Professional interior designing services
3/3 Hermes Nest, 844 Dastur Meher Road, Next To Old Dorabjee Restaurant
Pune - 411001
Residential interior designing
Flat No. 19, 3rd Floor, Makarand Park
Pune - 411052
End to end interior designing
B-1, Shreeji Vihar Near Kunal Icon
Pune - 411027
Home renovation and interior designing
29/30, B- Wing, Kamla Cross Road Bldg
Pune - 411018
Home renovation and interior designing
Pune - 411044
Commercial and corporate interior design
Plot No 32 ,Sr. No 5/1, Datta Nagar, Dighi Camp Alandi Road
Pune - 411015
Interior and architecture solution
1st Floor, 1212/B/2, Seeta House, Apte Road
Pune - 411004
Interior designing consultancy Pune
C/O:Vision Computer Education B-5, 1st Floor Pariseema Society, Shirole Road
Pune - 411004
Interior designing and turnkey solutions
G 5/2, Prestige Complex, Opp. Midc Office
Pune - 411019
Pune kitchen designers
C/o Pioneer Enterprises, Shop No 4, Jalan Corner, 538 Narayan Peth
Pune - 411030
Interior designer studio pune
Ramkrish Apartment, Flat No-11 3rd Floor, Deshmulh Path, Opposite Janata Sahakari Bank
Pune - 411005
Interior designing and space planing
25. Garden View Society. Near Bhagwat Hall
Pune - 411009
Interior designing firm pune
Shop No 12. Jai Ganesh Samrajya B Wing. Nashik Road. Panjarpol, Bhosari
Pune - 411039
Interior designing decorating service Pune
Pune - 411033
Interior designers and turnkey projects
S.No.27/2, Ram Mandir Lane
Pune - 411046
Creative designers Pune
Pune - 411060
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Pune is the second largest city in the Indian state of Maharashtra. Also, called the â€śQueen of the Deccanâ€ť, Pune is considered to be the cultural capital of Maharasthra. It first gained popularity in the 17th century as the capital of the Bhosle Marathas. The Mughals captured it temporarily but then it became the official Maratha capital from 1714 till its downfall under the British in 1817.
In present times, there has been a wide scale establishment of various industries and multinational corporations around Pune. It has slowly become a prominent location for the IT industry. There are also large factories and the products get distributed from Pune to other places. In short, Pune has seen a lot of growth in the past couple of years and that is why so many people are migrating to Pune in the hope of a better future.
Needless to say, Pune is quite densely populated with residential places all over the city. But, the best residential areas of Pune definitely include Koregaon Park, Kalyani Nagar, Boat Club Road, Hadapsar, Wagholi, Viman Nagar and Undri. So, if you are planning to relocate or get settled in Pune, these are the popular neighborhoods to look out for.
So, you will find people of various caste, class, creed, religion and ethnicity there. Marathi is the main language of the people of Pune but the cosmopolitan population of the city speaks other language like Hindi, English, and Gujarati as well.
The diversity in the population of Pune is reflected in the foods available there as well. In other words, you will get to enjoy foods of various kinds there. However, the items that you should try out at least once during your visit to Pune will definitely include Bakarwadi, Amti, Peanut Chutney, Samosas with Chutney, Sabudana Khichdi, Vada Pav, BhelPuri and Mastani.
There are several historical attractions, museums, parks and zoos there. Nature has also blessed the city with many picturesque landscapes. Moreover, due to a lot of famous educations intuitions situated there, Pune has rightfully earned the title of the â€śOxford of the Eastâ€ť. In short, be it a cultural history buff to a nature lover to someone who is engrossed into books, Pune attracts a huge variety of tourists. But, if you ask me to list names of places that one cannot afford to miss in Pune, then that would definitely include Western Ghats, Shivneri Fort, Aga Khan Palace, Parvati Hill Temple, Rajgah Fort, Lal Mahal, Raja Dinkar Kelkar Museum, the Empress Garden, Sinhagad Fort, and Peshwa Udyan Zoo.
Pune experiences a hot semi-arid with tropical wet and dry. However, it is overall pleasant. The best thing is even though you feel really hot in the afternoons but the mornings and the evenings are always very soothing. However, as far as the best time to visit Pune is concerned, then that would be between October and March.
To conclude, Pune, with its great weather, amazing tourist destinations, great variety of foods and good career opportunities, is an amazing place to live as well as visit.