Parvati, Pune (My Photography)

The Parvati hill is an observation point that offers a panoramic view of Pune.

The Parvati temple on the hill is considered to be one of the most scenic locations in Pune. It is the oldest heritage structure built during the rule of the Peshwa dynasty. The hill has 103 steps leading to the top of the hill where the Parvati Devi’s temple is situated. The holy ashes (angara) of the Devi temple was believed to be able to cure Kashibai, Bajirao (I) Peshwa’s wife’s injuries. Since then, Peshwa was the regular visitor of this temple.

They later built the bigger temple β€” Devdeveshwara β€” made entirely of blackstone. It was completed under Balaji Baji Rao, in 1749. Other temples are dedicated to Vitthal and Rukmini, Vishnu and Kartikeya.

Peshwa museum, Samadhi of Nana Sahib Peshwa exist there.

My Photography πŸ‘‡

Note: See those below photographs in good quality/pixel on my instagram and facebook profile.

Samadhi of Nana Saheb Peshwa

About Nana Saheb Peshwa

Entrance to Nana Saheb’s samadhi.

Peshwa museum

Teapot used during Peshwa’s period.

Peshwa museum
Stone sculpture

Entrance to Peshwa Museum

View from Parvati hill

103 steps to Parvati hill

Old type machine for preparing Shev and kurdaya, displayed at Peshwa Museum.

Weapons used during Peshwa’s reign.

Women I admire a lot, Ahilyabai Holkar of Indore and Rani Lakshmi Bai of Jhansi.

Mural of Shahaji Maharajah (my ancestor), father of Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj and Cholasimhasanathipathi Venkoji Maharaj (alias King Ekoji).

Wall paintings and folkart of Peshwa Period (18th century).

Peshwa museum.

The old version of 10 Rupees note. It was a fresh print. I m so proud that in some part of Pune, still such notes are commonly used.

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