Her series, aptly named ‘100 Days of Pune’, had me hooked. She’s illustrated some of the city’s most iconic spots, including places of heritage and legendary food.
More often, it’s students who come to Pune from across the nation to study and then further secure their careers here. We asked seven students why Pune is the perfect home away from home for them. Here’s what they had to say…
Being a diehard Punekar, hearing criticism, even positive criticism at that, is a bit tough. However, if we truly love Pune, then we need to look at what we need to work on in order to grow and prosper.
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!
These six people gave me an excellent insight into the first impression of Pune; there’s a lot to rediscover and revisit in our city. Check it out!
My favorite thing about attending weddings (apart from the food) is observing people. I mean Indian weddings, Puneri weddings, are something to experience. You’ll find every single ‘breed’of typical Punekars- ranging from overly emotional, to completely withdrawn and lost.
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.
Ah, Pune. The wonderful, mysterious, and quite honestly, completely crazy city is always surprising and entertaining us. Several interesting things happen within out city which the top most layer of media and news cannot show us. To find the bizarre happenings, you have to dive in deeper and that’s exactly what we are doing today!
Pune’s girl Shivani Naik Shah recently added another feather in her cap by winning the prestigious crown of Mrs. India Queen of Substance 2018, a pageant recently held in Delhi for honouring Indian women achievers.
As part of a weekly series, we bring to you simple, yet life-changing incidents and experiences of pure kindness we witness on the streets, in homes, workspaces, and just about anywhere in Pune. The aim of this series is to showcase the soul of the city, the heart of its citizens and the kindness there is all around us, only if we just stop for a moment and observe.