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gawker said...
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gawker said...

Can't make out what road that is in Pune

Akshay said...

Paud road is where MIT is you are right, it happened to be my college but it is not on this map.
This map here is pretty basic the star is located on baner road - the center road from university circle. You can also see pashan road here which is where loyala school and NCL is loacated, the upper road is university road [mentioned as Vidyapeeth road].

gawker said...

Somehow I mistook Pashan road for Karve road, so I thought that would be Paud road. Yes now I kinda understand where that is.

Pallavi said...

Cool must try this out

Ashu M said...

Awesome - so we finally have map websites of Pune roads :)

And I know the area in your map too. All too well. Ahh. Thanks for the nostalgia!

Satya said...

pashan road rocks..
especially all those noisy kids at that school in the morning

just loved it ..
and now i miss it :(

Anonymous said...

This is really a cool thing about India I have seen in recent months.


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Anonymous said...

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Shashi Prakash said...

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Shashi Prakash (on behalf of the MapmyIndia team)