The distance between these two cities is around 0Kms, and can be reached in approximately .Bus travel is a popular travel option between these two cities, and many buses ply between Wardha and Pune. SVR Tours And Travels is a major operator along this route. The first SVR Tours And Travels bus starts at , and you can easily access buses till . The SVR Tours And Travels buses have a minimum bus fare starting from Rs.0, and the maximum bus fare is Rs.0.
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Wardha is a city located in Maharashtra. The city gets its name from the River Wardha, which flows at the North, West and South boundaries of district. Wardha was founded in 1866, and it has developed into an important centre for the cotton trade. Wardha played an important role during the Indian Independence struggle. Being a sister city for Sevagram, Wardha was a major center for the Indian Independence Movement. It came into limelight when it became the headquarters for an annual meet of the Indian National Congress in 1934, and then, for housing Mahatma Gandhi's Ashram. Thepresent Wardha district was part of Nagpur until 1862. In 1866, the district headquarters was moved to Palakwadi village. When the huts in the village were destroyed, a new city was constructed by the English town-planners. This new city was called Wardha. Acharya Vinoba Bhave lived near Wardha. Wardha is well connected with all important cities and towns nearby.
Pune, a hilly city located at the confluence of Mula and Mutha rivers on the Deccan plateau in the state of Maharashtra is the seventh largest metropolis. Pune is also known as the cultural capital of Maharashtra. Pune houses fantastic restaurants, museums and is surrounded by hill forts. Pune is also well known as the largest city in the Western Ghats. It is known for its educational facilities and relative prosperity. Pune is the cultural capital of Maharashtra, and is famous for its manufacturing industries like glass, sugar, and forging since the 1950-60s. Jawaharlal Nehru had called this city as “Oxford of The East” due to existence of many major educational institutes. The city also has been known for cultural activities like classical music, spirituality, theatre, sports, and literature. The job opportunities attract migrants and students from all over India and abroad, which makes it a city of multi communities and cultures.