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Pune Darshan Tour Covered Places

 

1. Aga Khan Palace
2. Shaniwarwada
3. Laal Mahal
4.Shrimant Dagdusheth Ganpati
5. Raja Dinkar Kelkar Museum
6. Sarasbaug
7. Shinde Chhatri
8. Rajiv Gandhi Zoological Park
9. Parvati Temple
10. Osho Ashram

Pune Tours

Royal cabs provide pune darshan cab services  .Pune is referred to as the cultural capital of Maharashtra. Pune is an endearing affair you will love to fall in love with. It also boasts of a deep rooted history, having been the bastion of the glorious Maratha Empire. The city is also known for being the home to ChatrapatiShivajiMaharaj.

.Pune is a beautiful city of Maharashtra, which is developed as one of the major cities of the country in the past few years. The city is unique with all kinds of good lifestyle. It is also famous among tourists owing to its quite, delicious food and ample of sightseeing opportunities in and around the city. There are many as many wonderful places to visit in Pune which form the very identity of the city and are simply too good to watch all this. From refreshing hillsides and forts to superb theme parks and man-made waterfalls and much more.

You can plan your Pune Holidays with Pune Travel Packages that will help give you a detailed idea of the thriving tourism scenario. Pune Tours will regale you with its richly flavored forts and palaces that are a testament of the city’s glorious history.

In order to make the most out of your Pune Tour, plan ahead with the Pune Holiday Packages so that when you Travel to this place, you don’t lose out on anything. The countryside will refresh and invigorate you when you make a Trip to this destination. The landscape is beautiful and scenic and the weather, pleasant. In fact, weather is the most essentially factor why Pune Vacation packages are so famous and will be the best part of your trip.

1. Aga Khan Palace

Royal cabs best package provide pune darshan tours .The Agakhan Palace is an important historical place in Pune. This building is in the eastern part of Pune. C. In the movement of 1942, this house lived in Mahatma Gandhi and his wife Kasturba Gandhi. Mahadevbhai Desai and Kasturba Gandhi, Gandhiji's supporters, died here in the same house. Both of them have samadhi here. The Aga Khan Palace has the Aga Khan Palace Museum, which has articles and chapters of Kasturba Gandhi and Mahatma Gandhi.Here is the Sevagram Ashram of Mahatma Gandhi. Is there. The ashram is situated on 300 acres of land. There are several types of huts in Sevagram. In it Gandhi himself and his colleagues were living. Gandhi's life style appears in that period. BapuKuti and Ba Kuti that are present there are famous. People came to visit from Sevagram but not only from country but from abroad. Sevagram's first name was Segaon, but Mahatma Gandhi changed it to Sevagram. Other side  is the 'Mahatma Gandhi Pictures Exhibition' on the main road of the Sevagram Ashram. In it, Gandhi's entire life story has been shown through the picture.

2. Shaniwarwada

In the year 1736, the first BajiraoPeshwa built 13 palaces in the PeshwadaieShaniwar Wada. This place was the main place of Peshwa. It is a symbol of Pune's culture. Shaniwarwada is designed to give security a higher priority. The main gateway of Saturday Wadala is known by the name of Delhi Darwajaand other such names by Ganesh, Mastani, Jambhal and Khadi. The main gateway of Saturday Wadala is known by the name of Delhi Darwaja and other such names by Ganesh, Mastani, Jambhal and Khadi. There is a statue sitting on the first Bajirao horse in front of Shaniwar Wada. There are many places in Ganesh Mahal, Rang Mahal, Arsa Mahal, Hastidant Mahal, Divaskhana and Karangje in Shaniwarwada. Light and music show telling Peshwas' history is organized every Saturday. The palace of Peshwa was destroyed in a fire in 1928. Now there is only a strong walled walls and a strong door with a spikey tip for enjoyment.

Shaniwar Wada is open on every day of the week, from 8 in morning to 6.30 in evening. There is also the sound and light show at the Shaniwarwada. The show is conducted in English and Marathi. The timings are 7:15pm to 8:10pm for the Marathi Show and after 2nd show 8:15pm to 9:10pm for the show in English.

3. Laal Mahal

Pune city has many world class architecture. Among them, Lal Mahal is standing in the heart of Pune. It is in the KasbaPeth area of ​​Pune city and nearby is the temple of Shaniwar Wada and Kasba Ganapati nearby. In front of the Lal Mahal, there is a Lakshmi road to attract the city of Pune.

