Our next destination in Pune was the Bund Garden. After collecting some beautiful memories and amazing pictures from the Aga Khan Palace, all four of us headed right towards Bund Garden Pune. Since it was just a little over 3 kilometers from the Aga Khan Palace, for this reason we decided to try public transport in Pune.
Somehow we carefully managed to hop inside a government bus, which took us through the Samrat Ashok Road. In a matter of just 15 minutes, we were in front of Bund Garden. Being a photographer, locations like gardens and zoos have always been my favorite places. It is where I get to take pictures of the different colors of the nature.
It was good for us that the Bund Garden remains open all through the week. The gates open for the public at 6 in the morning, whereas by 9 pm, the garden closes. Since there is no entry ticket associated with this garden, therefore we stormed inside straightaway. Once we went inside, I came to know that this garden has one more name, and it is- Mahatma Gandhi Udyan.
The greenery spread across the garden was definitely a treat to the eyes. If you are tired after a busy day or want to breathe in some fresh air then Bund Garden is one of the best places to be. The range of tree species and the different sorts of flowers were absolutely perfect for my camera to capture them. We also took a boat ride that allowed us to explore the beautiful elements of the garden in a much better way.
The crowd inside the garden comprised mostly of families, and most of them were busy enjoying their picnic. When our legs gave up, we sat under a tree, and allowed our restless mind to attain some peace under the cool shadow. Without any doubt, every moment spent there was quite soothing.
Away from the chaos, Bund Garden offers a perfect setting to relax with your friends and family members. In the end, we had some snacks from the food joints located nearby, and it was good though.