‘Kasba’ means ‘market-town’, and the neighbourhoods covered
in this walk tell tales of the Maratha Empire’s glory.
Dotted with numerous shrines and ‘wadas’ of historical
significance, the traditions of the yore are a charming sight indeed.
Contrastingly, the same neighbourhoods house a vibrantly
bustling market, with people thronging in droves.
Visit prominent temples on this intriguing tour through the
bazaars, and learn more about this amazing city.
This is a great tour for those interested in photography.
The tour ends at Vishrambaug Wada, built by the last Peshwa Baji Rao II as a house of leisure. If you’d like to take back a souvenir from the walk, there’s a small shop inside Vishrambaug run by a local NGO, that sells eco-friendly handcrafted garments, ornaments and bags.