Pune is not only about blooming IT companies, growing urban concrete and flashy glass structures – but a lot more about a distinct culture and unique traditions that it lovingly keeps in its heart. Here, our regular community contributor Arti from Yatra Diary with her delightful photographs and expertise will take you through the lanes of Pune. Enjoy the journey!
Next time when you are in Pune or planning to visit Pune, do not forget to pay your visit in an ancient Shree Ram Temple in Tulsibaug. Read the mesmerizing features of this temple which will take you back in to the past. Don’t miss the chance to have a rendezvous with history. Know the complete details.
Lord Ganesha and Pune has a very vibrant connection. The city is not only a visting place of Lord Ganesh very year during Ganesh Utsav for as long as 22 days, but also a residing place from years. That is why, we have so many ancient temples of Ganesha here. Check out Dagdusheth Halwai Ganpati temple in Pune, one of the most ancient temples in India.
Vada Pav, Ussal, Misal Pav, Kande Pohe, Puran Poli, Modaks – the list of domestic cuisine of Pune is simply endless. Know Pune’s incredible eateries and the ‘mouthwatering fare they have on offer. Yes, know what to eat where to relish the flavour.
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