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Pune formerly Poona, is the eighth largest metropolis in India, the second largest in the state of Maharashtra after Mumbai, and the largest city in the Western Ghats. It is located 147 kilometers From Mumbai and 211 kilometers from Nashik. Once the centre of power of the Maratha Empire, it is situated 560 metres above sea level on the Deccan plateau at the confluence of the Mula and Mutha rivers.

Pune city is the administrative capital of Pune district. Pune is known to have existed as a town since 847 AD. Pune was originally called Punawadi. In 1730, Pune became an important political center as the seat of the Peshwa, the prime minister of the Chhatrapati of Satara; it was during this era that Pune became the centre of Indian politics. After the town was annexed to British India in 1817, it served as a cantonment town and as the "monsoon capital" of the Bombay Presidency until the independence of India.

Today, Pune is known for its educational facilities and prosperity. Pune is the cultural capital of Maharashtra. Pune has had manufacturing, glass, sugar, and forging industries since the 1950-60s. It has a growing industrial hinterland, with information technology and automotive companies setting up factories in the district. The city is known for cultural activities like classical music, spirituality, theatre, sports, and literature. These activities and job opportunities attract migrants and students from all over India and abroad, which makes for a city of many communities and cultures. Pune is ranked as a Gamma- Global City.

Pune’s Pride : Dagdusheth Ganpati Temple, Kelkar Museum, Shaniwar wada, Gandhi National Memorial, Empress Botanical Gardens, Lal Deval, Bund Garden, Osho Commune International, Shindyanchi Chhatri and Pataleshwar Cave Temple. Dagdusheth Ganpati Temple in Pune, is a temple dedicated to the Hindu God Ganesh. The temple is located a short distance from the historical Shaniwar Wada fort, which was administrative headquarters of Peshwas of Maratha Empire. The temple is popular in Maharashtra and is visited by thousands of pilgrims every year.Devotees of the temple include celebrities and Chief Ministers of Maharashtra who visit during the annual ten day Ganeshotsav festival. The main Ganesh idol is insured for sum of Rs. 1 crore (US$ 213,000). The temple was founded in 1893 by Dagadusheth Halwai, a sweetmeat seller who became a wealthy businessman. Halwai had lost his son the previous year, and at the request of his guru created murtis (image of a deity) of Ganesha and Dattatreya. He later established the Halwai Ganapati Trust. Bal Gangadhar Tilak, during the British Raj, gave a public form to the Ganesh festival celebrations as a way of getting around an order that barred public meetings.

The Halwai Ganapati Trust carries out philanthropic work from the donations received, and is one of the richest in Maharashtra. The trust operates an old age home called Pitashree at Kondhwa in Pune. The home was built at a cost of Rs. 1.5 crore (US$ 319,500) and opened in May 2003. In the same building the trust provides housing and education for 40 destitute children. Other services provided by the trust include ambulance service for poor and health clinics in tribal belts of Pune District.

The Raja Dinkar Kelkar Museum is in Pune, Maharashtra, India. It contains the collection of Dr Dinkar G. Kelkar (1896–1990), dedicated to the memory of his only son, Raja, who died an untimely tragic death. The three-storey building houses various sculptures dating back to the 14th century. There are also ornaments made of ivory, silver and gold, musical instruments, war weapons and vessels, etc. The collection was started around 1920 and by 1960 it contained around 15,000 objects. In 1962, Dr Kelkar handed his collection to the Department of Archaeology within the Government of Maharashtra. The museum now holds over 20,000 objects of which 2,500 are on display.These consist of mainly Indian decorative items from everyday life and other art objects, mostly from the 18th and 19th centuries. There is a particularly fine collection of musical instruments. The museum's collection depicts the superb skills of the Indian artists of the time. The door frames, vessels, ornaments, musical instruments, paintings and carvings represent outstanding examples of their art. One interesting part of the museum is the "Mastani Mahal. Raja Kelkar made a marvellous attempt at depicting the palace of Mastani, (wife of the Peshwa Baji Rao I) with its remnants. The most beautiful piece among in the collection is the carving of lord Ganesha on the seed. The idol of lord Ganesha is shown with his trunk towards the left, which is quite rare and difficult to build or draw.

Mastani Mahal: This part of the museum has memoirs of Peshwa Bajirao I and Mastani, his court dancer. Every décor of the room starting from paintings to splendid chandeliers, lavishly carved ceiling, wonderful lamps and innumerable musical instruments all shows a touch of Peshwa Lifestyle and Indian history. • Paintings: There are works of art belonging to several schools of paintings. The Chitrkathi paintings of Paithan, portraying stories of Ramvijay, Tanjaur paintings, ‘Pata’ or paintings on cloth from Rajasthan; Kalamkari art on cloth; Mughal and Ragmala miniature arts, Chaitra-Gauri Pata and innumerable works on leather, paper and parchment of the 17th to 19th Centuries A.D. are displayed in the Museum. • Sculptures: there are brilliant collection of stone sculptures of Gods and Goddesses, Demons and human and animal figures. Textiles: Wide range of Textiles is also present in the Museum made of striking colors and varied designs. Paithanis and Chandrakala from Maharashtra, Parsi garos, Banarasi, Rabari garments from Kutch and Gujarat, ‘Kantha’ stitches fill the display windows of the gallery. • Among the other objects of the museum there is a magnificent collection of musical instruments, coins, lamps, ivory and wood work, toys, kitchen utensils etc., which boosts about the glory of the museum.

