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Viman Nagar
Viman Nagar is located in Maharashtra
Viman Nagar
Viman Nagar
Viman Nagar is located in India
Viman Nagar
Viman Nagar
Coordinates: 18°34′N 73°55′E / 18.56°N 73.91°E / 18.56; 73.91Coordinates: 18°34′N 73°55′E / 18.56°N 73.91°E / 18.56; 73.91
Country India
State Maharashtra
District Pune
Metro Pune
 • Official Marathi
Time zone IST (UTC+5:30)
PIN 411014
Area code(s) 020
Vehicle registration MH 12
Civic agency Pune Municipal Corporation

Viman Nagar is a neighbourhood in the eastern corridor of Pune, around half a kilometer from the military air base which also serves as Pune Airport. The name of the neighbourhood has been derived from this nearby air base. Pre-independence, this area was known as Dunkirk Lines.[1]


Viman Nagar is about 8 km from Pune Railway Station and 0.5 km from Pune Airport.



Country India
District Pune
Municipal Corporation Pune Municipal Corporation
Pin code 411014
MLA Jagdish Mulik (BJP)
MP Anil Shirole (BJP)


The Pune-Ahmnednagar highway (MH SH 27) passes through this area. Airport Road.


There are many hotels available such as:

Educational Institutions[edit]

  • symbiosis Institute of Design
  • Symbiosis School for Liberal Arts
  • Symbiosis Law School
  • Air Force School, Viman Nagar

Nearby landmarks[edit]

  • Pune Airport
  • Viman Nagar Joggers Park
  • Aga Khan Palace
  • Fly India Paramotor Club (Paragliding)
  • Phoenix Market City Mall
  • Udaan Biodiversity Park Zensar[2] has collaborated with the Pune Municipal Corporation[3] to transform a leased 2 acre barren area into a biodiversity park in Viman Nagar (Pune). The park is experiential and educative, addressing all senses: the use of colourful plants proximate to the entrance welcomes visitors (sight), followed by a segment comprising medicinally therapeutic herbs (touch and taste), aromatic herbs (smell), the use of bird-friendly trees (sound) and a 500sqft water body (sight). What makes this park different is that it encourages visitors to pluck and taste, rub and smell, extending interaction from the visual to the experiential. Through this experiential interaction, guided by helpful signages, visitors are able to appreciate the therapeutic influence of a tulsi or neem leaf and also learn about the plants as the source of various household remedies. The park attracts a number of schools on educational excursions. Another unique aspect of the Park is the trail with braille signages which help engage visually-challenged visitors. The park attracts more than 300 visitors a day comprising leisure walkers, picnickers and students.[4]

See also[edit]

  • BRTS
  • VIPs travelling to Pune Airport cause difficulties for citizens in Viman Nagar[5]


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