How will the Pataleshwar temple be


As the second largest state of Maharashtra, Pune is a diverse hub of activity and is rapidly becoming one of the most important cosmopolitan cities in India. Pune used to be the headquarters of the Peshwa dynasty in Maharashtra, so all in all Pune is a veritable treasure trove of tourist attractions. It is almost impossible to list all the sights on one blog. For this reason I have divided the article into four blogs:



  1. Tourist Attractions
  2. gastronomy
  3. Culture
  4. history



Tourist Attractions


  1. Aga-Khan Palace


In 1892 Aga-Khan Palace was built by Sultan Muhammad Shah Agakhan III in Pune. It is considered to be one of the greatest landmarks in Indian history. Its other claim to fame is that it is used as a prison for Mahatma Gandhi and other well-known freedom fighters during the Indian freedom movement. Aga Khan Palace has Italian arches and spacious lawns.





  1. Shaniwar Wada


Shaniwarwada is a historic fortress and at the same time the former seat of government of the Peshwa in Pune. The fortress was destroyed by fire in 1823 and has been known as TOuristenattraktion worked with grand armored gates, massive palaces and a beautiful fountain.


  1. Sinhagad Castle


Sinhagad is a fortress that is a testament to the bravery of the Maratha warriors under the leadership of Tanaji Malusare, the general of Chhatrapati Shivaji. The fortress' previous name was Kondhana. It is also quite famous for the local gastronomy.




  1. Pataleshwar temple

The Pataleshwar Temple is the oldest temple in the city. Formerly the temple was outside the city area, today it is located near the center of Pune on Jangli Maharaj Road, one of the most important streets in the city. the temple dates back to the middle of the 8th century.

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