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“Aga Khan Palace”
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Aga Khan Palace
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Best of Pune as a day trip
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Aga Khan Palace This palace was built in 1892 by Imam Sultan Muhammad Shah Agakhan III. He was elected as the President of the League of Nations in 1938 and was well renowned in t he field of politics and sports. The palace was later donated to India by Aga Khan IV in 1969 as a mark of respect to Gandhiji and his ...

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Aga Khan Palace is a reminder of the bygones time holding the remains of Kasturba and Mahatma Gandhi and the rooms they had inhabited during their stay at this palace, preserved as it is.

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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Nice and very cool place inside of place, staff are very helpful, we enjoyed the our trip at Pune. I like to come back again.

Thank Paban K
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Such a beautiful building but so badly looked after. The Aga Khan Palace is full of Amazing history, Mahatma Gandhi lived there with Kasturba and Mahadev bhai. Hardly any articles that belonged to Gandhiji. Damaged posters and poorly displayed history.
Perhaps they could get some professional help to restore it all.
Nevertheless worthy of a visit.

Thank Anitya
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Nice palace with history about Ghandi. Easy to arrive (along the main road), walking distance from Hyatt Pune.

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