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About Pune


The eighth largest metropolises in India, Pune is located in the state of Maharashtra. It is the second largest city in the state after Mumbai, and is considered an important city in terms of its economical and industrial importance.Queen of the Deccan, Oxford of the East, and cultural capital of Maharashtra, Pune is a city with a future that promises to be as interesting as its history.
Pune is slowly becoming a cosmopolitan city and is now an important commercial centre. The narrow winding roads of the old Pune offer an interesting contrast to the open, spacious new city. However, Pune retains the old-world charm and its many quaint characteristics, including the omnipresent cyclists, rickshaws and a daily siesta hour that is taken very seriously indeed.
Surrounded by verdant hills and beautiful lakes.

Eating Out  

Pune has a platter full of eating places. You will never encounter any problem of eating out in Pune. The city has ample restaurants offering cuisines ranging from Indian to Chinese and Italian to Continental. On one hand you will get 5-course meal along with proper ambiance while on the other you will also get roadside foods. So what to eat in Pune is entirely your decision but as far as the food is concerned you will never be disappointed. You will always get your desired cuisine in Pune. So try your hand at some of the specialty foods while you are in Pune.
 Like with most regional cuisines of India, the Maharashtrian thali is also arranged to achieve a balance of flavours and nutrition. So alongside chutneys, wafers (papad), chopped/grated salad (koshimbir), sprouts (usal) and lentils - tempered (amti) and untempered (sadha varan), you will also find vegetables cooked in different ways (bhaji), rice (bhaat), rotis, yoghurt or buttermilk, and sweets (the popular ones<


Laxmi Road

Laxmi Road Laxmi Road in Pune is one of the major shopping areas of the city. In order to get the true flavor of the Indian culture.

M.G. Road (Camp)

M.G. Road, has shops selling gift items and other such articles. Camp is the area which refers to Central Pune.

Fashion Street

Fashion StreetFashion Street in Pune can be compared to the fashion Street in Bombay. It is just fascinating, the variety of stuff you can buy at Fashion Street.

Tulsi Baug

Today it is one of the most crowded commercial areas in old Pune.Tulsi Baug is famous shopping area for copper and brass idols, besides several household utility items.
Tulsi Baug is a well known for showrooms that sell mainly women's items. Along with that, you can also buy gift items, household items, metal ware, etc.

Juna Bazar

Juna Bazar Find a treasure trove in the aptly-named Juna Bazaar or Old Market. Antique coins are casua

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