Things to do in Pune

Shaniwar Wadda Noorya Hometel Pune

Shaniwar Wada

Shaniwarwada was the stately manor initially worked as the residence of the Peshwas. The establishment of the manor was laid by Bajirao 1 in the year 1730 AD and development was finished in 1732 AD at a cost of Rs. 16,120. A few increments were made to the royal residence like stronghold dividers with bastions, doors and court corridors by his successors.

Dabduseth Ganpati Temple Noorya Hometel Pune

Dagdusheth Ganpati Temple

The sanctuary is a wonderful development and gloats a rich history of more than 100 years. Jay and Vijay, the two sentinels made of marble get the attention of all at the start. The development is simple to the point that every one of the procedures in the sanctuary alongside the excellent Ganesh symbol can be seen even from outside. 

Osho Commune Noorya Hometel Pune

Osho International Meditation Resort

Forever connected with Pune's character, this notable ashram-resort, situated in a verdant, upscale northern suburb, has been drawing a huge number of sannyasins (searchers) since the passing of Osho in 1990. With its swimming pool, sauna and spa, tennis and boutique guesthouse, it is, to a few, a definitive place to enjoy some luxury contemplation.

Aga Khan Palace Noorya Hometel Pune

Aga Khan's Palace

This castle was worked in 1892 by Imam Sultan Muhammad Shah Agakhan III. He was chosen as the President of the League of Nations in 1938 and was very much prestigious in the field of governmental issues and games. The royal residence was later given to India by Aga Khan IV in 1969 as a sign of regard to Gandhiji and his reasoning.