Pune (pronoonced [puɳeː] ( listen)) an aa kent as Poona, is the aicht lairgest metropolis in Indie an the seicont lairgest in the state o Maharashtra. It is situatit 560 metres (1,837 feet) abuin sea level on the Deccan plateau at the richt bank o the Mutha river. Pune ceety is the admeenistrative heidquarters o Pune destrict an wis ance the centre o power o the Maratha Empire.
Queen o the Deccan, Oxford o the East, Pensioners' paradise.
|• Mayor||Chanchala Kodre|
|• Municipal Commissioner||Mahesh Pathak|
|• Metropolis||450.69 km2 (174.01 sq mi)|
|Elevation||560 m (1,840 ft)|
|• Density||11,000/km2 (29,000/sq mi)|
|• Metro rank||7t|
|Demonym(s)||Punekar (Marathi) / Puneite (English)|
|Time zone||UTC+5:30 (IST)|
|Postal Index Number|
|Vehicle registration||MH 12(Pune), MH 14(PCMC),(MH 53'Pune South'and MH 54 'Pune North')Upcoming.|
Pune is kent tae hae existit as a toun syne 847 AD. It wis the first caipital o the Maratha Empire unner Chhatrapati Shivaji Raje Bhosale. In the 18t century, Pune acame the poleetical centre o Indian subcontinent, as the seat o Maratha Peshwas who wur the prime meenisters o the Maratha Empire.
Pune is the cultural caipital o Maharashtra. Syne the 1950-60s, Pune haes haed tradeetional auld-economy industries which continue tae grow. The ceety is nou an aa kent for Manufacturin, Automobile, Govrenment & Private sector Research Institutes, Information technology (IT) an Educational, Management, Training institutes that attract migrants, students an Professionals nae anly frae Indie but an aa students frae Sooth east Asia, Middle East an African kintras.
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