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|Elevation||2,100 ft (640 m)|
|Location||Pune, Maharashtra, India|
|Easiest route||The hill has 103 steps, which is the way to the top of the hill.|
Parvati Hill is a hillock in Pune, India. The hillock rises up to 2,100 feet (640 m) above sea level. Atop the hillock is the Parvati Temples, which are one of the most scenic locations in Pune. The temple is the oldest heritage structure in Pune and was built in the Peshwa Dynasty rule. It is also used as an observation spot for visitors of the panorama of Pune. It is the second highest point in Pune premises (after Vetal Hill). The hill has 103 steps, which is the way to the top of the hill where the temple is situated.
Parvati Hill has 5 temples atop it:
The Temples open at 5:00 am and close at 8:00 pm.
Other than the temples, there is the Peshwa Museum. The samadhi of Nanasaheb Peshwa lies here where he lived his last days. Parvati water supply tanks supply water to half of Pune.
- "History of Parvati". Parvati Darshan. Retrieved 2012-01-15.
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