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Tours in Pune

Explore Pune

Explore the blend of ancient and modern here

Pune epitomises the term ‘New India’ and for a pretty good reason. With its blend of capitalism and spiritualism, the city has become a hub for both the modern dwellers and of course, the people who call it their home.

From a place ruled by the Peshwas of the Maharashtra to the monsoon capital of British Presidency, Pune has come a long way. The salubrious climate of Pune in contrast to heavy rains of Mumbai is the top reason why it was chosen as the Monsoon capital of Bombay Presidency. This points to the fact that Pune can be explored any time of the year.

After the image overhaul of Pune in 1990s as around that time globalization took over, Pune has truly become the blend of new and old. Thus, one has plethora of options when it comes to exploring Pune. One usually starts their exploration of this city from the famous Aga Khan Palace known for both its architectural excellence and historical importance. The Palace was built by Sultan Muhammed Shah Aga Khan III in 1982 and has been important in various defining moments throughout Independence struggle of India.

Walk through this grand building to discover how the blend of the Italian arches and expansive lawns look. The entire palace is spread across 19 acres with five halls and a 2.5 metre wide corridor now used as the headquarters of the Gandhi National Memorial Society. Visiting this structure not only takes you back in the past but is also a haven for people who want to know everything about Gandhi. You can find artefacts, pictures, photographs and other things to give an informative time about the life of Mahatma Gandhi.

Next comes one of the most popular tourist destinations of Maharashtra - Shaniwar Wada. For all those curious about the rich history of the Peshwas, this place should be on your list of must-visit places. Built by the Peshwa ruler Bajirao Peshwa I himself, the entire fort is spread across 625 acres making it a place where one could spend the entire day. As you enter the fort, you are greeted by the majestic statue of Bajirao Peshwa I. Spend the day exploring the various forts and fountains of the place and be mesmerized with the sheer intelligence of the builders and artisans of that period. 

The fort is a testament to the famous Bollywood movie ‘Bajirao Mastani’ as it is also the love-nest of Bajirao and his first wife, Kashi. Today, this tourist destination has acquired its own status amidst the most haunted places in the country and that is all the more reason why one should visit it.

Once you move out of the paranormal places of Pune, head to Osho Ashram for a zen-like state of mind. Also known as Osho Meditation Resort, the Ashram is located at a distance of just 500 metres from V Resorts Comfort Stay Pune. People who want to rejuvenate, unwind and take a break from the hustle bustle of the city should definitely pay this serene resort a visit. You get to experience a sense of peace, calm and oneness when you try their unique blend of meditation techniques. The Greek style behind the decor of the resort adds to the solitude of the place. One can also go through the ideologies of Osho here and look within and dwell on the meaning of life. With many tourists visiting this place every year, especially foreigners, this ashram should be explored by everyone who visits Pune.

Pune has a lot to offer and apart from its ashrams, forts, palaces, memorials, there is the Munshi Lake and Dam and Bund Garden for the nature lovers. Since the National Defence Academy is situated in Pune itself, there is also the National War Museum maintained by the various people from different walks of life. The War Museum fills a person with patriotism and reminds them why the Indian Army should be respected and how much they have done for our country.

So, Pune is not only a blend of old and new but it is also a place ideal for every kind of traveller. You just need to find the place that suits your interests the best.

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