Kalyani Nagar is the most prominent and well established localities on the Eastern Corridor of Pune. It’s basically the center to most of the prominent localities like Koregaon Park, Viman Nagar, Kharadi, Hadapsar and also it lies in close proximity to the railway station and the airport and also the Pune-Mumbai Expressway. The Mula-Mutha River surrounds it on the south. Across the river is another posh locality, Koregaon Park.

It is named  after late Neelkanth Kalyani, who was the owner of various companies like Bharat Forge and Optronica. It is a hub of IT/ITeS sector and has become the one of the most desirable market for residential properties in Pune. It’s home for Up-Market Hotels, restaurants, boutique cafes  and various  prestigious social & business establishments such as a first class golf course Due to the presence of IT/ITES-BPO segments have totally changed the equity landscape entirely. Eminent, standard and affordable residential plots have  flourished all over the locality. Considering other areas, Kalyani Nagar’s development has been the fastest. The government seeing the potential also responded by building a bridge connecting Kalyani Nagar and Koregaon Park. This inturn gave another boost to the industrial and trade activities across the locality as well as give faster access to the Kalyani residents to the busier Koregaon Park With the increase ofdemand of the residential properties in Kalyani Nagar, the  development is on high priority and it is presently going on at an accelerated rate with the Pune Metro being incorporated and improvements to the infrastructure The cosmopolitan culture with amazing amenities and recreational facilities provided by the developers make home buyers feel at ease. The demand remains high as the developers have well-catered buyers’ needs in their real estate projects that are absolutely charming in design and vibe.

Aga Khan Palace – This legendary palace wasbuilt by Sultan Muhammed Shah Aga Khan,the third.It was once closely associatedwith the Indian freedom movement, as freedom fighter Mahatma Gandhi and some ofhis followers wereimprisoned here.This majestic architecture has been declareda monument of national importance by theArchaeological Survey of India and is a tourist place. It attracts many photographers, pupilsand tourists due to its rich history and museum with paintings, photographs, documents, and objects related to the life of Mahatma Gandhi, and so on.

Osho Teerth – Those who have seen this place before its transformation knows the significanceof people’sefforts in its creation. Earlier, thesite wasa barren land full of filth and damp, a black slurry nala used to flow from here that polluted it with the city’s drainage. This place was also a dumping yard of used oil for the nearby railway yard.

But now, it is a Japanese-style garden. A place full of vegetation has been restored with bamboo groves, mangroves, lotuses and roses, fountain sprays, and waterstreams. Now it is full of birds, swans, fish, and more.

All this was possible dueto the Ashram management that took over this place in 1989.

It is a perfect place to relax and be connected to nature even you live in the middle of the city. It has the essence of Japanese culture andis excellent for photoshoots as well.