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Pune has rich and glorious past. Pune has history that stretches back nearly 1600 years. Pataleshwar caves here are from the 5th century. Pune was part of the Jagir granted to Shivaji Maharaj’s grandfather Maloji Bhosale since 1599. Chhatrapati Shivaji, the founder of the Maratha Empire, was born at Shivneri Fort and grown up in Lal Mahal here. In 1713, Balaji Vishwanath was appointed Peshwa (prime minister) of the Maratha Empire by Chhatrapati Shahu. Pune was base of Peshwa. Peshwas constructed the Shaniwar Wada and developed Sadashiv Peth, Narayan Peth, Rasta Peth and Nana Peth, Saras Baug, Parvati Hill and many temples and bridges were constructed. Pune was prominently associated with the struggle for Indian independence. The city was a centre of agitation led by Gopal Krishna Gokhale and Lokmanya Tilak. The city was also a centre for social reform led by Agarkar, and Mahatma Phule. After independence Pune emerged as state's cultural capital. Now Pune is one of the largest metropolises in India with manufacturing, automobile, IT industries and education hub.
Tourist Attractions
Shaniwar Wada, Lal Mahal, Vishrambaug Wada, Parvati and Saras Bag, Agakhan Palace, Kesari Wada, Kelkar Musium, Ambedkar Museum,  Shinde Chhatri, Osho Ashram, Katraj Park, Okayama Friendship Garden, Pataleshwar, Dagdusheth Halwai Ganpati, Chaturshringi Mandir, Mandai and City Shopping
Nearby Tourist Places
Sinhgad Fort 35 km, Shivneri Fort 90 km, Panshet 40 km, Lavasa 60 km, Lonavala - Karla Caves 70 km, Malshej Ghat 120 km, Bhimashankar 110 km, Dehu 30 km, Alandi 25 km, Mahabaleshwar 120 km
Pune also serves as a transit point Ashtavinayak Yatra
Ashtavinayak Ganpati - Theur 27 km, Morgaon 66 km, Siddhatek 107 km, Ranjangaon 57 km, Ozar 80 km, Lenyadri 100 km, Mahad 130 km, Pali 150 km

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