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  • The information, data, images and details provided in the document are for reference only and do not imply any direct or indirect liabilities on clients or FRDC and their Associates in whatsoever matter. All information shown here is in best interest for the client and the project and is based on information shared/provided at this juncture to us.This presentation is for exclusive use of Fstudio and its associates. If you find this report/document by mistake and are not the intended recipient of the same, please retrieve the same and return to FRDC, at infor@frdc.in, or call us at +91-80-65391936, or at 080-41468424.All rights and copyrights reserved with FRDC, Bangalore. Unauthorised use prohibited.

  • It is the 8th largest metropolis in IndiaThe name Pune derives from Punya Nagari meaning The City of Virtue in SanskritIt is situated on the Deccan Plateau at the confluence point of the Mula and Mutha riversToday, Pune is known for its educational facilities and relative prosperityIntroduction

  • Pune is the cultural capital of Maharashtra, and the notional seat of the Marathi languageIt was once the center of power of the Maratha EmpireChhatrapathi Shivaji Maharaj, the founder of the Maratha Empire lived there as a boyOld Pune city is divided into 17 peths since the Maratha ruleHeritage

  • The National Defence Academy is located in Khadakwasla near PuneNDA alumni have led and fought in every major conflict in which the India Army has been called to action since the academy was establishedNDA

  • Pune is Maharashtra's cultural capital and the form of Marathi spoken in Pune is considered to be the standard form of the languageThe city is known for various cultural activities like classical music, spirituality, theater, sports, and literatureDue to a large student population, Pune also hosts many youth festivalsPune Culture

  • It was in Pune in 1894 that Lokmanya Tilak initiated the concept of the communal celebration of the festival of Lord GaneshaThe 10 day festival culminates during the month of August or September each year with a carnival like procession to finally immerse (Visarjan) it in the local rivers

    Ganesh Chathurthi

  • The Chaturshringi goddess is the reigning deity of the city of Pune and a temple is dedicated to herIn September there is a huge procession for the Navaratris and people flock in to visit and receive blessings of the GoddessAnother famous temple is the Parvati Temple, located on a hill in PuneReligion - Hinduism

  • Pune was also home to a considerable population of the Indian Jewish Community, the Bene IsraelIt is home to Asia's largest Synagogue (outside Israel), The Ohel David Synagogue (Popularly called Lal Deval - the Red Temple )The Jewish Community

  • People for Animals was founded in 1994 by Pritish Nandy and Maneka Gandhi, convinced that India needed a people's movement to stop cruelty towards animalsIt has changed the lives of hundreds of animals in Pune and has conducted more than 30 animal rescue operations in 1 yearPeople for Animals

  • The Armed Forces Medical College (AFMC) is a premier medical college in IndiaIt is among the top 3 medical colleges in the country, located in Pune CantonmentThe college is managed by the Indian Armed ForcesAFMC

  • Also known as Pune Camp, is a military cantonment located in Pune, Maharashtra in IndiaIt was established in 1918 for accommodating troops of the British Indian ArmyThe headquarter of Indian Army's Southern Command is located in Pune CantonmentCantonment

  • Cantonment is also known for its many shopping locations like MG Road and East StreetEvery weekend from 5 to 9pm, the road is cordoned off and no vehicles are allowed, making it a pedestrian area popularly known as Walking Plaza. But now it is stoppedRecently, it was made into a Wi-Fi zone so that people on the road can access the InternetM G Road

  • Koregaon ParkThe area is often viewed as the most posh place in the city of Pune, and is primarily a residential area with lush green sceneryThis area has the famous German Bakery, where on 13 February 2010 a terrorist attack took place in this area on German Bakery

  • Fergusson College (FC) is a degree college founded in 1885 by the Deccan Education Society and at that time was the first privately governed college in IndiaIt is named after Sir James Fergusson, the Governor of Bombay, who donated a then princely sum of Rs 1,200Fergusson College

  • Pune is one of the premier industrial centers of IndiaIt is home to one of the worlds 3 largest 2 wheeler manufacturers, Bajaj autoThe industrial township of Pimpri Chinchwad, is dotted with over 4000 manufacturing units.Automobiles

  • Magarpatta is a self-contained residential cum Industrial / Corporate settlement spanning over 700 Acres of land. It is situated along the Pune - Solapur Highway in PuneIts award winning design and eco friendly construction made it the first such settlement in India to receive the ISO 9001 CertificationMagarpatta City

  • The spiritual teacher Osho (Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh) resided and taught in Pune during the 1970s and 1980s.The Osho International Meditation Resort is located in the Koregaon Park area.Spirituality - Osho

  • In December Pune hosts the Sawai Gandharva music festival for 3 consecutive days which is dedicated to the classical forms of music both Hindustani and CarnaticThe Shaniwarwada Dance Festival has seen great performances by Pt. Birju Maharajji and Padma Vibhushan Guru Kelucharan Mohapatra with his son and daughter in lawFestivals

  • Marathi Theatre is an integral part of Marathi culture. Both Experimental and Professional Theatre receive whole-hearted patronage from the Marathi communityTilak Smarak Mandir, Bala Gandharva Rangmandir etc. continue to serve these art formsLiterature and Theatre

  • Apart from its various temples, other historical attractions in and around Pune include the rock-cut Pataleshwar cave temple, Aga Khan Palace, Shaniwarwada, Lal Mahal, Shinde Chhatri and Sinhagad fortArchitechture

  • Pune has a variety of foods and cuisines.Some of the preparations are very peculiar to the cityBhakri-pitla, Dabeli, Wada pav, Misal pav, Bhakarwadi, Mastani milkshakeFood

  • Pune has more than a hundred educational institutes and nine universities, and has acquired a reputation as "The Oxford of the EastPune has more schools, colleges and universities than any other city in the world.Student Life

  • Pune is becoming a good party destination with people from multinational cultures flocking to Pune Discos, pubs and bars are becoming common in PunePune Nightlife

  • Pune is a city, which signifies "youthfulness and enthusiasm" at its bestWith the fast increasing number of migrants from other parts of India, the city is one of the fastest growing urban areas in IndiaMetamorphosis

  • Then and Now

  • Industries in Pune

  • In 1998 work on the six-lane Mumbai-Pune expressway began; the expressway being completed in 2001IT Parks have been established in Aundh, Hinjawadi and on Nagar RoadIn 2008 the Commonwealth Youth Games took place in PuneRecent Developments

  • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Culture_of_Punehttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Punehttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pune_Districthttp://www.punediary.com/automobile.htmlhttp://yearinindia.blogspot.com/2006/06/synagogue-in-pune.htmlhttp://adaniel.tripod.com/beneisrael.htmhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Armed_Forces_Medical_College,_Punehttp://www.indianetzone.com/2/marathi_drama.htm

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