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Hi! I have beautiful apartment located close to famous Osho Meditation Resort. The apartment is river facing with all the luxury amenities. Its 55.8 sq.mt or 600 sq. feet. White goods like- Air-condition, Washing machine,
Hi! I have beauitful aptartment located close to famous Osho Meditation Resort. The apartment is river facing with all the luxury amenities.Its 55.8 sq. mt or 600 sq. feet. White goods like- Air-condition,Washing machine,Fridge,32" LCD,Home theater,Satellite disk, Internet connection,Power Back up,Microwave, Grill, etc. Clean Bed sheets, Blankets , towels, Hand towels,are provided.
Well equipped Kitchen to cook . A cleaning lady comes 5 times a week to do all the cleaning. Price is included in this.
Imp- The bathtub is not much in action due to some construction problem. So please note that one cant use the bathtub.
Local taxi rikshaw stand is close.
Railway station- 4 kms., Airport- 6 kms.
Taxi can be arrange to pickup from Airport (Mumbai ) or Pune.
Best place to relax and enjoy and meditate. close to the day today needs, plenty of restaurants, shopping malls and cinema around. Its safe, secure, clean and comfortable place to stay .Total Privacy for the guest as its not only a room but the whole apartment is only for you. The building has elevator.
The area is full of foreigners so easy to meet people from all over the world and I myself is world traveler and Journalist. I am good host who loves people and to introduce them to vast Indian culture.
About my city :
Pune has a rich past. It abounds with palaces, temples and monuments. Places like the Osho Ashram draw in visitors from around the world.
Shaniwarwada: Originally built as the residence of the Peshwas, Bajirao I laid the foundation of the magnificent mansion in the year 1730 AD. A fire gutted this massive structure and now only the remains can be seen. The main gate is called Dilli Darwaja, the rest are Mastani or Alibahadur Darwaja, Khidki Darwaja, Ganesh Darwaja and Narayan Darwaja.
Aga Khan Palace: Built in 1892, this palace was donated by the Aga Khan IV in 1969 as a mark of respect to Mahatma Gandhi. This palace occupies a very important place in the annals of the Indian freedom struggle. Gandhiji together with his wife Kasturba and secretary Mahadevbhai Desai were interned at the palace from August 9, 1942 to May 6, 1944. Mahadevbhai and Kasturba passed away at the Agakhan palace while in captivity
Parvati hills & temple: Perched at a height of 2100 feet, the temples on Parvati hill built by the Peshwas offer a bird's eye view of Pune.It is the highest point in Pune. This temple complex has temples dedicated to Devdeveshwar, Lord Kartikeya, Vishnu and Vitthal. It also houses a museum dedicated to the Peshwas and the samadhi of Nanasaheb Peshwa who passed away here.
Raja Dinkar Kelkar Museum: Established in 1962 by Baba Dinkar Kelkar and donated to the Maharashtra government in 1975, the museum has about 20,000 articles belonging to his personal collection. The museum houses the entire collection of Baba Kelkar, a replica of the Mastani Mahal, research facilities and the Institute of Musicology and fine arts.
Osho International Meditation Resort: Located in Koregaon Park, Pune, the 40-acre meditation resort is famous for its tranquil setting with a perfect blend of natural and man-made structures. People from the world over visit this resort to rejuvenate their body and soul. It provides courses and workshops on massage, meditation, dance etc. It holds live theater events and houses an Olympic-sized swimming pool.
Mahatma Phule Wada: The residence of Mahatma Jyotiba Phule, it dates back to 1852. Located in Ganj Peth, the house has been converted into a museum and houses a statue of Mahatma Phule in the courtyard.
FTII (Film And Television Institute Of India): Established by the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting of the Government of India in 1960, the Film And Television Institute Of India offers courses in direction, editing, photography, screenplay, and music. Regular courses were started from 1961. The Institute has provided some outstanding names to the Indian film industry.
Pataleshwar caves: The Pataleshwar Caves in the heart of the city are 8th century cave temples dedicated to Lord Pataleshwar, God of the Underworld. These caves are held to have been cut out from a single rock. It has statues dedicated to Nandi, Ram, Sita, Lakshman, Ganesh, Lakshmi and a shivalingam.
Its a vegetarian kitchen so please no non veg cooking.
Smoking only in balcony. No drugs.
Keep it clean.Use it as you will like to use your own place.
Use the things and electronics as its your own. Carefully!
If the departure is after 12 noon than you have to pay $20 for the day .