Our Pune is the best! Getting right to it… Here’s why!
(Not) Too Cool For School
Some of the wisest teachers live in Pune! Be it medicine, management or military, this metropolitan is ‘la maison officiel’ of education.
Love Thy Neighbour
Pune is a mere three hour journey away from India’s financial and film capital, Mumbai. People living in one city actually commute daily to the other for work.
All The World’s A Stage
Home to the Film and Television Institute of India, National Film Archives of India and an advocate of Marathi theatre, Pune has been and continues to champion its love for performing arts.
Nestled in the lap of the Sahyadri Hills, Pune is blessed with pleasant weather for most of the year. Denizens revel in the air of romance that the monsoons stir up!
The ‘IT’ City
Challenging its counterparts Bangalore and Mumbai, Pune stands as a frontrunner wearing the crown of ‘India’s Silicon Valley’.
‘When Words Fail, Music Speaks’
With a music-obsessed youth, it is little wonder that Pune is the birthplace of the happiest music festival – NH7. Remember also that console magician David Guetta chose Pune for his Indian debut!
Few other Indian cities can boast of housing some of the country’s most significant research institutes such as National Chemical Laboratory, Indian Institute of Science Education & Research and National AIDS Research Centre.
In medical tourism, Pune is a popular destination. Patients across the country and world flock to the city’s renowned hospitals and skilled doctors for cure.
Home to Start-ups
Whether in fields of design, food or eCommerce, Pune is a city for young entrepreneurs. Tomorrow’s Facebook is probably being worked on by ambitious Puneri college-goers.
An Epicurean Delight
To the far lands, this city is known for its sweet puranpoli and fiery misal. One does not leave the city without carrying some edible souvenirs – Shrewsberry biscuits and bhakarwadi.
Ganpati Bappa Morya!
No place else celebrates this festival with as much aplomb. Every year, thousands of Punekars tour mandals and take to the streets to bid goodbye to their favourite God.
Best Heritage Walk
The National Tourism Board declared Pune ‘the city with India’s best heritage walks’. A cultural initiative by Janwani, the Walk is an immersive experience through the city’s glorious past.
A Manufacturer’s Haven
Pune accounts for the single largest concentration of German companies in India. It is an automobile, engineering and manufacturing hub for companies from Canada, Switzerland, Italy and Spain.
Pune is like a hill station and city all in one! People harbour a love for the outdoors and use their weekends for trekking or taking road trips.
Pune has deservedly acquired umpteen epithets – ‘Queen of the Deccan’, ‘Oxford of the East’, ‘A retirement paradise’, ‘Military hub’, ‘Student hub’ and ‘IT city’!
Way to go, Pune!
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