Centurion Spring Hills Holiday Resort
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... and snacks ! Also one can buy at stores just outside tulsi baag ready made navwari sarees ( the 9 yard style of saree typical to Pune -now stores have stitched the same so it can be worn easily like a skirt and does not need special skill to tie up )- a good item to have as souvenir. One gets sizes for girls starting 2 years to that of older women !! )
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