Lal Mahal is standing in the middle of Pune's Vaastu. ShivajiMaharaj lived in the Lal Mahal for a long time. Shivrajaya's childhood went into LalMahayut. In the same Lal Mahal, ShivajiMaharaj had cut the knife of Shahistakhan. The former Lal Mahal was constructed in the year 1986 in Pune MahanagarPalikini. The Lal Mahal in Sivakala does not exist anymore. In this building, Municipal Corporation has built beautiful architecture of Bal Shivaji, Jijau.

ShivajiMaharaj lived in Lal Mahal for a long time. Shivrajaya's childhood was in Lal Mahal. In this Mahalaya, ShivajiMaharaj had cut his meal from Shahiya. This Shahist Khan was threatening the people of Pune during the three years in the Red Mahal. So Maharani attacked him on the Red Mahal, along with his 400 Faithful Mavalis, to teach him a lesson, and forced Shah Mahal to leave the red mansion.

4. Shrimant Dagdusheth Halwai

Talking to the people of Maharashtra and especially Pune, their Ganeshotsav is not complete without seeing the Ahriman DagdushethHalwai Temple. If you meet any person living in Pune, he will definitely increase your curiosity by telling you about the celebration in this temple. This temple, decorated with gold, is about 127years old. There is also a story behind this temple.

DagarushethHalwai used to make sweets in Pune. His business was quite successful. One day his son died due to the plague. After this incident, he used to be very disturbed, then a saint asked him to build a temple of Ganesha. They built this temple for themselves and the peace of the city. After its popularity, LokmanyaTilak announced the organizing of the Ganpati Festival here.

LokmanyaTilak started public Ganeshotsav in 1894. In 1896, another idol of ShrimantDagdushethHalwaiGanpati was prepared and it started to be celebrated. The tradition of Ganeshotsav started by DagdushethHalwai and the people of the area continued with the then workers. Golden Age Young Mandal took the responsibility of Ganpati of Dagdasheta. The idol made in 1896 had a slight decline. After deciding to make new idols, in 1967, Dagdusheth resolved to make Ganapati's new idols for Halwai Ganapati's AmrutMahotsav.

5. Raja Dinkarkelkar Museum

Best price pune darshan tour package for royal cabs. Raja DinkarKelkar Museum is a museum in Pune city. This museum was built by the dancer DinkarGangadharKelkar alias poet and unknown person. The museum has been named after the son of DinkarKelkar who has died in the short term. Dakar Kelkar running the Chakma shop of our generation has created a hobby of collecting the distinctive objects of the old Sardar family. From day to day, he used to collect daily items of daily use. The richness of Kelkar's wealth, prosperity and prosperity began to flourish through various types of lights, obstacles, ganifs, cheats, weapons, pots, gates, doors, idols, scissors and puppets. From Kothrud they took the palace of Mastani and raised it in the museum.

DinkarGangadharKelkar is a poet who has made poetry in Marathi as an unknown name. Ram Ganesh Gadkari was his poetic poet.

MaharshiVitthalRamjiShinde is a stupa steep under the bridge of BalgandharbRangamandir in Pune. This stupa looks on the right side while pulling from the bridge to Shaniwarwada towards the right bank of the river Mutha. This stupa seems to have been made by skilled artisans. The stupa is at the bottom with a square, it has two octagonal steps and the topmost Shivling on it. There are four pillars on the side and there are sixteen idols. There are well-known signs on the feet, such as Kusav, Shankh. According to the cornerstone, this stupa was erected in 1928 by his two sons, Dinkar and Bhaskar, on his dhanshan, for the memory of GangadharKelkar. GangadharKelkar passed away on August 20, 1928. At that time he lived in Pune, near 'Sanktikunj, old gate, Sadashiv Peth'.

6. Sarasbaug

The garden is an important tourist attraction in Pune. The garden of Lord Ganesh Peshwa situated at the foot of the mountain. During the reign of ShrimantNanasahebPeshwa, in the year 1750, the work of preparing an artificial lake at the foot of the AambilOduya was started. The pond work was going on from 1750 to 1753. The area of ​​the pond would be approximately 25 acres wide. This tank was used for boating. The pond was abandoned by birds in the pond. While digging the work of the pond, approximately 25,000 sqft island was built in Tilwa and it was reserved for the construction of the temple and garden garden. After that beautiful garden was built on the island and SrimantSawaiMadhavraoPeshve named the poetic 'SarasBagh' of this garden.

