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Updated: Saturday, September 17, 2016, 10:31 [IST]
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Pune is the cultural capital of Maharashtra. Apart from the historically relevant monuments and other tourist attractions, the city is also known for its rich culture and heritage.

Here are some of the best cultural villages in Pune that you should not miss if you would love to be a part of the culturally strong city.

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Sanskruti Cultural Centre

Located on Pune-Solapur road, Sanskruti is a cultural village you should explore for some real rural experience. Some of the fun activities in Sanskruti include magic shows, pottery, tattooing, puppet shows and folk dances.

The sumptuous meals served here include Rajasthani and Gujarati dishes. With enough parking space, it is an ideal place for a family event on a weekend.

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Chokhi Dhani

Located at Nagar Highway in Wagholi, Chokhi Dhani is a franchisee of Jaipur based Chokhi Dhani, which is known for its authentic Rajasthani experience. From the various activities from tarot reading and the cultural shows to the delicious Rajasthani cuisine served here in a royal setting, Chokhi Dhani never fails to amaze a traveller in search of some ethnic experience.

Corporate events, school picnics, family get together and social club functions are organised here. Rajasthani theme weddings are also conducted here. With a variety of entertainment, Chokhi Dhani is one of the best cultural villages in Pune.

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Lekha Farms

Similar to what Sanskruti offers, Lekha Farms is also into authentic Rajasthani cultural activities. Located on Mumbai-Katraj Highway, Lekha Farms is specialised in offering an authentic Rajasthani experience to its visitors. This vast green expanse makes an ideal place for a weekend get away from a hectic week.

The tasty delicacies they serve here is another reason you should not miss this cultural village. Birthday parties, corporate meetings, picnics and family gatherings are organised here, making the events more colourful and fun! Some of the activities held here include Mehendi designing, horse riding, toy making, face painting, and portrait making among the rest. The village also has a swimming pool, unlike the rest of the similar centres in Pune.

Here are some other tourist attractions in Pune that you can venture out!

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