Pune University

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It is also know as Oxford of the East, the hit spot for Asian & Middle East students. I graduated form here 4 years ago. This beautiful university is a famous educational destination and historical landmark of Pune city.

Pune University Main Building is under renovation for several months

This 400 acres campus is also popular hangout spot; it is a perfect place for family outdoor activities, picnic, and botanical wonderland trip.

The air in the university is so clean and fresh, it’s great for morning walk. Early of the day you will see cute senior citizen couples walking hand in hand. They are so cute and make me wonder if I and Sadik be this sweet when we are at this age.

We love it here...

We are so lucky to live so close by. We often go for a walk in the morning, hangout under the tree in the late afternoon, or go play football and cricket in the evening.

This must be the place I love the most in Pune. I can sit here and forget myself for one moment and let my head climbs up the tree or flies free over the top of the green grass.

There are beautiful gardens richen by the color of flowers and plants. I love going there to take photo and enjoy ever bit of these beautiful blossoms.

We live in the city so it is one of very few places where I can let Yaseen run free and roll over the muddy floor.

You must have your favourite park, where you love spending time with your family and make new friends…the place you sit for hours and lose youselves into the scene before your eyes. When is the last time you run bare feet so fast with the biggest smile on your face? How offend you lay down over the fresh grass without worrying about germs?

Me??? … in Pune university every weekend 🙂

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26 Comments Add yours

  1. that Squid girl says:

    Beautiful photos! I don’t remember the last time I ran in the grass barefoot, I think I’ll do that this weekend!! Thanks for the smiles and inspiration.

  2. Barb Ruess says:

    Love this reminder to spend time outside and just relax. Great pictures!

  3. glowacademy10 says:

    Oh what adorable photos 🙂

  4. What I beautiful place! It makes me nostalgic for my own beautiful university town.

  5. Jessi says:

    There is this tiny park not far from me, its called Caldwell Preserve. Its beautiful. It has nearly two miles of wooded trail. There is a little creek that runs through it. It is absolutely gorgeous. I love just taking a quiet walk through there every couple of weeks.

  6. wow what a lovely post.. one of the best university…its nice to hear that u can stay near by ur favorite university.. thats good.. really nostalgic na..
    nice pics ..

  7. I have not been to Pune but have heard it is a beautiful city….

  8. lisasfoods says:

    Great to see that’s where you went to school. I was in Pune five years ago, towards the end of my travels in India and Nepal. Pune’s a great city, and I got to spend an afternoon walking around the university.

  9. sweetlife says:

    what a gorgous campus, and I can imagine losing myself for hours in such beauty, we love to go to the butterfly park, lovely


  10. lifeinarecipe says:

    Thanks for showing us another beautiful spot in your part of the world!

  11. buttercup600 says:

    It is so lovely to read your blog….always interesting and entertaining ~ x

  12. Loll says:

    Sounds wonderful Tes! My university in South Africa is on the base of Table Mountain, so it has a fantastic view of the city. Oh, how I miss those days. 🙂

  13. Hi! Thanks for stopping by my blog. 🙂 I run at Bush Pasture Park. It’s beautiful. It is surrounded by historic houses, a creek and lots and lots of flowers. You’re family is beautiful by the way.

  14. I love these pictures! What a beautiful spot!

  15. It’s wonderful you have such a gorgeous green space to let your little man run free! 🙂

  16. kaztronomic says:

    The campus of Pune university is gorgeous!

    I wish I could tell you the last time I walked on grass with bare feet. It’s been too long! I really need to get out there and do it again.

  17. Nicole, RD says:

    What a gorgeous campus! Just stunning! I think about pesticides and chemicals in lawns more than germs 😦

  18. Lulu says:

    We have similar places as the Pune university. It’s a lovely place to hang-out with the ones you love and love you. It must be the place which gives you inspirations as well.
    The university itself looks nice though
    Thanks for posting!

    1. Tes says:

      I know… I heard the universities in you Indonesia are very beautiful and prestigious.

      1. Lulu says:

        Some are,
        The old universities here usually have such nice parks! not so modern, but that what makes them special.
        Happy weekend, Tes and family

  19. Caroline says:

    What a beautiful university! You must have been a very accomplished woman to have attended such a prestigious school. I hear that it is very difficult to get into universities in Asia. By the way, I love your new header and the fresh-looking chicken salad. Yaseen is so precious eating his donut. 🙂

  20. leeswammes says:

    What a nice place that is, Tes. A haven in the big city!

    I live very close to a lake (which has been artificially created in the middle of our housing estate) and it’s great to go for a walk around it or have a nice afternoon with friends at the (also artificial) beach at the lake.

  21. Tes – How interesting that you live in Pune. The company where I work opened an office in Pune last year and several of my co-workers go there monthly. It’s nice to see such beautiful photos.

    When we go on vacation in Canada in the summer I let the kids play in the grass without any worry about ticks (bugs that can make you very sick) since they don’t have them there. It just seems like the air is fresher there.

    1. Tes says:

      How nice… maybe when your company sending you for visiting, we can share a lovely meal

  22. incidentalcooksuman says:

    WOW..enjoyed reading your post..very well written..even we use to go for morning walks to pune university garden on weekends..getting nostalgic here…all the pics are lovely…thanks for sharing this!

  23. Laura says:

    Hey Tes!
    Thanks so much for visiting my blog!! Your recipes look great! Definitely something new for me to try sometime!! Take care!

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