Pune is one of the most historical and beautiful city in India, enriched with many amazing places and aesthetic architecture. This city is a mixture of capitalism, spiritualism and ancient architecture. Nowadays this is playing a vital role in knowledge and business. Pune is also recognized for Osho Intl’ Mediation resort. This city was taken by the British emperor in 1817. This city is the 7th most populous city in Maharashtra state. The population of Pune in 6,226,959 with an area of 270 sq mi. The beauty of this city is not only the reason to come here but also its food and culture is also pleases people.
There are so many places in Pune to visit, which is enriched with aesthetic creation from ancient time. Some of these places are described below.
• Aga Khan Palace:
This ancient place is situated beside of Mula River in Yerwada, covering an area of 6.5 hectare. This was built in 1892 by Sultan Aga Khan III. This is the place where Mahatma Gandhi’ movement against British emperor in 1942. In this place Mahatma’s wife and his secretary were died, their shrines are kept here near the garden.
• Raja Dinakr Kelkar Museum:
This museum is having a collection of fraction of the 20,000 odd objects of Indian daily life, includes hookah, lamps, cloth many other things.
• Shaniwar Wada:
This structure was built in 1732, situated in the old part of the Pune city. This famous Shaniwar Wada was destroyed by fire in 1828. In the evening there is a funny environment start here with the presentation of sound and light show.
• Tribal Cultural Museum:
This museum is having collections of jewellery, utensils and instruments from tribal people. This will help to know about life and belongings of the tribal people.
• Pataleshvara Cave Temple:
This is a 8th century temple decorated with ancient design and architecture. It is symbol of old cultured people in pune.
A huge number of people from different countries of the world come to Pune for visiting the aesthetic and lovely places. The beauty and charm of the Pune pleases all visitor and welcome them with heartiest hospitality.