India is known for its youth and culture. While the old generation passes along the culture, the younger generation keeps it alive. And the well preserved culture of Pune is a very good example why it is called the Cultural capital of Maharashtra. If you ask today’s youth, what they want from a city life, these points would probably be in everyone’s list – decent infrastructure, awesome nightlife, less traffic, job opportunities, favorable climate and a proper education structure.
Pune is one of those cities that has it all. From traditions and festivals to rock shows and cultural events, Pune has managed to preserve the culture in a very authentic way.
Pune has also been an education hub and one of the fastest growing cities in India.
Education In Pune
Pune, also called “The Oxford of the East”, attracts students from all over the world.
The city has a long list of premier educational institutions for higher studies. Alongside some of the best colleges in the country, the city is also home to some finest schools
that provide a holistic education for young minds.
Nestled amidst the Sahyadri Hills, situated at a height of 560 m above sea level, Pune is surrounded by hills, valleys and historic forts.
There are various picnic sports that can be easily accessed from Pune within an hour’s drive.
Pune has a glorious past from the celebrated times of the legendary warrior king Chhatrapati Shivaji and 18th century rulers, the Peshwas to
the historic era of eminent social reformers and educationists.
The culture of Pune encompasses both the traditional Maharashtrian lifestyle that is prevalent in the heart of the city, as well as a modern, progressive outlook resulting from its being
a hub for education and liberal thought. People from multiple religions and speaking different regional languages reside here.
Pune hosts various sports and cultural events throughout the year. Due to a large student population, Pune also hosts many rock shows, musical events and youth festivals.