This Artist Explores Pune’s Iconic Places & Hidden Gems Through Colourful Illustrations

Have you heard of the #100DayProject? It is an extremely popular hashtag that encourages creative people to choose a passion project and create original art for 100 days straight. Anyone can participate and upload their images on Instagram.

Artist and illustrator Shikha Nambiar (a former corporate lawyer who now runs a stationery brand Sunny Skies Starry Eyes) also decided to take on the challenge.

Her first project was #100DaysOfBangaloreByChica and now she’s focusing her energies on exploring another city with #100DaysOfPune.

Conde Nast Traveller quoted her talking about her project,

“I started visiting all my favourite places in Pune and discovered some new ones too. It helped me fall in love with the city once again. I also read up about the city and found out so much more in the past few months than I’ve known in all my years of living here. I like the posts to be a surprise for those following the project. All I can say is that I will be featuring some great street food places and a couple of spots on the outskirts of the city soon.”

Here are 25 places she has beautifully illustrated – some are famous while some are unexplored, hidden gems. Take a look.

  1. Fergusson College founded way back in 1885.

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Day 1//100: Fergusson College, founded way back in 1885, is one of Pune’s most legendary institutions. It is named after Sir James Fergusson, who was then the Governor of Bombay. The beautiful buildings add to the charm of the tree-filled campus and make it a perfect place for a walk. The geometrical structure- Kimaya, is an open-air theatre conceived by Pu La Deshpande, one of the college’s most famous alumni. . I’d lived in Pune as a child but when I returned as a teen, Fergusson College was my first interaction with the city. I have some rather fond and some quite-crazy memories of the place and so I chose to start #the100dayproject with it. Can’t quite believe that I’m embarking on another 100 day project. It’s quite daunting and I’m hoping for all the encouragement that I can get to see this through. Send me all your must-visit places in Pune and I’ll try to include them on my list. Wish me luck and come join me on this adventure. . #100daysofpunebychica #100daysofpune #pune #punekar #punetimes #fergussoncollege

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2. Marzorin on MG Road, one of the oldest cafes in the city famous for its chicken/chutney sandwiches served with zoom sauce.

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Day 2/100: One of the very first cafes in the city, Marzorin on MG Road, was started in 1965 and had just four things on its menu. Today, it is a landmark and known for its legendary chicken/chutney sandwiches, which must be dipped into their ‘zoom sauce’ for an extra zing. Pocket-friendly prices and an old-world atmosphere add to the charm of this no-frills cafe. It is always crowded but one can find a place in no time as once you’re finished with the food on your tray, you’ll be stared down till you get up and leave. Waiting unnecessarily is frowned upon 🤣 . It’s time for a snack and after drawing this, I’m very tempted to head to @marzorin right now for some sandwiches and coffee. What’s your fav thing to eat here? . #100daysofpunebychica #the100dayproject #pune #marzorin #punekar #ifoundawesome

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3. Only one item on the menu – scrumptious Garden Vada Pav

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Day 4/100: Located opposite J J Garden in Camp (from which it derives its name), Garden Wada Pav was started in 1972 and is probably one of the most popular street food carts in Pune. Always surrounded by a crowd, the usp of their wadapav is the green chutney between the pav and the crunchy, fried crumbs served alongside. They have just this one item on their menu and have recently started serving masala taak (buttermilk) as well to help wash down the fare. And undoubtedly, you can rarely eat just one. . Eating one of these while I post this. Lucky me 😃😃 Have you tried this? Is it one of your favs too? Tag me if you share ❤️ . #100daysofpunebychica #the100dayproject #100daysofpune #gardenwadapav #pune #streetfood

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4. Unlimited thali at the Asha Dining Hall, Apte Road

