The Parvati hill is in fact a complex of five temples constructed by the Peshwas. The hill is 2100ft above mean sea level and is on of the highest point in the city.
The Omkareshwar Temple is situated in the Shaniwar Peth on the banks of river Mutha. This is a Shiva temple constructed between 1740 to 1760 C.E. by Krishnajipant Chitrav.
Trishundya Mayureshwar Ganapati temple is a small but beautiful temple located in Somwar Peth near the Kamala Nehru Hospital. There is a stream called as Nagazari which is very close to it.
Kasaba Ganapati is considered as the presiding deity of the city of Pune. The custom is to seek the blessings of this deity before all auspicious, religious and social ceremonies.
The Deccan College in Pune is the third oldest educational institute in the country. It started as a part of the Dakshina Fund started by a Maratha Sardar Khanderao Dabhade.
The Pataleshwar cave temple is located on Jangali Maharaj road in the Shivajinagar area of Pune. It is a rock cut shrine dedicated to Lord Shiva. This cave was created in circa 8th century C.E.
Famous as the Mahadaji Shinde Chhatri, this memorial structure of Mahadaji Shnde is an imposing monument constructed on the left bank of the Bhairoba stream in Wanavadi, an erstwhile village but now a
The Aga Khan palace is a magnificent palace built by Sultan Muhammad Shah Aga Khan III in 1892 on the Pune Ahemadnagar highway.
Vishrambagwada lies on the Bajirao Road in the heart of the city. It was a built by the last Peshwa , Peshwa Bajirao II in 1807.
Shaniwarwada was the palace of the Peshwas since the 18th century C.E. The construction started on a Saturday, hence the name Shaniwarwada was given to the palace.