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Points of Interest & Landmarks in Pune

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  • dr ganapathi bhat
    Akola, India2,538 contributions
    Have visited this road atleast ten times. Favourite shopping destination in Pune. Everything under the sun is available here. Very popular for dress materials.
    But very crowded. An outsider to Pune, would do well to take an auto and reach the place, and
    then traverse the length and breadth of the area.
    Written 21 June 2021
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  • Sunny
    Pune District, India6 contributions
    No words to describe the level of spirituality
    It was amazing experience here .in pune this is one of the best place to visit
    Written 15 July 2022
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  • Sumit Hazare
    Mumbai, India27 contributions
    If you have nothing to do, and you love wandering mountains-forts
    Simple path towards top, easy to moderate trek.
    The panoramic view from top recharges you completely.
    Written 26 July 2022
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  • NehaJ
    Mumbai, India146 contributions
    Excellent place to visit. Especially for children to understand Maharastrian village life. You need at least 1.5 hrs to properly see everything. All the statues are life- like and it seems as if we are in a real village. There is a Shivji temple next to it which has the 12 jyotirling replicas . That too is a must-visit.
    Written 7 November 2021
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  • tyagirakg
    Pune, India320 contributions
    We have visited this ghat and found this fantastic in terms of natural beauty and full water ghat view. It is very peaceful and beautiful place.
    Written 3 October 2021
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  • KeshavChakraborty
    Pune, India806 contributions
    Please adhere to timing before you plan visiting this fort because this fort is under Indian Army and they are very strict about timing of entry and exit.
    Suggested not to visit during crowded hours.
    Chhatrapati Sambhaji museum is the main attraction of this fort as whole fort is not allowed to be roamed due to training activities.
    Written 5 July 2022
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  • Sanjiv G
    Pune, India77 contributions
    Wrong address given.. This temple is in Lonavala as you enter from Pune highway side (not in Katraj).

    Very nice temple with gaushala, accommodation (pre booking needed) and kitchen serving breakfast, lunch and dinner.
    Written 15 March 2022
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  • Abhay Mehta
    Udaipur, India214 contributions
    Though Sarasbaugh is famous for the Ganapati temple in side the garden but the garden is equally beautiful. The chaupati outside the Sarasbaugh provides you street food. The garden remains close from 12 noon to 4 pm so avoid going during this period though the temple remains open.
    Written 15 May 2022
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  • Bhaskar Nerurkar
    3 contributions
    A nice serene locale and a quite peaceful environment greets you at this 900 years old Hemadpanti architecture. As in most old temples Shiva linga is down below the ground level. Recently they closed the entry to sanctorum and Darshan allowed From 10 feet approximately.

    A must visit place in Baner
    Written 20 February 2020
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  • lotusdiamond
    Chandigarh, India1,232 contributions
    Pune University is one of the premier higher education institute since long. Beautiful historical Structure well maintained. Located in one corner of Pune. Lush green lawns and gardens , old banyan trees and lot of open space. Campus is very big and always busy with students. Many people staying nearby go inside for walk. Although not on tourist map, but educational importance. Many students dream to study in this university some day.
    Written 6 May 2020
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  • Neeldana B
    Pune, India129 contributions
    This jatra is a hidden gem where I got to see so many stalls showcasing some rare and traditional dishes. There were folk songs and dance as well. The overall vibe once you enter is totally different. The best part was the handicraft products sold by so many artists.
    Written 17 October 2020
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  • Rashmi
    1 contribution
    We visited jejuri and on the way visited this beautiful temple.The place is scenic and wonderful.You are welcomed by d cool breeze and pleasant atmosphere.Its small temple but worth watching.It really gives positive vibes.Must visit place.
    Written 3 December 2019
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  • skdel2016
    National Capital Territory of Delhi, India211 contributions
    The place is famous for astha, believes. Very calm place to spend some time with Bappa. Architecture is very good,You may have some prasad at noon. Ganpati bappa morya...
    Written 24 April 2022
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  • KIRAN VAIRAGKAR
    22 contributions
    Bedse Caves : Visit in Rainy season will be great.

    Bedse caves are located @ 55 km from Pune. Take diversion from Kamshet on old Pune Mumbai Highway. It is national heritage sight, rock cut by buddhist and may from 1BCE.

    Huge rock has two caves Stupa and Viahar. Meditation center as well residence. It is typical chaitya stupa and another caves which has baracks in half circle.

    One has to climb @ 450steps to get there and enjoy panoramic view and as usual see the fresh water small pond on top of the the hill. It would eb too good, green and enjoyable in rainy season.

    Worth visiting.
    Written 15 January 2021
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  • prashant_newaskar
    Dallas, TX554 contributions
    It was a great trek for us from Lodha Belmondo Pune. 12400 steps, approximately 600-700 feet climb and two and half hours round trip.

    You can cross the Pune Mumbai Highway, go past the MCA Stadium, see a few nice bungalows and then start the trek up.

    There is small stretch of land which has good tree cover. It would make the trek in summer more bearable. For us the weather was excellent. We did not feel hot. There was cool Breeze which made the hike thoroughly enjoyable.

    We then passed a small temple with its entrance facing the hill wall. It takes 20 minutes to half an hour from the temple to reach the TOP. There are a few stretches of slippery rubble terrain. Once you reach the TOP there is a small plateau on the summit. It was great fun to spend a few minutes in the Breeze.

    For willing hikers it’s a beautiful trek to the TOP. Next time I would climb from the other slope to see the Ghoradeshwar temple and the caves..

    Written 11 February 2020
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