Pataleshvara Cave Temple
The curious rock-cut Pataleshvara Cave Temple is a small and unfinished (though active) 8th-century temple, similar in style to the...
Jangali Maharaj Temple
Adjacent to the Pataleshvara Cave Temple is the Jangali Maharaj Temple, dedicated to a Hindu ascetic who died here in 1818.
Raja Dinkar Kelkar Museum
This fascinating museum is one of Pune’s true delights. Housing only a fraction of the 21,000-odd objects of daily life collected by...
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Old-timers can’t stop raving about this institution, known for its range of delicious snacks and meals. ‘Don’t miss the SPDP’, notes a...
Lonely Planet review
The ruins of this fortress-like palace are located in the old part of the city of Pune. Built in 1732, the palace of the Peshwa rulers burnt down in 1828, but the massive walls and plinths remain, as do the sturdy palace doors with their daunting spikes. In the evenings there is an hour-long sound-and-light show .