Raviwar Peth, Pune
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Raviwar Peth is one of the Peths in the city of Pune, India. The word raviwar means Sunday in the local language (Marathi). The ancient name of this place was Malkapur. This area was developed by Nilopant Mujumdar in 1670. Raviwar Peth is famous for shops of Gold and Silver ornaments and for its plastic products market. The Someshwar temple, Jumma Majid, Ram Mandir, Laxminarayan Temple, Vitthal Temple and Bhohri Jammat Khana are famous in this area. This area also has a wholesale textile market, well known in Pune. PMPML Buses passing through this area connect it to Pune Station, Deccan, Camp, Market Yard, Padmavati and Swargate. Raviwar Peth has various cinema halls like Alpana, Vikas, Prabhat, Shree Krishna and Apollo. It is bordered by Budhwar Peth, Shukrawar Peth, Rasta Peth and Kasba Peth.