Shaniwar Wada is a mediaeval fortification in Pune, India. From 1732 to 1818, the Maratha Empire's Peshwas lived there. In the 18th century, the palace was the centre of Indian politics.
Sultan Muhammed Shah Aga Khan III erected the Pune, India, Aga Khan Palace. The Nizari Ismaili Muslims' spiritual leader built the palace to provide labour for the famine-stricken impoverished in Pune's adjacent villages.
The Dagdusheth Halwai Temple located in Pune, India is one of the most visited and revered temples in the city. The temple was founded in 1893 by a sweetmeat seller named Dagdusheth Halwai, as a tribute to his son who had passed away from a plague epidemic.
Osho Ashram, located at Koregaon Park in Pune, is a place known for its serenity and surreal practices of meditation and love to achieve divinity.
Vetal Hill is a prominent hill in the city limits of Pune, India. The hill is the highest point within the city limits, with an elevation of 800 meters. There is a temple of Vetala located on the top of the hill from which the hill derives its name.
The Katraj Snake Park is the most visited and loved tourist attraction in the Rajiv Gandhi Zoo that is located in Katraj, near the city of Pune in India.
The Lal Mahal (Red Palace) of Pune is one of the most iconic monuments in India. Located in the heart of the city, it was built by Shri Shahaji Bhosale, father of Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj, founder of the Maratha Empire in 1630 AD.
Sinhagad Fort is an ancient hill fortress located in the Pune district of Maharashtra, India. It is situated around 49 km southwest of the city of Pune. The fort has a long and rich history, being part of the Maratha Empire and having been the site of many battles.
Khadakwasla Dam is a dam on the Mutha River 21 km from the centre of the city of Pune in Maharashtra, India. The dam created a reservoir known as Khadakwasla Lake which is the main source of water for Pune and its suburbs.
Enduring amusement park with water slides, go-karts & traditional rides like bumper cars.