Here’s a small but fascinating history piece for the ‘kattar puneri’ within us- six things most of us didn’t know or have forgotten about Aga Khan Palace.
What makes our Pune so in-tune with Maharashtrian culture? What do we have going on for us which other cities are silently (and so subtly) jealous of? Let’s take a look!
Has Pune accepted the freelance work culture?
The one city I love. And the one city I think loves me back.
Let’s go let’s go let’s go!
Let’s take a walk through Pune’s history!
I’m dying and you’re the reason for my imminent demise.
The Hideout Point, run by Khandshi Agro Eco Tourism, is a place situated below Shirota dam near Kamshet on the old Pune-Mumbai highway and in close vicinity of Somawadi and Vadivale dams. Khandshi is surrounded by the Sahyadri ranges in Nane Maval valley. The Hideout Point is spread over 16 acres of divine land. We […]
It’s been almost three years since I’ve returned from Prague, and the similarities still strike me every single day. Visually, there’s not too much you can identify with; I mean a Punekar in Prague. Does it have better infrastructure and civil amenities? Of course it does, but then again, almost every European city does. No, […]
Prost, prost, prost!