Here’s the ultimate Puneri quiz to determine how Puneri you are. So, get set for a fun ride through the city!
Those who are aware of Tulapur surely know about two prominent historical occurrences that put this location on the map.
Mahadji Shinde Chhatri is one of Pune’s oldest architectural wonders, a memorial built in the late 1700s, one that’s a treat to the eyes and mind, especially if you’re interested in Maratha history.
Kesari Wada was previously known as Gaikwad Wada. Located in Narayan Peth, Pune, this wada built by Gaikwad Sarkar is also the birthplace of Pune’s first newspaper- Kesari.
Most Punekars tend to correct anyone who refers to Pune as ‘Poona’. But, how many of us really know how the city got its name?
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’.
Being the cultural capital of the state, much of Pune’s history and heritage flows between the pages of the fight for independence.
Pune’s Ganeshotsav is unrivalled, unparalleled in its scale and glory. Regardless of age, cast, colour, creed, profession, this one beautiful festival entices every single Punekar.
When you walk into the Bharat Itihas Sanshodhak Mandal in Sadashiv Peth, quite strangely, you’ll feel peace similar to that of the kind certain religious structures provide.
Of all the culturally significant places in Pune, hardly a name pops up which is as worthy and as significant as Shaniwar Wada.