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Day 6/100: Located inside a residential complex on Apte Road, Asha Dining Hall was started in 1949. They serve an unlimited thali consisting of a number of typical Maharashtrian dishes and the place is always packed with regulars. If you’re in the mood for a wholesome, vegetarian Maharashtrian meal, this is the right place to go. . This is my go-to place whenever I’m longing for a simple, delicious and heart-warming meal. The man pictured here takes down names and hands out little tokens for the meal. Once we were the last customers to leave and got chatting with him. He told us almost all of his life story 😆The vegetables change everyday so you never know what to expect. The raita, chutney and hot polis are one of the best things I like about the place. Even though the place is across town, we never really mind the travel (even during peak traffic) because we know that we’ll never regret the journey. . #100daysofpunebychica #the100dayproject #ashadininghall #pune

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5. For the old-world single-screen theatre experience – Alka Talkies

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Day 7/100: One of the oldest cinema theatres in the city, Alka Talkies was established in 1949. It is a single-screen cinema hall (the kind with stall and balcony seats) located on Lal Bahadur Shastri Road and a landmark in itself. It was one of the first places that screened English movies in Pune and is usually flocked by students due to the really cheap ticket prices. It was initially meant for Marathi stage shows but eventually started screening regional movies and popular Bollywood films too. The facilities are very basic but watching a movie here is an experience and a chance to be part of the city’s legacy. . I have some crazy memories of this place from my law college days. We’d always pick Alka or Vijay because the ticket prices were just ₹25 and we could afford to buy some snacks/drinks to go with it. We’d go in huge groups for the night show (I don’t think they had AC back then) and walk back to our PGs, discussing the movie. . Have you been here? Which movie do you remember watching here? . #100daysofpunebychica #the100dayproject #alkatalkies #pune

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6. National Film Archive of India for movie screenings, film festivals and a library with books on cinema to pour-over.

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Day 9/100: Located on Law College Road, the National Film Archive of India was established in 1964, with a primary objective of acquiring and preserving Indian cinematic heritage. The Archive contains thousands of photographs, posters and other film memorabilia. It also houses a library that has books on cinema from all over the world. @nfaiofficial also regularly hosts movie screenings and film festivals and also offers a short course in film appreciation in collaboration with FTII. The campus is a serene space filled with plants and trees, ideal for spending some quiet time with a book. . I’ve been there twice for the Francophile Film Festival organised by @afpune every year and watched some really interesting movies. The tree in front also featured in my #illustratedtreesofpunebychica project 😊 . #100daysofpunebychica #the100dayproject #nfai #pune

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7. Vohuman Cafe started by the late Hormuz Irani (Bawaji)

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Day 10/100: Established in the late 70s, Vohuman Cafe is undoubtedly one of Pune’s most popular food landmarks. Originally on Sassoon Road but now relocated to a double-storey building on the opposite side, Vohuman Cafe opens as early as 6 am and makes for the perfect destination for a hearty breakfast. Known to serve delicious cheese omelettes, bun maska and Irani chai, the place has a loyal following. The heart of the cafe – founder Hormuz Irani (Bawaji), who recently passed due to prolonged illness, was known for his witty, under-the-belt humour and the place will never be the same without him. . Though the new establishment doesn’t have the charm of the original cafe, the food remains the same and drawing this reminded me that I haven’t visited in a really long time. Must make a plan 😆When was the last time you visited? . #100daysofpunebychica #the100dayproject #pune #vohumancafe

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8. Gorge on authentic Parsi mutton biryani, salli boti and keema pav at Dorabjee & Sons.

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Day 12/100: There is something really special about dining in a restaurant that has a board stating – Estd. in 1878. This legendary gem called Dorabjee & Sons, is a no-frills, clean and tidy little place and one of the most famous Parsi restaurants in the city. It was started (as a bun-maska-chai stall) by Sorabjee Dorabjee in 1878, as at that time the cantonment area had just one restaurant and it only catered to British officers. Now run by his great-grandson Darius, their mutton biryani, salli boti and keema pav are worth a visit. If you happen to go there on a Sunday, you can try their famous Patrani Machhi. . This is one of those places I love to introduce to visitors, who want a taste of authentic Parsi food in Pune. It’s a true non-vegetarian’s delight! Have you been here? What’s your fav from the menu? . #100daysofpunebychica #the100dayproject #dorabjeeandsons #parsifood #pune #biryanisofpune

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9. Vishrambaug Wada, the residence of Peshwa Bajirao II.

