In eastern Pune, Maharashtra, Hadapsar is a developing area. Hadapsar has evolved into one of the most extensive industrial areas in the Pune district since 1990. Both places in the town are well connected.
With an average temperature ranging from 20 to 28 °C, the hot semi-arid climate of Hadapsar is bordering on tropical and dry wetlands (68 and 82 °C). Summer months are common between the middle of March and mid-June, with often up to a minimum temperature of 42°C (108°F). In Hadapsar, May is the warmest month. The winds in the town in May are always strong, stable, and damp. The nights are normally cold, except during the hottest months because of the high altitude of Pune. The Monsoon lasts from June until October, with temperatures of between 22 and 28 °C (72 and 82 °F) mild rainfall.
It would be best if you took a bus to Hadapsar from Pune station and then you have to stop at
Magarpatta, which is the second most recent stop to Hadapsar. From there you can reach the
town of Magarpatta on foot or take a rickshaw by car.
From the Pune Station to Hadapsar, catch the EMU express. Cross the bridge and take a car at Hadapsar Station.
The Navnaths are thought to be this old temple. The entrance is a narrow cave. Women are not approved to enter the cave. It is about 30 km from Pune to the temple of Kanifnath. Two highways enter the temple from Hadapsar.
Theur is a place of pilgrimage to the Ganapati Temple in Chintamani. This is one of the eight temples of Ashtavinayak. The fifth temple in the Ashtavinayaks line. Lord Brahma is believed to have found the tranquility of mind here by getting Lord Ganesha's aid.
In the Western Ghat (south-east side of Pune) near the village of Saswad, about 40km from Hadapsar, Purandar stands 4472 ft above sea level. Purandar Fort is a well popular spot for hiking.
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