Dedicated to Maggi Loving Punekars!
Quirky, sarcastic and bold; repeat these words after me and you now have an understanding of our lovely Punyanagri.
Now there are literally thousands of chai joints scattered across the city, but some of the names in this list are going to strike a chord with you. After all, it’s never just chai. It's chai and memories!
There are a few things that every Punekar absolutely loves (in ascending order): Wada Pav, Misal Pav, chaha, monsoons, chaha in the monsoons, chaha at Sinhgad in the monsoons and WEEKEND GETAWAYS (add chaha to that as well). Pune is surrounded by a plethora of options for ...
Seth, 23, is from Michigan, USA. He has been in India, Pune precisely, for the past 8 months... Here's his take on the city.
They are also one of the oldest gardens in the country, with some trees that were planted back in the day by the Peshwas.
Pune is essentially a city of history, tradition and lore; we have numerous forts, structures and temples to prove the fact. However, it is also true that over the last few years, some secrets got lost in the passing. Here are a few secrets from ...
It comes as no surprise that for the 125th year of Ganeshotsav, Pune has massive plans- 125 events to be precise! Here are some of the most prominent ones.
PUNE - not just a name or a place, but a feeling, an emotion. Divided by religious, political and lifestyle beliefs, however, united through one booming musical note – The ghumar of a dhol!
The Iranians have given our city one of the most scrumptious breakfasts ever. Don’t get me wrong, Pohe and Idli are great breakfast choices but dipping a sweet bun laden with butter into a hot cup of chai is on a whole different food high. ...