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Day 15/100: Built in 1807, Vishrambaug Wada was the residence of Peshwa Bajirao II, the last Peshwa of the Maratha empire. Located on the busy Kumthekar Road in Sadashiv Peth, the mansion displays Maratha style of architecture, with beautifully carved pillars and an eye-catching wooden balcony that even has monkey-like gargoyles. It houses a permanent exhibition showcasing the history of Pune called – Punawadi to Punyanagri and also a little handicraft store that sells products made by local women. Makes for an interesting visit to get a peek into the city’s heritage. . I discovered this place thanks to @anushka.postcards. Though the exhibition needs quite an overhaul, I enjoyed walking around the Wada, observing the architecture and all the nooks and corners. It’s got a beautiful door that I’ve also been wanting to paint. Soon. . #100daysofpunebychica #the100dayproject #pune #vishrambaugwada #incredibleindia #maharashtratourism #_mig

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10. Shisha Jazz Cafe in Koregaon Park for live jazz music.

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Day 16/100: Started by Mehdi Niroomand in 2003, Shisha Jazz Cafe in Koregaon Park is one of the only places in Pune that hosts live jazz music. Spread across two levels and filled with greenery, this Indo-Iranian place has a delightful charm and is as lovely (or maybe lovelier) in the day as it is at night. The decor is inspired by the mountainside cafes in Iran and Thursday is the day to visit if you’re in the mood for some soulful Jazz. . I used to visit this place frequently when I was in college but haven’t been there in years. I love the place in the daytime, when the natural light filters through the trees and creates a beautiful vibe. I don’t remember much about the food, but they did serve some great iced tea back then. Planning to go there soon to relive some happy memories. Been here? . #100daysofpunebychica #the100dayproject #shishajazzcafe #pune #koregaonpark @shisha__jazz__cafe

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11. Chitale Bandhu Mithaiwale whose USP is the lip-smacking Bhakarwadi.

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Day 18/100: One of Maharashtra’s largest manufacturers of sweets and snacks, Chitale Bandhu was set up in 1950 by the late Raghunathrao Chitale. The original shop still stands at Shanipar Chowk but now it also has franchises all over the city. The delicious snack – Bhakarwadi, was popularised by this brand and they sell more than 3000 kilos of it every day. Its patrons also swear by its Kesar peda and Shrikhand. They even export their products and you can order them online too. . I love their bhakarwadi and often carry packets of it for friends when I travel. Whenever my uncle comes down from the US, he makes sure to carry back packs of the Jumbo Peda. What’s your favourite from this legendary shop? . #100daysofpunebychica #the100dayproject #pune #chitalebandhu

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12. Patrick’s Cathedral near Empress Gardens

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Day 19/100: Built in 1849 in the neo-gothic style of architecture, St. Patrick’s Cathedral is an important landmark of the city. Located near Empress Gardens, it is one of the oldest churches in the city and was primarily built for the British soldiers stationed in Pune. When its roof collapsed in 1984, it was rebuilt under the guidance of famous architect Charles Correa. It features 16 unique stain-glass panels of the life of Jesus. . I’ve been here once very long ago for the Christmas midnight mass. The place was beautifully decorated with lights and candles and was full of people dressed in their best. I remember the choir singing beautifully into the night. Happy Easter to everyone who’s celebrating and sending prayers for those affected by the devastating blasts in Sri Lanka. When will this end😔 . #100daysofpunebychica #the100dayproject #stpatrickscathedral #pune #happyeaster

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13. Chaturshringi Temple located atop a hill on Senapati Bapat Road.

