banks of Mula-Mutha River. The bund was constructed by Sir Jamshedji Jeejee...

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    Built in 1736, this was once the palace of the Peshwa rulers. After the palace was mysteriously destroyed by fire in 1827, only an old fortified wall,...

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    Pashan Lake is situated in Pune District. The role of the Pashan lake is not confined to being just a glamorous one, to make your evenings pleasant. I...

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    From Pune, around 50-60 Kilometers away is Karla and Bhaja. These have rock-cut caves, carved by Buddhists way back into history around 1st or 2nd cen...

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    Dehu - Alandi -In the 17th century, Dehu was endowed with the birth of great preacher of peace and harmony, popularly known as Tukaram. Dehu is locate...

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    Peshwe Park, also known as Peshwe Udyan Zoo, is located adjoining the Saras Baug, in Pune, Maharashtra. Situated right next to Parvati Hill, it is a v...

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    Located in Katraj, this snake park is home to a number of snakes and other reptiles like crocodiles. One can see Snakes of diferent shapes and sizes i...

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    Chatrapathi Shivaji was born in Shivneri Fort in 1627. The Fort is located at a distance of around 3 km from Junnar (125 km from Pune). Shahaji, fathe...

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