In 1784, SrimantSawaiMadhavraoPeshve built a small temple on the island of Lake and established an eternal god Shri SiddhivinayakGajana. The mountains and the SarasBagh and the lake are the places where there is a place of worship and devotion. During the pre-independence era around 1861, many seats in the city were handed over to Pune Municipal Corporation. At that time, the Mumbai Government transferred the lake from the island of Ganpati to the Pune Municipality. The park was developed in the lake area of ​​Pune in the year 1966.Ganapati's idol is a marble and a right trunk, and there is a grand entrance and a round the clock.

7. Shindechhatri

MahadjiShindeChhatri alias ShindyanchiChhatri located in Wanwadi, about 7kms from Pune railway station is one of the landmarks of Pune. This memorial is dedicated to the great soldier MahadjiShinde, the Commander in chief of the Maratha Army, between 1760 to 1780 (during the rule of the Peshwas). Built in 1965 in the Rajasthani style of architecture by Madhav Rao Sindhya, it becomes one of the famous architectural memorial of Pune . Spread over an area of 4 acres of land this three storey 50 ft tall monument houses a Shiva temple, which was built by MahadjiShinde in 1794 and the Samadi of ShrimantMahadjiShinde, who passed away in the same year. One can enter the monument through the magnificent iron gates. The halls with marble flooring and stone pillars houses colored glass panes and antique lamps. The exterior walls are carved with beautiful floral designs and stained glass windows with mini balcony. One can found a silver portrait of the warrior, dressed up in a flame coloured turban and a richly designed shawl. The Puja vessels used by him to worship the family deity are kept at the foot of his picture and are still being used for daily rituals.The most notable fact about the monument is that it still retains its architectural beauty and seems unaffected by the ravages of time. At present it is managed by SindhiyaDevasthan, a trust of Gwalior.ShindyanchiChhatri opens from 6.00am to 9.00pm.

MahadjiShindeChhatri has thick wood walls, as if the wall is on the wall. Externally, there is a small castle. There is a temple of Hanuman in front. Rs. 5 takedowns entered in. There is a Samadhi temple of MahadjiShinde on the side of Mahadev Temple. MahadjiShinde's Samadhi Temple was built in the year 1965 to remind MadhavraoShinde. Samadhi was built on the same place where MahadjiShinde was cremated. MahadjiShinde was a great warrior. He had defeated the British in the Anglo-Maratha war. 1779 Battle of Wadgaon was won. He fought with valor and fought the war. He established the kingdom of Gwalior. MahadjiShinde was the main pillar of Peshwas. There is a temple of Mahadev in the middle of the area. The temple itself was built by MahadjiShinde in 1794. There was silence because it was noon. The temple enjoys pleasant melting, cold weather. In the temple, photographs of the ancestors of the Shinde family and the present generation have been photographed. The stone carvings of the temple are done in a magnificent way. The temple is 2 stories tall. There is an interior decoration. Permission is not to go to the top. The carved image of God is carved on the back wall of the temple. The flowers are also carved on the wall. The compound part of the temple is very beautiful. There are small piers on the four sides of the main summit. The pillars of the temple are also marked. The walls are empty. Specially there too beautiful carvings have been done. The arches of the pillars have also done excellent rugs. Beautiful pictures will be painted on the abdomen's roof. On the roof of the temple there are idols all around. In front of the Mahadev temple, MahaMandir does not feel like a temple. Photos are prohibited from taking photographs in the temple. Your mind is pleased by seeing the Vaastu. There is plenty of free space around here. MahadjiShindeChatriVastu is maintained by ShindeDevasthan Trust.

8. Rajiv Gandhi Zoological Park

Katraj  Park is situated 8 km from Pune at Katraj on the Pune-Satara Highway. Mr. Neelam Kumar Khaire, who was appointed by the Pune Municipal Corporation, built the park in 1986. In 1999, the park was incorporated with the Rajiv Gandhi Udyan and then considered as an important conservation parks in Pune. Main aim behind the construction of this park is to spread awareness about these poisonous creatures and to remove the ubiquitous myths about them. The park houses about 160 species of snakes of different types and sizes, numerous birds, turtles and crocodiles. Main attraction here is the six years old poisonous nine feet long King Cobra, which was brought from Sunderbans. The park is also a habitat for the rare species of Brown Palm Civet.