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Day 21/100: Located atop a hill on Senapati Bapat Road, the Chattushringi Temple is another famous landmark of the city. Said to have been built during the reign of Shivaji Maharaj, Chattushringi means a mountain with four peaks. This temple dedicated to the Goddess Chattushringi (also known as Ambareshwari) can be reached by climbing over 100 steps. It is an important pilgrimage site and is considered to be the reigning goddess of the city. Every year during Navratri, a fair is held at the foothills and is a major tourist attraction. . When I was in college, we’d climb up the hill quite often as a big group and look forward to the delicious prasad. It was quite a climb back then but somehow when I recently visited, it hardly seemed like anything 🤔😃 When not crowded, the temple grounds are quite peaceful and green. I think you can even climb the hill behind but haven’t really found out. Have you been here? Any stories to share? . #100daysofpunebychica #the100dayproject #chattushringi #pune #temple

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14. Ohel David Synagogue or Lal Deval on Moledina Road.

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Day 23/100: Often mistaken for a Church, the Ohel David Synagogue, commonly known as Lal Deval (Marathi for red temple), stands tall on Moledina Road. It is the largest synagogue in Asia outside Israel. Commissioned by David Sassoon in 1863, it is constructed in the new-Gothic style. Regular prayer services are still held here and non-Jewish visitors can explore the place after seeking an appointment, due to security concerns. The monument is not only a landmark but also a testament to the thriving Baghdadi Jewish community in Pune. . I have been wanting to draw this structure for a long time as I was always fascinated by it. Pieced together the entire structure from various pictures as just one couldn’t capture it all. I still haven’t been inside but plan to go very soon. Spoke to the watchman the other day, who told us the timings etc. I hear it has beautiful stain glass windows and also houses David Sassoon’s mausoleum on the compound. Hope to explore it soon. . #100daysofpunebychica #the100dayproject #pune #synagogue #laldeval

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15. Biscuits, delicious cakes, milk bread and khari at Kayani Bakery

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Day 24/100: A name synonymous with Shrewsbury biscuits, Kalyani Bakery on East Street is one of the oldest bakeries in town. Started in 1955 by brothers – Khodayar and Hormazdiar Kalyani, this ‘no-branches’ bakery is quite a legend. Apart from the famous biscuits, they also make delicious cakes, milk bread, khari and other baked goodies. With a counter that is always crowded, one needs to get there early to avoid being disappointed. Their taste has always been consistent, which is why everything sells out very fast. Recently, when they had to temporarily shut shop for some license issues, their loyalists were devastated. Thankfully, things turned around and the iconic bakery was back in no time. . My favourites from the shop include their ginger biscuits and the choco-walnut cake. I recently picked up some muesli cookies and they turned out to be quite delicious too. I hope to try their bread soon, if and when I can reach them early in the morning. Been here? What’s top on your list? Tag me if your share 😊 . #100daysofpunebychica #the100dayproject #pune #kayanibakery #kayani

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16. A Biryani lover’s dream, Blue Nile restaurant.

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Day 26/100: Started by Ali Akbar Mashallah in the 70s and previously known as Nanking Cafe, Blue Nile serves one of the best biryanis in Pune. Housed in a heritage building but with simple interiors, their Irani-style mutton biryani and kebabs are legendary. Prompt service and and a super-efficient take away counter make sure that no one leaves disappointed. . My entire family has been a huge fan of their biryani. I even served this at my mehndi because I wanted all my out-of-town friends to taste the magic. If you haven’t been here yet, you must make a trip. Which is your fav biryani place in Pune? . #100daysofpunebychica #the100dayproject #pune #bluenile #biryanisofpune

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17. A microbrewery with 5 kinds of freshly-brewed beer on tap, that’s Doolally for you.