Shaniwar wada is a palace fort located in the center of Pune in Maharastra. It was the royal residence of the Peshwa rulers till 1818. After 1818, the Peshwas surrendered to the British. The Shaniwar Wada palace complex has impressive mansions and was built by the Peshwas themselves. Bajirao started the construction of his residence with a handful of eart h from Lal Mahal, which is located in the vicinity. The palace Shaniwar Wada was started construction in 1730. For the palace, teaks were brought from the jungles of Junnar, stones from the quarries of Chinchwad and lime from the lime belts of Jejuri for the edifice.The successors of Bajirao added several things to beautify the palace namely, fortification walls with bastions and gates, court halls, fountains and reservoirs. There are five gateways and nine bastion towers encircling the entire complex. Shaniwar Wada There are two gates facing the north, two in the east and one in the south. The main gate in the north is called Dilli Darwaja. The other gate in the north is called Mastani Darwaja, which is also called Alibahadur Darwaja. The gates in the eastern direction are called Khidki Darwaja and Ganesh Darwaja. In the south there is the Jambhul Darwaja.

The western wall has no gate. In the Shaniwar Wada there is one building which has seven storeys. Among the important buildings in the palace there are other buildings, which are Thorlya rayancha diwankhana, Naachacha diwankhana, Ganesh Rang Mahal (Hall of justice) and June Arse Mahal (old mirror hall). The doorways of the stately halls in the buildings have arches carved out of teak wood.There were beautiful glass chandeliers decorating the ceiling. The floors were covered with marble mosaic floor with rich Persian carpets on them. The walls were adorned with scenes from the great epics of Ramayana and Mahabharata. The Shaniwar Wada palace complex had a picturesque sixteen-petal lotus shaped fountain, which was called Hazaari Kaaranje (fountain of thousand jets). Each petal had sixteen jets, which rose eighty feet high. In 1828, this palace complex was gripped by fire destroying the buildings. Today one can see the stone plinths of the palace and the fortification wall.

Gandhi National Memorial This Memorial, set in 6.5 ha of gardens, was built by Shah Aga Khan III in 1892. It was his palace till 1956. In 1969, it was donated to India by Aga Khan. Kasturba Gandhi, Mahatma's wife and Mahadeobhai Desai, Mahatma's secretary for 35 years, died here during their stay. Their ashes have been kept in Memorial tombs in the gardens.Patalesvara Temple This is a 8th century rock cut cave temple. This place is a must visit for the tourists keeping interest in ancient art and architecture.

Empress Botanical Gardens: These gardens have fine trees and there is also a zoo nearby. The parks include the Saras Bagh which has a number of food stalls outside. The other popular garden is the Bund Gardens which is ideal for walks. Osho Commune International: This is the famous ashram of Bhagwan Rajneesh at Koregaon Park. The ashram now known as a spiritual health club attracts thousands of visitors each year. The ashram has facilities like a swimming pool, saunas, tennis and basketball courts, beauty parlour, bookshop and a massage centre.

Bund Garden: The Bund Garden is one of the most well-known park among the gardens of Pune. The Bund Garden is located at a distance of 2 kilometers from the Pune Railway Station. It was built following the instructions of Sir JamshedjiJeejeebhoy. Situated on the right hand bank of the Mula-Mutha Rivers, the Bund Garden is a welcome retreat during the season of winters, when a host of migratory birds take refuge here from the extreme cold elsewhere.A few years ago, an aesthetically designed jogging track was added at a very less distance from the garden, which contributed much in enhancing its popularity with local residents and chance visitors and tourists. There is also provision for availing of boat rides in the backwaters of the Mula-Mutha River.

Shindyanchi Chhatri: .Also called Shinde Chatri is a beautiful architectural memorial in Wanowrie. It is dedicated to the great soldier, Mahadji Shinde. For twenty years, between 1760 and 1780, he served as the commander-in-chief of the Maratha army under the Peshwas. The entire complex of the memorial also consists of a temple, dedicated to Lord Shiva, which was built by Mahadji himself, in the year 1794. He left for the holy abode the same year and in 1965, Madhavrao Sindhia got the entire complex built, along with the samadhi (memorial). The major attraction of the Shinde Chatri of Poona is its exquisite architecture, reflecting the style used in Rajasthan, India. Even years after its construction, the memorial retains its architectural designs and beauty and seems to be totally unaffected by time. Presently the Shindyanchi Chhatri of Pune is under the management of the Sindhia Devasthan Trust of Gwalior

Lal Deval: The Red Church (Lal Deval) which is actually a Synagogue. A red brick and trap stone building of English-Gothic style, the Lal Deval was built by the famous David Sassoon in 1867. This picture also dipicts the irony of the fact that Pune which was known as the “City of Cycles” is now being replaced by Automobiles. The Indica Car and all TATA vehicles are manufactured and assembled in this very city.

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