Katraj Snake Park is famous for its pro-wildlife activities. During Nagpanchami various snake festivals and snake awareness programs are conducted not only to honor the serpents (Hindu God) but also to discourage ill-treatment towards them. The library within the park gives information about these poisonous creatures with pictures. One of the striking feature in the park is that the blind visitors can get information about the snakes through Braille (a method that is widely used by blind people to read and write), which has been developed in the park by NeelimkumarKhaire. The zoo inside the park is an added attraction. Next to the snake park is the Katraj Garden with a small lake on one side, which offers boating to the visitors. Lord Shiva temple, Goddess Parvati, Lord Ganesha, Kartikeya and Lord Vishnu temples are the nearby attractions of the park The Park opens from 10 am to 5:30 pm everyday and closed on Wednesday. Entry fee: Rs50 for adults and Rs 25 for children.

9. Parvati Temple

The mountain is situated on the southeast side of Pune city of Maharashtra. The name of the hills is named after the mountain name of Goddess, which is seen from many parts of Pune. It has a height of 640 meters (2100 feet) above sea level. It can reach at elevation of 103 steps.  These steps end near a grand school. There are temple temples of Devadevshwar and some other deities. NanasahebPeshwe, the Prime Minister of the Maratha Empire, built the Devadevwar temple. April 23, 1 The temple stood on 1749

Apart from the main temple of Goddeshwar on the mountain, there are temples of Kartikeya, Vishnu, Vitthal-Rukmini etc. Among these, the Kartik Swami Temple, Shree Vishnu Temple, Homeshala etc. were constructed during the aftermath of Devadevshwar Temple. In the third battle of Panipat, the anniversary of the annihilation of NanasahebPeshwa, which wasted due to the huge loss of Maratha in June. It was built in the Housesshala in 1761 [2] .The main temple is built in modern Hindu style. Its top is high and tilting, and it is covered with gold. There are four small temples in the four corners of the square in the square, which are dedicated to Sun Deva (southeast), Ganesh (southwest), Ambabai(northwest) and Vishnu (northeast). In 1766, MadhavraoPeshwa comprised four small temples and one main temple Shiva Panchayat developed it. In the temple, there are metal statues of Lord Shiva, Parvati and Ganesh. Those three idols were originally made of gold in 1749; They were stolen in 1932 and other such metal images were placed in its place. Lord KartikSwamy's temple is situated on the western side of the main temple. There is no access to women there.

10. Osho Ashram

In 1974, Osho settled in Koregaon Park in Pune. They bought this place with the help of Yoga Mukta (Catherine Venizilos). Here, Osho continued teaching here till 1981. This place is in the heart of today's Osho International Center of Meditation. The sound recording and the sound recording were started at this place. The texts of Osho lectures started here and their teachings grew. The number of Western visitors has increased a lot. At this place, the centers of clothing, jewelry, ceramics and organic cosmetics were also raised; Theater, music and mokhhabinya programs started going here. After 1975, the psychiatrist at the Human Potential Movement came to Pune and along with meditation, this treatment method became a major source of ashram's income.

Osho's ashram in Pune was a gorgeous place. In the morning meditation, then in the 'Buddha Hall' for lectures and quizzes on topics ranging from one to one and a half hours to osho; Throughout the day all the treatments and the activities of Osh at night and personal interaction with the audience, the initiation of initiation of new disciples. People are advised to opt for the psychoanalysis or opt for themselves. Some of the initiatives of the ashram were initially experimental. In some groups, physical aggression and sexual aggression also have some advantages. Complications of the injuries suffered during the treatment of such groups started coming in the newspapers. The violence in treatment centers ended in January 1979.

Even later, the ashram was controversial due to the use of drugs and prostitution by residents of the ashram. At the end of the seventies, the ashram Oshon became insufficient and the test was started for an alternate place. Their mind never moved to the ashram. Morarji Desai's Janata Party Government and the relation between the Ashram and the tension are related to it. The land-use approval was abolished and the Government stopped the issuance of an entry for foreign visitors showing Poona Ashram as the main destination. Desai's government canceled the tax exemption of Ashram with retrospective effect and an estimated Rs 50 lakh was incurred on the ashram. Osho's conflict with various religious leaders came in the back of the ashram-migration. During the twenty-two-day speech of May 1980, Hindu fundamentalist named Vilas Tupe threw a knife towards Oshon. Since the local police had already heard, they were present in the hall. After the police took control of Tupa, Oshon continued the lecture.

By 1981, the Osho Ashram was offering up to 30,000 guests annually. In everyday lectures, there were large numbers of European and American people. Osho's lecture was changed by the end of the seventies. Lectures that were less emphasis on intellectual matters and to push the listeners or informal jokes for their replay. After 15 years of lecture, on 10 April 1981, Oshoni accepted the public silence. They lasted for about three and a half years. Sagitta took place of lectures. They sit quietly in musical environments .