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Day 29/100: Pune’s (and probably the country’s) very first micro-brewery, Doolally, was started in 2009. Located inside @thecorinthianspune in NIBM, the brewery was a popular destination for beer aficionados from Bombay, who would flock the place on weekends! They have 5 kinds of freshly-brewed beer on tap and are the only place to have ‘happy hours’ from 12pm to 7pm. Its name is derived from Deolali, the small army cantonment near Nasik, and literally means – to go crazy. Apart from their beer accompanied by house fries, their Apple Cider is also rather popular! . I haven’t been there in a long while but one of my fav memories of the place was answering a question correctly on their weekly quiz nights and winning a free beer. I also enjoyed their cider! Must make that trip again, sometime soon. . #100daysofpunebychica #the100dayproject #pune @godoolally #doolally #doolallytaproom #beerlovers

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18. Zamu’s on Dhole Patil Road for all your sizzler cravings.

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Day 31/100: A favourite among Pune city dwellers, Zamu’s on Dhole Patil Road, has been serving delicious sizzlers since 1988. Owned by the Cursetjis, Zamu’s is always packed with large Parsi families on Parsi festival days. Their Sunday special Parsi meal is a must-try and the mutton cutlets are the perfect way to start a meal; wash it down with chilled beer and end with their yummy caramel custard. @zamusplace . I’ve been here a couple of times and when we moved back to Pune, we frequented this place for old-times-sake. It is one of the better sizzler places in the city and even has some interesting vegetarian options. What’s your fav. here? . #100daysofpunebychica #the100dayproject #zamus #zamusplace #sizzler #pune

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19. Pataleshwar Cave Temple on JM Road dedicated to the god of the underworld.

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Day 32/100: Dating back to the 8th century, the Pataleshwar Cave Temple on JM Road is a rock-cut cave temple dedicated to Pataleshwar- the god of the underworld. This is the oldest monument in the city and isn’t built completely. Some of the theories explaining that are that it was probably because of a fault line at the back of the temple that made further sculpting unsafe or it probably lost its patronage. It is believed to have been carved from a single basaltic rock. The circular, pillared mandapa in the courtyard is one of its main features and has a beautifully carved Nandi statue. The temple is still in use and is open every day from 830 am to 530 pm. . After waiting for the heat wave to pass, I finally got to visit the caves a few days ago. Much smaller than I had imagined it to be, the compound is quite peaceful and has beautiful frangipani trees and other plants all around. It makes for an interesting, brief visit. . #100daysofpunebychica #the100dayproject #pune #pataleshwar #pataleshwarcaves #jmroad

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20. Mahalaxmi Khaman Dhokla (Pro tip: Reach at 5 pm even though the timings say 6 pm because they get sold out by 7.30 pm).

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Day 33/100: Hidden in a little lane opposite Wonderland on MG Road, Mahalaxmi Khaman Dhokla has been dishing out delicious, spongy dhoklas since 1977. Open for just 3 hours in the evening, this tiny shop serves its dhoklas with tamarind chutney, green chutney, sev, coriander and grated coconut. The freshly made dhoklas arrive at around 5pm and are usually sold out by 730 so it’s always best to get there early. . I only recently got to know of this place when I moved back to the city. Their dhoklas are smaller in size than usual but make up for that in taste. The toppings surely give it that extra touch and I usually eat two plates 😬😬 Tip: The dabeli served in the same space is also worth trying. Did you know of this place? Have you eaten here? . #100daysofpunebychica #the100dayproject #mahalaxmikhaman #dhokla #indiansnacks

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21. Enjoy langars on Sundays and the peaceful surroundings at Gurudwara Guru Nanak Darbar.

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Day 34/100: Known to most as the Hollywood Gurudwara, the Gurudwara Guru Nanak Darbar is located on Pattinson Road in Camp. The Gurudwara got its popular name from being built on the grounds of the British army centre called the Hollywood Club. Managed by the Pune Sikh Association Trust, the Gurudwara is bustling with people during the main Sikh festivals. They have a special ‘langar’ on Sundays and it is open to all. . I’be been here many times but never knew the real name of the Gurudwara till today 😬 I always just wondered why it was called Hollywood and we’d often come up with our own silly theories for that. Glad to put all of them to rest today. I’ve found out wayyy more about Pune in the last 30 days than I’ve known all my life 😆 Some of my favourites have got hitched here and it will always have special memories 😊Last I visited was on Gurupurab last year and I’ve never seen it so crowded. Their kada prashad and kaali daal are delicious. Try and visit for the langar someday! . #100daysofpunebychica #the100dayproject #pune #hollywoodgurudwara #punecamp

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22. More Biryani and even more Kebabs at George on East Street in Camp.

