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6 Must-Visit Places During a Heritage Walk in Pune

If you are to take a heritage walk through Pune city, these are the six places you must visit. Although not unknown, very few tourists as well as city residents acknowledge them as ‘heritage places’.

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Heritage Gems of Pune – Shivaji Market

Certain spots in Pune are our cultural heritage, and as surprising as this may sound, very few people know a lot about them.

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7 Movie Theatres in Pune That Have Stood the Test of Time

Check out these six movie theatres in Pune if you’re tired of the fancy movie affair.

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Vishrambaug Wada – The House That Housed Royalty

Pune, the first and the last frontier of Maratha freedom, the birthplace of the Maratha fight, still stands proudly today. All across the now-metropolitan city are reminders of the proud and brave men who came before us and paved way for freedom.

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7 Life Lessons Taught by Aged Punekars

Growing up in Pune is beautiful, agreed, but it’s taxing, confusing, and sometimes, painful. Which is not to say that the city is to be blamed, but perhaps the way we interpret its importance in our lives. I had a golden chance to visit an old age center and I took it, naturally. These are the seven life lessons I was gifted with; I would like to share them with you.

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Puneri Peths | A Punekar's Heritage

Let’s take a walk through Pune’s history!

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#PunekarReminisces: What We Miss About a Bygone Pune

Wondering what Pune was actually like when it was brimming with greenery, peace and simplicity, we turned to people who have seen the city grow from strength to strength. Let’s soak in their experience and find out what they miss about the old Pune.

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#PunekarReminisces: Growing Up In 411004

I was born and grew up (for a significant part of my life at least) in an area widely pincoded (I just made that up) as Pune 4. Pune 4 may be just a part of the city’s pin code for some, but for me, and I believe several others (at the risk of sounding jejune), it signifies a way of being.