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One of Pune's iconic monument. Though most of the original structure was destroyed in a fire. But we can imagine the grandeur the palace must had. Also you get the view of the street of Pune surrounding it. There is also a laser show on...More
Dear Friends, you might have visited this monument many times. But no one knows how the Narayan Peshwa was brutally murdered. Where was that area of seven storied structure where he was chased by hired Pendhari goons running for his life.
How many were they?...More
Not a big site. Nothing much is left with the fortress ruin. Not much of descriptive information onsite. Good as a recreational park in a busy area when the weather is good. Ticket price is a little expensive at 200 rupees for foreigners.
Shaniwar Wada, the de facto Capitol palace of the Marstha Empire was constructed between 1730- and 1732 by Baji Rao I, the victorious Peshwe who defeated the Nizam of Hyderabad, and along with his brother, pressed the Empire’s boundary up to the Jamna River and...More
It's a very famous historical place.
The entrance is very nice n it shows how it builts to protect from enemies. The wall of Shaniwar wada itself is a very strong n protective. I like historical places n this is one of those. I'm residing...More
The staff could have been more helpful and friendly. A lot of tourists visit this place but the staff behave poorly. The place itself is not well maintained though had lot of historic importance. A must-visit for anyone who comes to Pune and likes historic...More
The fort is right in the center of the city. Actually Pune has grown around the Fort. The seat of The Peshwas , post Shivaji Maratha rulers in Maharashtra.
While it is also known for some infamous ghost story, we should see the fort more...More