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Day 35/100: Another prime contender for the city’s best biryani is George on East Street in Camp. Started in 1936 by Hassan Jafari, it is legendary for its mutton biryani, jujeh kebabs and other mutton curries. They say that the recipe for the mutton biryani has remained the same through the years. Even with two dining spaces – downstairs and A/C upstairs, the place is usually packed in the evenings but the service is quite quick and efficient. As usual, their caramel custard is the best way to end a meal here. . This place has many special memories associated with it as it was one of the first places the fella took me out to for dinner. The quality of the food has remained unchanged all these years. What’s your favourite dish here? . #100daysofpunebychica #the100dayproject #georgerestaurant #pune #biryanisofpune

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23. Traditional Vidharba thalis at Shabree

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Day 37/100: Located at the corner junction of Ghole Road and FC Road, Shabree is a great way to get introduced to the traditional cuisine of Vidharba (the eastern region of Maharashtra) Their royal thali comes highly recommended by locals and is best visited on an empty stomach to do full justice to the meal. A variety of vegetables, savouries and desserts, the food is delicious and flavourful. A bit on the expensive side for a thali, but the large spread and quick service make it worth every penny. . This is one of my fav lavish thali places in the city. Their bhakris (roti made from jawar/bajra) are so soft and the perfect accompaniment to all their curries. The place is ALWAYS crowded and more so on weekends so it’s best to visit early to avoid waiting in line. What’s your fav thali place in Pune?? Any suggestions? . #100daysofpunebychica #the100dayproject #shabree #thali #pune

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24. The city’s first standalone restaurant, Malaka Spice

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Day 40/100: Started by the Chandawarkars in 1997, Malaka Spice was the city’s first standalone restaurant serving delicious South-East Asian Food. With a vast menu of authentic flavours (developed by their travels across Southeast Asia), the place is always bustling with people during meal times. Many of the ingredients come from their own farm on the outskirts of Pune, which doubles up as a place for weekend getaways. What started off as a tiny restaurant in Koregaon Park, now has multiple branches in the city but has retained its great food quality and service. Must-visit place! . We’ve been dining here forever and my sister is their biggest fan. After she moved out of Pune, she would make sure to visit the place whenever she visited the city. We’ve tried most of the menu and nothing ever disappoints. Their drinks (mocktails included) are also very interesting and enjoyable. Im surely going back here soon. What’s your fav dish here? . #100daysofpunebychica #the100dayproject #pune #malakaspice #malakaspicepune @malakaspice

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25. Hazrat Babajaan Dargah at the centre of the very busy Babajan Chowk.

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Day 41/100: Built in the 1930s, the Hazrat Babajaan Dargah is at the centre of the very busy Babajan Chowk. Hazrat Babajan was a Sufi saint, who arrived in Pune in 1905. The white marble dargah was built alongside the neem tree under which she had sat for many years. It is a small one roomed dargah with the shrine placed under a tree. One of the few shrines dedicated to a woman saint, her dargah is frequented by people of all religions. . Having passed by the busy Babajaan Chowk multiple times and seen the Dargah, I was quite surprised to find out today that it is actually dedicated to a woman. The name always suggested otherwise. It was interesting to read up on the history of the shrine and Hazrat Babajaan. So much to learn about this city! Also, Eid Mubarak to everyone celebrating! . #100daysofpunebychica #the100dayproject #babajaan #shrine #punecamp #dargah #eidmubarak

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How many of these places have you been to? Which one’s your favourite? Tell us.

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