Having served as the political capital of the Peshwas in the 18th century, Pune continues to glorify Maharashtra as its second largest city. Known as 'Oxford of the East' due to the presence of several well-known educational institutions, it has emerged as a major educational hub in recent decades. One of the fastest growing cities in the Asia-Pacific region, Pune's conducive environment for old and new industries has made it a hub for research, IT, education, management and manufacturing
Over the years, Pune has carved its niche in the global industrial scenario. It has emerged as a prominent location for manufacturing giants.
This model village in Maharashtra is noted for its irrigation system and water conservation program, with which it has fought its drought problems.
The first tri-service academy in the world where the cadets of the Army, the Navy and the Air Force train together here before they go for further training in their respective academies.
Pune, formerly Poona, was once the epicenter of the Maratha Empire established by Shivaji Maharaj and served as the seat of the Peshwas in the 18th century.
Adlabs Imagica is India’s foremost family holiday destination from Mumbai and Pune. This megapark includes an International Standard theme park, a water park and a 287 room hotel.
The oldest Ganpati of Pune, it is the presiding deity of Pune and much revered. This temple was commissioned by Jijabai, mother of emperor Shivaji.
This famous lane of bamboos and cane workers displays beautifully created baskets of varying shapes and sizes.
One of the top military outposts during the reign of Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj, Sinhagad is the most renowned fort in Pune and is a historical gem of Maharashtra.