Industrial Visit in Pune can be a very interesting experience, Pune is the second largest city in the Maharashtra and is the automobile capital of India, Pune is also educational hub with many colleges and universities, Pune is emerging as a prominent location for IT and manufacturing companies to expand. Pune manufactures everything everything ranging from two-wheelers and autorickshaws to cars, tractors, tempos, excavators and trucks. Automotive companies like Tata Motors, Mahindra & Mahindra, Mercedes Benz, Force Motors (Firodia-Group), Kinetic Motors have set ups in Pune. Automotive companies including General Motors, Volkswagen, and Fiat have set up greenfield facilities near Pune. Its also home to Bajaj Two wheelers. All these manufacturing has Given Pune a nick name of “Motor City”. The IT sector in pune employs more than 70,000 people. Major software companies in Pune include Infosys, Persistent Systems, Geometric Limited, Symphony Services, Wipro, TCS, Cognizant, Symantec, Tech Mahindra, Syntel, Fujitsu, Cybage, IBM global, Sybase and Crest Premedia Solutions (P) Ltd.
Several automotive component manufacturers and engineering companies like Kirloskar Oil Engines Ltd ,Saint-Gobain Sekurit, TATA Autocomp Systems Limited, Robert Bosch GmbH, ZF Friedrichshafen AG, Visteon, and Continental Corporation are also located here.
Home to some prestigious universities educational and research institutes, Pune, aptly dubbed ‘The Oxford of the East’, has more than a rarefied academic and cultural air to it. Once the bastion of the Maratha power, the city also boasts beautiful architecture, museums and a wide array of restaurants, cafes and entertainment.
Pune has also earned the sobriquet of the ‘Queen of Deccan’ for its scenic beauty due to the idyllic setting of the city on the on the Sahyadri mountain range. This second largest city in Maharashtra is also a travel destination for its religious places. In recent times, it has emerged as a famous IT hub of India.
Sights to See
Aga Khan Palace/Gandhi National Memorial Located on Nagar Road, this iconic landmark entered the records of history books when the palace was used by the British to intern Mahatma Gandhi and his wife Kasturba Gandhi who died in this palace. A memorial, in the memory of Kasturba Gandhi, was later erected here, giving the palace the name of Kasturba Gandhi Memorial or Kasturba Samadhi. Built in 1892 by Imam Sultan Muhammad Shah Agakhan III, Aga Khan Palace is an impressive building with Italianate arches, suites, salons and spacious lawns.
Bund Garden One of the most visited parks in Pune,Bund Gardenis a wonderful place to visit with something to entertain your whole family. Also known as Mahatma Gandhi Udyan, it is a welcome haven for migratory birds during winter.
Architecturally amongst the best, just about a couple of kms from the Pune racecourse is the memorial of the great Maratha nobleman Mahadji Shinde. You can see the warrior’s painted silver likeness, swathed in a flame-colored turban and elaborate shawl. At his feet are the original prayer vessels, used to propitiate the family deity each morning.
A sign asks you not to open an umbrella within the Chhatri’s precincts, as it would be an insult to the warrior’s memory.
Raja Dinakar Kelkar Museum Containing things beautiful, unusual, and ancient, Raja Dinakar Kelkar Museum is housed in a Rajasthani style building located adjacent to the busy Bajirao Road. The museum holds a large repository of artefacts.
Empress Gardens Locally as the ‘Soldiers’ Garden’,Empress Gardens should be your stopover if you are on a sightseeing trip to Pune. Occupying an area of 39 acres, the garden is the habitat of several rare species of trees and flowers. The garden is a delight for the nature lovers who throng here in large number.
Shaniwar Wada Upon visiting this 18th century imposing palace, it’s easy to see the grandeur of the Peshwas who raised Maratha power to greater heights. Built as the chief residence of the Peshwas, it is one of the famous monuments in Pune.
The Tribal Museum documents the cultures of Maharashtrian communities, particularly those from the Sahyadri and Gondawana regions. It is open weekdays from 10 am to 5 pm. The city tours do not halt at this site.
Situated on the slope of a hill on Senapati Bapat Road is the shrine of Chaturshringi, the presiding deity of the city. The temple is a sacred place for the devotees.
Pataleshwar Caves Located on Jungli Maharaj Road at Shivaji nagar, this 8th century cave temple is hidden in the heart of the city, in the midst of modern high rise buildings. Carved out of a single rock, Pataleshwar Cave Temple is dedicated to Lord Pataleshwar – God of the Underworld.
Central Water, Power, Irrigation and Navigation Research Institute, Film and Television Institute of India; Katraj Snake Park, Parvati Hills and Temples, SarasBaug, Osho Ashram, Parvati Hills and Temples and Shinde’s Chhatri are other places of interest in Pune.
