Pune: Shivaji’s Second Home

Bangalore, also known as Bengaluru is the capital of Karnataka. Bangalore is India’s third largest city. In a recent survey held Bangalore is voted for the most suitable liveable city in India. It is ranked 12th in India based on the cleanliness. Bangalore was once defined as the “Garden City of India,” but now it is known as the “Silicon Valley of India.” Tired of the work, perhaps your aunt lives in Pune, and youare looking forward to a weekend getaway. Here is some information about Pune:

Pune is the base of Maratha Empire and is known for the great Aga Khan Palace. Now it is considered as a memorial to Mahatma Gandhi, whose ashes are preserved in this Garden. There is many fantastic restaurants, good museums, forts etc. Is your hometown is in the Garden City of India? Then take your Bangalore to Pune Flights Fare and land in India’s Sprawling City. Pune has a glorious traditional culture of over 1600 years. Pataleswar Cave is one of the important historical evidence from the old settlements. Pune is also known as the Oxford of the East. Marathi is the official language in Pune although it is fairly cosmopolitan city.

Shaniwar Wada Fort is located 3 km from Pune Junction and is an ancient palace fort situated in the centre of Pune. Raja DinakarKelkar Museum is another spot which is located 4 km from Pune junction. Parvati Hill, one of the most scenic places situated at the centre of the Pune will also be a mind-blowing scene. Rajgad Fort is one of the topmost tourist places in Pune. Shivneri Fort is another ancient Fort situated in Pune. Have the wonderful beauty of Junnar Caves. Junnar caves are ancient rock-cut caves situated at Junnar. Panshet Dam and Mulshi Dam are the two notable Aqua spots in Pune.

A large number of devotees also came to visit the beautiful rock-carved temples with mesmerizing architectures in Pune. DagdushethHalwaiGanapathi Temple is one amongst them and is an ancient Hindu temple. Chaturshringi temple is another notable Hindu temple located on the slope of a hill on SenapatiBepat road in Pune. Sarasbaug Temple, Bhimashankar Temple, the cave temple are the other most visited temples in Pune.

Fill your eyes with the greenery of Bund Garden. Bund Garden is situated in the right bank of Mula-MuthaRiver in Pune. You can see a red coloured palace in Pune, and this palace is known as LalMahal. This LalMahal is located near Shaniwar Wada in Pune. Lonawala is a beautiful hill station in Pune and is 95 km from Mumbai. Other scenic beauties in Pune include Satara, and Mahabaleshwar. There is also a fort near Mahabaleshwar known as Raigad Fort and is 135 km from Mumbai. Fort Jadhavgadh is another ancient hill fort in Pune situated in Jadhavwadi. Sri BalajiMandir also known as Sri Venkateswara temple is one of the most visited pilgrimages situated at Narayanput near Kapurhol in Pune.

Don’t wait anymore! Just book one of the Bangalore to Pune Flightsfor a historical holiday.