Five districts in the state of Maharashtra, namely Pune, Raigad, Ratnagiri, Sindhudurg and Satara, will receive heavy rainfall this week.
Last year, us Punekars were cozied up in warm clothes by mid-November. This year, we’re going to have to wait a bit longer!
Last weekend, particularly on Saturday, the air quality was worse than that on Diwali day in Pune city.
Punekars, we’ve been witnessing above normal temperatures this winter season, but we’re most definitely not the only ones experiencing drastic changes in the weather.
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.
Pune monsoons bring about certain characteristics in Punekars, and they react to it in their own way. LOLing, happy, or just annoyed, you’ll find everyone reacting to it differently.
2019 seems to be the year of extreme weather conditions in Pune; record high and low temperatures, and now, apparently, the highest amount of June rainfall in the past 9 years!
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…
Listening to some of the songs on my mother’s old radio brought back many memories. Here are seven Marathi songs which perfectly encapsulate the beauty of monsoon and what it means for us!