Aga Khan Palace, Maharashtra, India

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About Aga Khan Palace

Aga Khan Palace is one of the most attractive tourist destinations of Pune. It was built in 1892 by Sultan Muhammed Shah Aga Khan III in Pune. This Palace has played a significant role in the history of the Indian freedom fight. It is the same palace where Gandhiji, Kasturba, and Mahadev Bhai Desai were held hostages during the Quit India movement and the place where Kasturba and Mahadev Bhai Desai breathed their last. They still have the samadhi of Kasturba and Mahadev Bhai over theirs. The part of the palace is now converted into a museum displaying all the artifacts used by Mahatma Gandhi and Kasturba during their stay over here.


How to reach Aga Khan Palace

By Air 

The Aga Khan Palace is about 3.7 kilometers from Pune International Airport. To get to the Aga Khan Palace comfortably and quickly, you can take a taxi, book online, or even drive your own car.

By Train 

One of the most popular modes of transportation is by train. The nearest railway station to Aga Khan Palace is Pune railway station. The city is well-planned, with numerous rail lines connecting it to the rest of the country.

By Road

Those who prefer road trips will be pleased to know that Pune is well-connected by well-maintained highways. The major arterial roads in Pune are NH 48, NH 60, and NH 65.

Things to do in Aga Khan Palace

1. Know about History and Architecture

At Aga Khan Palace you get ample opportunity to explore the 19-acre palace learn everything about its glorious history and peek through the life of our freedom fighters.

2. Picnic 

Aga Khan Palace is a great place where you can enjoy a picnic with your loved and dear ones on the sprawling lawns of this palace and have a wonderful time under the sun in the green surrounding.

3. Shopping 

Doing shopping at Aga Khan Palace is another best activity. Here you can buy lots of Khadi and local handloom textiles at the shop inside and get to take away a beautifully handcrafted artifact for everyone back at home.

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