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... crowned by temples.
Most people speak Marathi. It is 150 kilometers east of Mumbai located at an altitude of 560 meters above sea level. It is situated on the eastern edge of the Western Ghats in the Deccan plateau.
Pune is considered as the "cultural capital of the state", he has a university faculties and prestigious schools
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Pataleshwar Cave Temple
... flowing along quietly and smoothly.
Discovered a place exactly what has been explained above with same set-up, like god has painted the same picture what was in mind. This place looks awesome during Monsoon with a feel of hill station. Have a look at some of the pictures I have uploaded.
This place has been developed by Paranjape Builders and it comes under BlueRidge premises. Do visit this place if you want quick shot of nirvana ...
... was the entry to the notorious Osho Ashram (a very cynical write up in the Lonely Planet's India guide) and on, looking for a tree to hug in the much vaunted Koregaon Park. Unfortunately all the trees were hidden behind large fences and no go signs.
On my return to my digs I was approached by a beggar lady and walked within close proximity to two maroon clad devotees of the Osho Ashram. Both of which I did not react well too: curt language ...
... rickshaw. As all rickshaw rides are negotiable I had already decided what was an exceptable charge for an early morning ride; as it turned out the driver read my mind. Although they have meters in Nasik they are not used.
I arrived in plenty of time anticipating some necessary observations on other trains but it was not required. A large digital screen told me exactly where to find my pre-booked seat in the right coach relative to the trains position ...
... back to Vinod, waiting with the car... I had a text over an hour later to say they had got home!
The next day I met with Bharat in the afternoon to take a look round the kelker museum - a massive and really interesting collection of artifacts from all over India, from there we took a walk through old Pune to the ganesh temple, which we couldn't go inside but was impressive from outside. on the way there we had stopped for some street food (something my great aunt ...