About Pune Pimpri Chinchwad is located at the West of Pune city, touching the Pune- Mumbai National highway. The corporation covers the area of Nigdi, Akurdi, Pimpri, Chinchwad and Bhosari. The said area is developed by MIDC as an industrial zone. Location Geographically Between 17 degrees 54′ and 10 degrees 24′ north latitude, and 73 degrees 19′ and 75 degrees 10′ east longitude, lies the Pune district. The district covers a total size of 15.642 square kilometres. Ahmadnagar district on the north-east, Solapur district on the south-east, Satara district on the south, Raigad district on the west, and Thane district on the north-west define Pune district.It is the state's second largest district, with 5.10 percent of the state's total geographical area. Pune district's scenery is separated into three parts: "Ghatmatha," "Maval," and "Desh" and is dispersed triangularly in western Maharashtra in the foothills of the Sahyadri Mountains.Due to its location in the tropical monsoon belt, the Pune district experiences considerable seasonal variations in temperature and rainfall. The western half of Pune has a cool climate, whilst the eastern section is hot and arid. Pune Weather Rainfall is widely distributed within the district due to topographical circumstances. The western section of the district, which is closest to the West coast, is a mountainous terrain with forest cover, therefore rainfall intensity is higher here than in the eastern portion.During the summer, the southwest monsoon winds bring the majority of the rain, accounting for around 87 percent of total rainfall. The monsoon season begins in June and ends in August, with the heaviest rains falling in July and August. Velha, Mulshi, and Maval Talukas are in the highest rainfall intensity zone.Bhor Ambegaon, Junnar, Khed, Haveli, Pune city, and Purandar are talukas in the moderate rainfall intensity zone. Shirur, Daund, Indapur, and Baramati Talukas have the lowest rainfall intensity and are in the dry and semi-arid zone. The hottest months in the district are April and May. During these months, the maximum temperature frequently exceeds 38°C.The talukas Junnar, Ambegaon, Khed, Maval, Mulshi, and Velha in the Pune district's western region are cool, but the talukas Shirur, Daund, Baramati, and Indapur in the district's eastern section are hot and dry. The coldest months are December and January, with average temperatures as low as 11°C. Tourist Places Lonavala-Khandala,SinhagadAagakhan Palace,Shanivarwada,Shivneri Fort,Khadakwasala Dam,Sarasbaug-Peshve Park,Lal Mahal, Rajgad fort , Lingana fort , Birwadi Fort , Harihareshwar, Korlai Fort, Sudhagad fort bhorai , Karnala fort, Prabal Fort, Alibagh fort ,Talgad fort, Bhavani fort,Bhaje , bedse, Buddist , Karla, Manmoda, Wax museum, seaplane services , Katraj snake park (zoo) , Shaniwar wada , Vishrambaug wada, Kelkar Museum , Osho Aashram How to Reach By Road: Pune is well-connected to its neighbouring cities and towns thanks to a well-maintained road network. A number of state and highway buses connect Mumbai (140 km), Ahmadnagar (121 km), Aurangabad (215 km), and Bijapur (275 km) to Pune. Those coming from Mumbai should take the Mumbai-Pune Expressway, which covers a distance of around 150 kilometres in around 2 to 3 hours. By Train: the Pune Junction railway station connects the city to all of India's major cities. The city is connected to numerous Indian destinations in the south, north, and west by a number of mail/express trains and superfast trains. Deccan Queen and Shatabdi Express are two popular trains that run between Mumbai and Pune and take about three and a half hours to reach Pune. By Air: Pune is well connected to the rest of the country via domestic carriers. The airport at Lohgaon has received international status and is now utilised to transport both domestic and foreign passengers. Lohegaon Airport, also known as Pune Airport, is a 15-kilometer drive from To get to their destination, visitors can take a taxi or a local bus from outside the airport.the city centre of Pune.
The district has a long human history. The town of Junnar and the Buddhist caves at Karla date back more than two thousand years, and visitors to Junnar were recorded in the 1400s. The region was under Islamic rule from the 13th to the 17th centuries. During the 17th century, the Marathas under Shivaji laid the foundation for an independent kingdom. The Peshwas, who ruled the expanded Maratha empire, established their headquarters in the small town of Pune and developed it into a large city. The city and district became part of the British Raj in the 19th century. Many early Indian nationalists and Marathi social reformers came from the city.