The city of studies, Pune
Pune has become the epicenter of various colleges. Students from all across the country are visiting this city in the search of better educational facilities. In fact, people are also calling it the college town, The city has become quite populous and features a wide range of restaurants and nightlife opportunities. Presently, Pune is the perfect blend between the new and old India. As everyone is well aware of its rich history, Chatrapatti Shivaji was raised in this city. Furthermore, many kings built their places in this city. Ultimately making it a plethora of history and cultural hub. However, it is also one of the fastest growing cities in India and close to becoming the next It hub. In addition, Pune is also close to the hill-stations of Matheran, Lonavala, Kamshet, Khandala etc.
Things to visit in Pune:
Aga Khan Palace:
Built by Sultan Muhammed Shah Aga Khan III in 1892. The Aga Khan Palace is famous both for its architectural excellence as well as its historical significance. The palace covers an area of 19 acres. And it was constructed to support the poor in the neighboring areas who were facing famine. Furthermore, the palace is often associated with the Indian Freedom Movement. The Aga Khan Palace also features a museum that holds rich collections of pictures. you can also spot some precious items of Gandhi. In addition, the palace also has the real ashes of Mahatma Gandhi.