Considered as the cultural capital of Maharashtra, Pune is the second largest state of Maharashtra. Dated back in the 18th century, the political center of the Indian subcontinent was Pune. Pune is wide known for its manufacturing and automobiles industries as well as for its research institutes of information technology (IT). Pune is a flourishing metropolis and an epicenter of academia and business, which exemplifies the ‘New India’ with its perplexing combination of spiritualism, capitalism, modern and ancient. Originally, Pune was given pride of place by Shivaji and the reigning Peshwas and it was British who took the city thereafter in the year 1817.
Theology and Culture
Considered as the cultural capital of Maharashtra, Pune is the city that embodies the full—fledged Marathi culture. It is also said that Pune is the perfect intermingling of traditions with modernity, along with that classic twine. Pune is a place that is an ambassador of the modern architecture of the country having a price-winning building in its lap. Talking about the food of Pune, sorghum and pearl are the chief ingredients in all of its traditional food. If you are visiting Pune anytime soon, don’t forget to try the specialties like Pithla bhakri, Vada Pav, Dabeli, Puran Poli, Poha, Misal Pav, Bhelpuri, Pav Bhaji, and Panipuri. In addition to this, you must also give it a try to a thick milkshake having dry fruits in it namely, Mastani. For all the snack lovers out there, this place offers you Bakarvadi.
Markets And Shopping Complexes
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