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tgblog Jan 18 2019

Pune -The Queen of Deccan

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Pune, or previously called as Ponna is the second largest Maharashtran state and the ninth most populous state in India. Pune is ranked as 1 in the “ease of living” index. Like the index says, the city is an ease to live. City is donned with beautiful monuments, architectural marvels and natural wonders. Pune is easily accessible from all top cities like Banglore, Mumbai, Hyderabad, Goa and Chennai. You can book online bus tickets to Pune from ticketgoose.com. Travels like Orange travels, VRL travels, SRS travels and National travels services these routes. Come, let us walk through the streets of Pune and visit the best places in Pune!

Malshej Ghats

Malshej Ghat is a mountain pass in the Western Ghats range. The ghat has an average height of 700 m and it boders Thane and Ahmednagar districts. The ghat area nestled by hundreds of different kinds of flora and fauna. The place also houses differnt types of aviaries like quails, rails, crakes, flamingos and cuckoos. The best time to visit is the rainy and winter seasons. The foggy weather and falls coupled with a hot beverage can be blissful. It is the best monsoon getaway spot.

National War Museum

National war museum or The National War Memorial Southern Command is a war memorial in Pune Cantonment, India. The museum /memorial is dedicated to post-Independence war martyrs. This is the only war memorial in South Asia which has been erected by citizens’ contributions. The memorial was unveiled on August 15, 1998. People gather on Vijay Diwas (i.e.) every December 16 to pay respects and tributes to army veterans. The place is divided into indoor museum and outdoor museum.

Theme Parks

Pune is filled with theme parks. These places feel like a heaven to children to play and enjoy. Important parks are Junglehood, Sentosa Water Park, Krushnai Water World, Rajgad Waterpark, Appu Ghar Amusement Park & Diamond Park.

Mulshi Dam

Mulshi is a major dam on the Mula river. The dam was constructed in 2927 and the water from this dam is used for electricity generation. The dam is the lifeline of Pune. The dam should be visited during rainy season. The vast green fields with water are a pleasant site. This is one of the major picnic spots in Pune.

Pune is an amazing place to visit along with kids. The place has everything for every demographics. Reaching Pune is very simple. The place is well connected with roads, you can book tickets on the go! Don’t wait, book your bus tickets online to Pune immediately at ticketgoose.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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