Panchgani (98 km): It is a popular hill resort.
Wai (90 km): It is famous for temples and ghats.There are seven ghats here.
Bhimashankar (95 km): One of the five ‘Jyotirlingas’ in Maharashtra is situated at Bhimashankar. The Bhimashankar Wildlife Sanctuary is spread over an area of 130.78 sq km.
Ahmednagar (118 km): Ahmednagar, founded by Ahmed Nizam Shah is now the district headquarters. Places of interest are Ahmednagar Fort, Chand Bibi Mahal, Farah Bagh and old monuments of the Nizamshahi period.
Mahableshwar (120 km): It is a popular hill resort.
Raigadh Fort (126 km): This fort witnessed Shivaji’s coronation and his death.
Vasota (140 km): It is a forest fort, at an altitude of 1100 m in the thick jungles on the banks of Koyna dam.
Bhatghar Dam (50 km): Bhatgar has one of the highest dams in India, built on the river Velunadi.
Industries for Industrial Visit in Pune
◾Pune Dairy ◾Tata Motors ◾Mahindra & Mahindra ◾Kirloskar Oil Engines Ltd
And many More Industries for more information see state wise list of Industries
Ashta-Vinayak: Eight places in Maharashtra, where “Swayambhu” or self-formed idols of Shree Ganesh are installed are popularly known as the Ashta-Vinayak Temples. These temples are situated around Pune. These are Moregoan(65 km), Madh(80 km), Pali (90 km), Siddhatek(99 km), Ozar (75 km), Lenyadri (90 km), Ranjangaon (53 km), Theur (25 km) and Gliderdrome(13 km)
Chinchwad (16 km): The place is famous for the temples and samadhi of Moraya Gosavi.
National Defence Academy (12 km): A premier defence institute at Khadakvasla imparts basic training to officers of all the three wings of the defence services.
Pimpri: Various places of historical importance as well as natural beauty in the area are being developed in a pre-planned manner. Durga Devi Park and Indira Gandhi Park can be pointed out as a step in the right direction
Balaji Temple(28km): Located near Narayan gaon Tirupati Balaji temple is a replica of the famous Tirupati temple in South India and attracts thousands of devotees.
Sinhagad Fort (24 km): Formerly known as Kondhana, this historical fort was one of the most impregnable forts in Western India and a mute testimony to the important historical events.
Alandi (29 km): Located on the banks of Indrayani river, this small village is famous for the samadhi of Shri Dnyaneshwar, the author of Dnyaneshwari.
UruliKanchan (30 km): The place is famous for Naturopathy Centre started by Mahatma Gandhi and his disciple Manibhai Desai in 1946. all types of diseases and disorders are cured here.
Dehu (34 km): Dehu’s claim to fame lies in being the birthplace of the famous saint poet Tukaram.
Jejuri (48 km): Khandoba, the deity of Jejuri is family deity of many Maharashtrian families.
Purandhar (38 km): Located at an altitude of 1,350 meters in the Western Ghats, Purandar fort was the capital of the great Maratha leader Chhatrapati Shivaji.
Mulshi Lake (45 km): One of the most popular excisions from Pune, the lake is located in the heart of the Sahyadri hills. The Kerala Ayurvedic Rejuvenation and Research Establishment attracts visitors.
Panshet Dam (45 km): Located between Panshet and Varangaon dam, this dam offers a unique water sports holiday.
Karla (55 km): The place is known for its Buddhist rock cut caves;
Lohagad and Visapur Forts (52 km): The twin forts separated by one km stretch of ridge, are on the top of an impressive hill 10 km from Malavali railway station.
Lonavala – Khandala (64 km): These are the popular twin hill stations in the state of Maharashtra.
Shivneri Fort (93 km): It is the birthplace of Chhatrapati Shivaji, it is an important as well as imposing historical fort with Buddhist caves on the top.
Harish chandra gadh (125 km) The fort has a number of caves and a well-built tank.
dam.Harnai (178 km): This is a seaside village with a lovely beach in Ratna giri district. The seafort ‘Suvarnadurg’ at Harnai and the temple of Shree Ganesh at Anjarle, 3 km away are worth visiting.
How would you like to travel for Industrial Visit in Pune?
The city’s airport is connected by flights from major cities like Delhi, Chennai and Mumbai.
Pune is a major railhead connecting several important cities and places in India.
Pune is connected by good motorable roads to all places in India. Pune is:
◾170 km from Mumbai ◾226 km from Aurangabad ◾835 km from Bangalore ◾237 km from Kolhapur ◾120 km from Mahabaleshwar ◾476 km from Nanded ◾202 km from Nashik
Contact Us for Industrial Visit in Pune