Pune Cricket Holidays & Tours
Like many of India’s largest cities, Pune has grown to become a bustling mixture of the commercial and cultural. The city has a long and illustrious history. Successive dynasties and empires made Pune their capital, culminating in the Peshwa rulers whose reign was brought to an end by the British in 1817. The legacy is a wealth of fascinating religious and colonial architecture sitting alongside the street stalls and tower blocks.
Although much of the old was swept away to build modern Pune you’ll gain a fascinating glimpse into the past in the ramparts of the Shaniwar Wada fortress. It’s also well worth heading for the impressive rock-carved Pataleshwar Cave Temple to wander through its columned passageways. For a taste of the spiritual you can also visit the Osho International Meditation Resort, founded by the late, controversial, guru Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh.