The conference will be hosted by JDV Centre for Science-Religion Studies, in Pune, the state of Maharashtra, India.

Travel to Pune:
There are regular flights from Frankfurt and Dubai (twice a week). Otherwise you can fly to Mumbai/Bombay and Pune is only three hours from Mumbai by car.

Travel opportunities in Pune:
Pune is the cultural capital of Maharashtra. Known popularly as the “Oxford of the East”, Pune houses more than 15 Universities and is historically and politically very significant. Recently it has become also the technological hub of India and so we have lots of places to visit.
Some significant places you can visit when coming from or leaving to Mumbai/Bombay:

  • Kasturba Samadhi (Gandhi National Museum where Gandhi’s wife and secretary are cremated.
    Gandhi had been imprisoned in this house)
  • Rajgad Fort
  • World Osho Center (Spiritual Centre of Bhagawan Osho: Only limited access)
  • Aga Khan Palace (Where Gandhi was imprisoned)
  • Parvati temple

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