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The Osho Commune - 2.9 KM

An ashram founded by Rajneesh Chandra Mohan Jain, and more popularly known as Osho, the Osho Commune International is situated in Koregaon Park and is most widely known for the meditation courses it offers A resort, dedicated to yoga and meditation, it promises its visitors with rejuvenating experiences, soothing for their mind and soul. Various kinds of training programs on spiritual living and stress free lifestyle are conducted here at regular intervals.

Aga Khan Palace - 1.6 KM

Aga Khan Palace is well known both for its architectural excellence as well as its historical significance. It is one of the most important landmarks in Indian history and has been instrumental in many defining moments of India's independence. The palace was once the site where Mahatma Gandhi, his wife Kasturba Gandhi, as well as Sarojini Naidu and Mahadev Desai were held prisoners. Spread over a vast land of 19 acres, the palace is now the headquarters of the Gandhi National Memorial society. Here, making khadi is still one of the prime activities.

Shaniwar Wada - 7.2 KM

Built in around 1736, by Bajirao Peshwa, Shaniwar Wada is located in the heart of Pune city. Originally constructed as a residence for the Peshwas, it is a stately mansion, depicting influence of Mughal designs in its architecture. The wada displays architectural excellence. It has intricately carvings and exquisite designs by the Maratha artisans.

Shreemant Dagdusheth Halwai Ganpati Mandir - 7.7 KM

A divine place of worship devoted to Lord Ganapati, Shreemant Dagdusheth Halwai Ganapati temple is extremely famous for its religious festivities. inception of the temple took place over 125 years ago by Shri Dagdusheth Halwai (sweet maker) and his wife, Lakshmibai. The idol of Lord Ganesh in the temple is 7.5 feet tall and 4 feet wide. It is adorned with nearly 8 kilos of gold.

Pataleshwar Cave Temple - 8.7 KM

Pataleshwar Caves Pune is dedicated to Lord Pataleshwar – a name dedicated to Shiva. ‘Patal’ translates to ‘underworld’, and ‘Ishwar’ translates to ‘Lord’. Inside the caves, there is a temple dedicated to Lord Shiva and Nandi, which was made from an excavated monolithic rock during the reign of ‘Rashtrakuta Dynasty‘ in 8th century AD. Passages, circular Nandi Mandapa, and massive pillar are the noticeable features of the conserved site.

Raja Dinkar Kelkar Museum - 9.3 KM

Established by Baba Dinkar Kelkar, in the year of 1962, the museum has a collection of almost 20,000 articles, belonging to different parts of the world, which were collected by Baba Kelkar. An impressive collection of musical instruments, Mughal lamps, paintings and other antiques, paintings on the scenes from mythological epic Ramayana, nutcrackers, Ganpati's guns, carved palace doors, excellent pottery collection, vessels made up of terracotta, copper and brass, etc. are a few of the items which are displayed at Raja Dinkar Kelkar Museum in Pune. There are also statues of Lord Ganesha, Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati at the museum.

Sinhagad Fort - 38.5 KM

Sinhagad, literally means Lion’s Fort, is perched on an isolated cliff in the Bhuleswar range of the Sahyadri Mountains. The fort is ‘naturally’ protected due to its very steep slopes. On a clear day forts of Torna, Rajgad and Purandar are visible from Sinhagad Fort. Night trekking from Katraj to Sinhagad Fort is one of the moat popular activities at Sinhagad. The trek starts from Old Katraj Tunnel Top and goes through a mountain chain stretching along 16 kilometres in distance.