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This is a place where Shiwaji Maharaj lived in his childhood and later to fight with Aurangazeb,he attacked here when Shahistekhan somehow escaped but lost his fingers.Parents should take children here and explain Shiwaji Maharaj life history.Currently it is under construction.This is red brick mahal.Just...More
This is currently closed for renovations work.It has historical importance of attacking Shahistekhan when he had lost his fingers and escaped somehow.Parents should take children to know shiwaji maharaja
Lal Mahal, as the name suggests, is a red brick building located at Pune. It is an important historical building as it was built by Dadaji Konddev in 1640, two years after he had ownership of Pune city from the Adilshahi Sultans. Konddev brought Shivaji...More
I went to Lal Mahal Chitra. The Lal Mahal is the place where Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj spent most of his childhood. The name Lal Mahal literally means the Red Colourd Palace shares an intense connection with the great Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj, the founder of the...More
One of the historic place in pune. Located near shanivarvada. Mughal king shahistekhan used to stay here during war with Shivaji Maharaja. Shivaji came to Mahal at night and while he was trying to kill shahistekhan his fingers are cut into pieces by Shivaji Maharaja....More
Near to shanivar bada, the guide asked us to visit this place, as in this place the great Chatrapathi Shivaji spent his childhood days. Nothing is written anywhere about this fact and we ourselves are not sure of this. No guidance, no boards. We are...More
The only claim to fame for this place is that it is credited to be at the same place, so it says, where Shivaji Maharaj's palace used to be... Other than that, there is nothing in this building that is remotely part of that era....More
Visited this place after several online reviews but after reaching there found its not yet open. The entry is closed due to some modifications are going on and it might be opened after a month.
SO who all are planning to visit this place need...More