Sarasbaug Ganpati
Sarasbaug Ganpati
Sarasbaug Ganpati
Sarasbaug Ganpati
Sarasbaug Ganpati
Sarasbaug Ganpati
Sarasbaug Ganpati
Sarasbaug Ganpati
Sarasbaug Ganpati
Find Us - Location Map, Interactive Map of Sarasbaug Temple
Sarasbaug Ganpati
   
 
Ganeshotsav 2011
 
 
 
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Sarasbaug Ganpati Temple's Location map along with satellite picture.
 

Instructions to view the map

  1. On the India map please click on Pune location to see map of Pune highlighting Sarasbaug temple.
  2. Click on Sarasbaug temple to view the close-up of the map.
  3. To view the satellite picture click on 800X600 or 1024X768 buttons (at the bottom of the map) as per your choice of resolution.

 
Directions
Nearest transportation: Swargate - around 1/2 kms from Swargate S.T. stand.
Nearest landmark: Nehru Stadium - International sports ground
 
About Us

Pune is located about 120 kms from Mumbai and is surrounded by hills on all sides. Pune is situated on the banks of the two rivers Mula & Mutha which are tributaries of the Bhima river.

The history of Pune can be traced back to the days of Satavahanas (1st to 4th century AD) when it was referred to as Punyaka. In the days of the Yadava rule which followed, Punyaka was known for its cool climate and abundance of water. In the writings of Chaitanya Maha Prabhu who visited Punyaka in the 11th century, a vivid description is given of the city with a lake in it and large number of Brahmins performing their morning pooja.

At the end of the 14th century, many parts of southern India went into the possession of the Mughals and Shri Shahaji Raje Bhosale, one of the Generals of the Nizam administered this area. Later on, his son Chatrapati Shri Shivaji Raje fought many victorious campaigns and founded the Maratha Empire which stretched from Madhya Pradesh in the north to Karnataka in the south. Later, the Peshwas, the chief ministers of the Chatrapati assumed political prominence and administered Pune till the British finally took over.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
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