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Visited pune recently for a conference. stayed at a great hotel very near the station called hotel kapila. fantastic rooms, a very nice restaurat and great service. all the amenities that one could ask for. its a classic business hotel and i recommend it to all business visitors to pune.
... hopefully something tangible, although just learning how to live here…its becoming pretty tangible to me now…I’m hanging in there and going with the flow.
P.S My first round of visitors is happening next week!! Well, its just one special lady for now, Miss Liz Jarrell, and we’re going North to Udaipur, the Pink city, Red Fort, and the white Taj Mahal. It’s a research/vacation trip and involves two 48 ...
... more traditional dance music. Yes, I went out and danced! I just didn't have the advantage of Bollywood dance lessons like the other girls.)
We went to several traditional shops and browsed local crafts. These shops were on the other side of Pune. It took approx 30 mins in traffic to get across town. Driving ...
... Britian in 1947.
Pune is located 560 m (1,840 ft) above sea level on the western margin of the Deccan Platuea. There are gently rolling hills here. Pune lies very close to the seismically active zone around Koyna Dam, about 100 km (62 mi) south of the city. Pune has experienced some moderate-intensity and many low-intensity earthquakes in its history.
The city existed ...
... Evidently not!!!
On Tuesday night, we went to the Chaturshringi Temple. A Hindu temple located on a hill down the street from the hotel. Chaturshringi means four. The temple is 90 feet high and 125 feet wide. It is a symbol of power and faith. You must climb 100 steps to get to the top and see the Goddess Chaturshringi, Goddess Durga and Lord Ganesh.
The story of the temple's ...