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The Ramnadi at Baner

Ramnadi is river in Pune District and a tributary of Mula. It originates in the Sahyadries near Kathpewadi north-west of Pune city. The river flows through the Pashan, Baner and Aundh areas of Pune city. It is defined as a brook by the Pune Municipal Corporation (PMC). Some local people say that the basin of Ramnadi was shrieked in Pashan and Baner areas during illegal constructions. However, these constructions are yet to be removed. Many rallies have been held to save the river. However, it has been turned into a sewage canal due to over dumping of garbage. Hence PMC has undertaken a project to beautify this river.

The Pashan Lake also lies on this river.


External links

  • Ramnadi Wikimapia
  • PMC to beautify Ramnadi (Times of India)
  • Cleaning Ramnadi
  • Ramnadi:Illegal constructions yet to be removed (Indian Express)
  • "Grant river status to Ramnadi"

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