Tuesday, February 9, 2016

Tilak museum: Unfolding Bal Gangadhar Tilak’s life

Tilak museum is one of the greatest landmarks and major attractions of Pune. The museum is a dedication to social reformer, independence fighter and a nationalist teacher Bal Gangadhar Tilak.

Joggers Park – The hotspot for fitness freaks

Gone are the days when parks served as a den for love birds or a shady place for tired travellers.

Making a difference: Queen Mary’s Technical Institute

Apart from a handful of people, how many of us take time to think about those brave men who guard us at the border line, only to ensure that terror stays miles away from us.

Pune Marathi Granthalaya – A conserve of Marathi literature

If Marathi literature is what you are looking at, Pune Marathi Granthalaya is where you should head. It is a library, especially catering to the needs of regional readers.

Arthropod Museum to muse over joint-legged animals

Pune is a cultural hub and well known for its vast museums amongst its many highlights.

Kumbharwada: Keeping the traditional art alive

Light up this Diwali with artistic earthen diyas from our very own Kumbharwada of Pune.

Z Bridge – A cool place to hangout

Z Bridge is not just a link between roads but also a popular hangout of Pune where friends and lovers linger around this bridge for hours together.

The glorious Bund Garden

Overlooking the Mula Mutha Rivers, is the sprawling Bund Garden.

Dhananjayarao Gadgil Library: An economic treasure

Pune is a city of book lovers; who are more than eager to soak in the fascinating world of never-ending knowledge.

A book bonanza at Appa Balwant Chowk

A significant part of Pune, Appa Balwant Chowk is located in the heart of Pune city near Jogeshwari temple. The entire area which is mainly a road is a prominent hub for books and stationery items and is often referred as ABC chowk amongst Puneites.