is a small township in the Mulshi
region of Pune
, Maharashtra. It is part of the eastern Maharashtra area. It is situated at a distance of 18 kms from Pune
city center. Its distance from the state capital Mumbai
is approximately 120 kms.
The areas adjoining Tathawade
are Shevantiban Colony, Matoshree Nagar, Sai Colony
, Sathe Colony and Atharv Park Society. It is also bounded by Talegaon Dabhade
Taluka on all four directions.
Railway stations connecting Tathawade
to the rest of India are Akurdi
and Chinchvad. Kasarwad, Khandala
, Sivajinagar and the Pune
Junction connect the area, creating a mesh of rail networks. The road connectivity is extensive, especially to nearby towns like Lonavla, Mumbai
. The most common modes of transport are buses and private autos.
is an upcoming locality in the Pune
city. This locality is growing into the hub of IT industries with time and that is aiding the price increase. The current trend in this locality is Rs 5,500- Rs 6, 000 per square feet and is estimated to increase with the establishment of offices of multinational companies. The major developers in this locality are noted to be Goel Ganga Developers and Builders, Bhandari Associates, Paranjpae Schemes, Bhojwani Homes, DNV Builders, Keystone Lifespaces.
is famous for its garden that has a huge statue of a war fighter Major Pradeep Tathawade
, who gave up his life fighting in the war of 2000. Another major landmark here is a water tank that was given to the city by the Indian Army as a goodwill gesture. There are a few significant educational institutions, namely Mamasaheb Mohol Vidyalaya, Alard College of Engineering And Management studies, Rani Laxmibai Girls Sainik School.