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Pune, also known as Poona, is the second-largest city of Maharashtra. It's official name until 1978 was Poona before it was changed to Pune. Pune has an estimated population of 3.13 Million and is the ninth most populous city in India. The Pune Metropolitan Region extends to the limits of Pimpri Chinchwad and the three cantonment towns of Pune. Khadki, and Dehu Road. Along with Mumbai and Nashik, Pune forms the Golden Triangle of Maharashtra. Pune is situated at an elevation of 560 meters above sea level on the banks of the Mutha river. Pune experiences a hot semi-arid climate with average temperatures over the year hovering around 22-28 degrees. The summers in Pune can get hot and humid with temperatures sometimes reaching 42 degrees. The nights in Pune are usually pleasant owing to the high altitude. The temperatures in winters hover around 9-26 degrees with the night getting pretty chilly.
Pune has a rich history with the helm of the city changing between the Peshwas, the Marathas, and the Mughals. Pune was one of the most important political centers of the Indian subcontinent. Thus, many wars have been fought to gain control of Pune and the surrounding areas. Before the British finally conquered Pune, the city has seen many dynasties taking over it. From the 16th to 18th centuries, the ownership of Pune has changed multiple times from the Peshwas, the Marathas, and the Mughals before finally it was captured by the British East India Company in 1818. The British placed Pune under the Bombay Presidency's administration and built a large military cantonment in Pune which is now used by the Indian Army as their Southern Command headquarters.
Pune has the sixth-highest per capita income in the country. The major sectors for its local economy are education, manufacturing, and Information Technology. Pune is known as the "Oxford of the East" due to the presence of several universities and educational institutions. Pune hosts half of the total international student population in India. Pune is also often referred to as the "Motor City" of India due to the presence of many automobile companies. Over the decades, Pune has seen huge development owing to many industries being set up here after Independence. The city saw a large influx of migrants coming here because of the opportunities offered by the manufacturing industry and later due to the IT software industries.
Pune has been ranked the number one city in India in the ease of living ranking index. The city is host to a number of landmark townships and gated communities owing to the large influx of migrants over the years. Magarpatta, Lavasa, Nanded, Amanora, being a few of the townships that provide business opportunities and infrastructure. Pune is well-connected to other parts of the country by air, rail, as well as roads. The local transport in Pune is mainly dependent on buses and autos. Pune Metro service is expected to start operations by 2021.
Pune has lots of historical attractions owing to its rich history. Pataleshwar cave temple, Shaniwarwada, Lal Mahal, Sinhagad Fort, Aga Khan Palace, are few of the places of attraction. Pune city's architecture is hugely influenced by the British times which can be mainly seen in the Pune Cantonment area. Pune has many museums dedicated to various sectors like Industrial, Railway, Cricket, Tribal, and Military.
Pune has always bee considered as a green city and that can be seen in all parts of the city. There are many parks and zoos also which brings in more greenery to the city. Pune also is known as the "Cultural Capital of Maharashtra". It has many theatres around the city that showcase traditional Indian music and dance. The city is host to many sports facilities too and has hosted Games on a national and international level.
Pune has been known as having a very lively crowd and vibe. Add to that the awesome weather of Pune, you get one of the best cities in India. Also being an educational hub means Pune is filled with students. Getting some privacy in accommodation is rare in Pune as single-room are difficult to find. Few of the options are occupying a single-room in a shared flat, or to rent a private room in a PG.
Thousands of young people move to Pune every year to try their luck in their respective fields. For people looking for an affordable, fully-furnished and managed shared flat in one of the most popular educational hubs of the country, finding a single room for rent could be a difficult task. For those looking for easy-to-move-in rooms in Pune, here are some of the best options :
Students who are preparing for some exams or going to college usually do not mind sharing a room with others, as it is more cost-effective. But, some students need their privacy and prefer renting a single room instead of sharing it. If you are one of those students who are looking for a single room in Pune. Here are some good suggestions.
Working professionals who are looking for rooms in Pune should consider living in a community rather than staying in a flat. You can choose to rent a single room and enjoy amenities like Wifi, TV with DTH, Lift, and Power back up, housekeeping and CCTV. People who are looking for luxury single rooms for rent in Pune will find these places perfect:
Coliving communities offer incredible services which include well-designed rooms, homely food, and caring staff, Zolo in Pune is nothing but a steal for students and young professionals. Here are some of the most affordable single rooms in Pune: