This October was a strangely rainy month. Thunder, lightning, heavy rains and the inevitable waterlogging. Despite all this, one can’t help but marvel at nature and how beautiful and terrifying it can be, all at once! Ace photographer Rupesh Jadhav captured this period for us to revisit. Some happy, some not-so-happy moments in there. One […]
Now that the rains have subsided, it’s the perfect time to get on your bikes or in your cars and take off on some of the most scenic routes around Pune while everything is still green!
Pune monsoons have a different charm altogether as well. It’s… romantic, I suppose. Pune is still blessed with greenery, and aesthetic scenery. Our surroundings, the rivers, several lakes, historic forts, they all make up for good treks or hiking/camping. Not to forget the street food and special homemade dishes we love, especially during this season!
Five districts in the state of Maharashtra, namely Pune, Raigad, Ratnagiri, Sindhudurg and Satara, will receive heavy rainfall this week.
Rains in Pune city almost always lead to the most fabulously fiery skies!
Several rural areas have been sounded with a high alert and asked to be prepared, while staying indoors as much as possible.
Last weekend, particularly on Saturday, the air quality was worse than that on Diwali day in Pune city.
Lovely people of Pune, we’ve experienced a heavier than usual monsoon season, five months, to be precise.
Pune, exasperated with the rains yet? We have just about another week to go. Following Cyclone Kyarr, which recently lost steam, is Cyclone Maha, causing the current weather situation in the city and parts of the state.
It’s like the entire city is pregnant when it rains; we get these cravings for certain dishes, which we especially cannot resist during this season. And, what a Punekar craves, a Punekar gets. Here are seven dishes that we cannot keep our hands off all through this gloomy (read glorious), wet season. #PunekarEats