Kai Zhala!

Waited for quite a long time to write my next post and here I am at an extremely intriguing new place, 1173 km away from home, where I am set to spend the next three years of my college life; Pune City.

A thriving metropolitan, Pune is a hub for businesses and academia and represents a splendid fusion of posh lifestyle and life of the interiors of the city. Pune has magnificently preserved its history, cultures and traditions even after globalisation knocked at its door in the 1990s and transformed the city for good.

Located near the western margin of the Deccan Plateau, the city experiences frequent rain showers and refreshing winds which give people all the more reasons to come and live here. 

Many adventurers indulge in trekking activities to disparate places in and around Pune. The treks on these gorgeous lush green mountains are remarkably thrilling and the paradise-like feeling at the summit is totally worth the effort and time one puts in. 

Shaniwar Wada, Saras Baug, Sinhagad, Shinde Chhatri and Aga Khan Palace are some of the iconic attractions for tourists to delve into the depths of history of Pune and Maharashtra.

A land of the youth and endless opportunities, one can find the best educational institutions, multinational companies, shopping malls, hotels and well the best of clubs and bars too.

The Maharashtrian cuisine is as zesty and spicy as one can imagine, it makes abundant use of aromatic and flavourful ingredients like peanuts, seeds and chillies. Vada Pav, Dabeli, Pav Bhaji are some of the few dishes one has to try while he is at the land of the Marathas.

It has been a little more than a fortnight here and I already love everything the city has shown me (not the traffic though) and I hope I wake up each morning, for the next three years, excited to explore something new!



113 thoughts on “Pune

  1. I’m so happy you love the city !
    I hope you have all the adventures and create infinite memories
    And again , this is very well written
    Always proud of you ❀

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  2. Your photo certainly agrees with your words: lush green mountains they are, indeed. Such a fabulous view, and Pune has so much else in its favour, too. I’ve heard others praising the university there and I’m sure you’ll have a wonderful three years of study, while you enjoy the ‘posh llfestyle’! πŸ™‚

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  3. Thank you for you many visits to my blog. Here you are again, I almost gave up visiting, for your absence here. Very lovely post. This is great, how you give these nice reviews of far away places (for folk like myself), informative and exciting. thank you.

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  4. I have never heard of Pune and I do hope you explore a lot and post what you see. It sounds like a place we (my wife and I) would love to visit, possibly to live. Looking forward to more reports about living in Pune from you!

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  5. These days, from what I hear, Pune is almost every student’s dream. πŸ™‚ Good luck on your journey and hope you make the most of it! Enjoy. πŸ˜€ I look forward to more posts about your travels in the city.

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  6. Great blog! πŸ™‚ I’m a graduate from Pune and by far those were the best 3 years of my life , so much so that I don’t feel at home anywhere else in the world but Pune! I miss everything about Pune!! Hope you have a great time there and i’m looking forward to read about your adventures there!! πŸ™‚ Good luck !!

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      1. Oh okay I thought you were a science student. I just remember because of your username which resembles to electrode-well that’s what you told me. Anyways best of luck and have funn! πŸ˜€

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      2. Wow, that’s great! Hope to read your blogs again!
        Oh, I have been making films on places I travel to and I’ll start making shortfilms on different ideas soon.
        You wanna talk someplace else? I’ll send you the link to my channel


  7. Nimit the story of a traveller pune is one of the best places in india Aga Khan Palace, Shaniwar Wada, Sinhagad, Dagadusheth Halwai Ganapati Temple, Raja Dinkar Kelkar Museum, and many nore are best places to visit….. Expert post

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  8. I have been to Pune thrice but the next time I go there, I ‘ll sure look at it in a new light! πŸ™‚
    Also, there are quite a few beautiful treks on the outskirts of Pune too: Torna, Rajgad, Raigad, Visapur & Korigad! Check them out too πŸ™‚

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