Aga khan Palace
The Aga khan Palace is a historically monument in Pune which is famed and well related with Indian Independence movement. According to the historians, it is in this palace where Mahatma Gandhi and his wife Kasturba Gandhi were jailed along with Mahadeobhai Desai during the Quit India Movement in 1942. It is a worth-while destination to pay a visit.
Bund garden in Pune is a wonderful place to visit covering ardent beauty that is located at the right bank of the rivers of Mula and Mutha Rivers. Sir Janshedji has built the bund with an aim to provide water to poor for farming. It also has another name that is Mahatma Gandhi Udyan.
The Bund garden has plenty of attractive floras to catch the attention of the visitors. It is quite a peaceful place for relaxing in the evenings and weekends. Tourists can enjoy the boat ride in the backwaters. The garden is away from the chaos of the city.
Shaniwar Wada was well-known palace of the great rulers Peshwa dynasty in Pune. King Baji Rao was built the structure of Maratha Dynasty in 1730. The Palace was demolished in a big fire in 1827.
Shaniwar Wada is an actual picture of Maratha culture and the architectural design that reflects the influence of Mughal style and the feature of Maratha artistic styles. Delhi Darwaza is the 21 feet tall massive door that comes as one of the grand old Palaces in India.
Parvati hill is a wonderful as well as holy location in Pune. Parvati Hill Temple is assumed to be built during 17th century. It is a most important Hindu religious destination in Pune that are situated on top of majestic Parvati Hill. It protects the deities of Goddess Parvati, Lord Ganesha, Lord Vishu, Devateshwar and Lord Karthikeya. It is believed that this temple was solely used for the prayers of Peshwa rulers in erstwhile time, later it was opened to public.
Steps with specialized stone architectural works of Maratha lead to the hill temple. The Parvati hill is an ideal location for trekkers. Other enchanting attractions are Parvati Museum enclosing old manuscripts, rare coins and weapons, Sati Monument and Vetal Chabutra.