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!
Pratishtha, a researcher and consultant by profession, is also a super talented artist who decided to create art, honouring doctors fighting the war against the ongoing pandemic.
Pune peeps, if you haven’t mastered the dish already, here’s a superb recipe for delicious Kothimbir Vadi!
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.
In order to preserve the environment and reduce pollution levels, the Pune Municipal Corporation’s city improvement committee has approved a proposal for renting electric bikes.
The city’s largest body of traders, The Federation of All Trade Association of Pune are looking to move traders from Laxmi Road and relocate them near the Ring Road on the border of Pune city.
Pune’s people, food, heritage, culture, and of course, its amazing photographers, you guys! It all makes us fall in love with the city and its people more and more everyday!
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?
According to a study carried out by the Pune Municipal Corporation, pollution levels of the Mula-Mutha rivers have gone lower than even what CPCB recommends.
Akshay Kothawale, a 30-year-old auto rickshaw driver in the city was supposed to get married on May 25, but postponed the ceremony due to the lockdown.