Since a long time it was in my bucket list but unfortunately I couldn’t made it in last 4-5 years. Finally I got a chance to explore this area. Kasba peth is not like any other old place of any city. It’s like “Chakravhiv” kind of to enter. And you call the Kasba peth as capital of Pune’s attitude. For outsiders, here the shopkeeper’s and local residents are little rude but actually they are just proud of being Punerkar. Once you enter in this area you find typical puneri people and so many interesting things will attract you. Right a way from old wada’s, potter’s colony, temple, narrow lanes, Puneri pati to graffiti arts.
Kasba Peth or Kasba is the oldest residential part, "Peth " (locality), in Pune, Maharashtra. It is adjacent to the historic Shaniwar wada. Kasba peth is the first to be established during 5th century and it is the oldest area in Pune.
To guide me this peth area @alibagwan_photography came into rescue. We both were little late as per our plan. I landed first at shaniwar wada and Ali said he is on the way & will take another 20 minutes to reach the place. So to pass the time I decided to hang out around shaniwar wada. The term “Wada”, meaning residential home and Shaniwar literally meaning Saturday. The basic info you will get on Wikipedia so I’m not writing more about this.