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Famous Dhol Tasha Pathaks In Pune – Pune is a sprawling city amalgamated in modernization and traditionalism. From IT hubs to old traditional Peths, one can find every type of beauty in the city of Pune. People from all walks of life come here to try their chance in jobs as well as education.

Pune being the cultural hub and a capital gives us all the pleasures of enjoying it in a very stunning manner. Pune people are full of energy when it comes to celebrations. All the festivities are very well celebrated time to time with same zeal and enthusiasm. The biggest festival that is celebrated in Pune is the Ganesh festival. Whoever mentions about Pune has to mention about Ganesh festival and its glorious celebrations which are done by the Mandals as well as homes.

And the biggest of all is the Dhol music by various Pathaks(teams) in Pune. Ganesh festival is incomplete in Pune without a Dhol Tasha Pathak. Hundreds of youngsters join these Pathaks to try their hands in one of the greatest celebrations in Maharashtra. You wouldn’t believe it unless you hear them play it with grandeur, enthusiasm and never ending spirit. It sure gives you Goosebumps and Punekars can bet you on that. Young girls, children also become a part of these Pathaks and age is no barrier to this.

There are various Dhol-Tasha Pathaks in Pune, but we have listed down the top 10 Dhol-Tasha Pathaks of Pune, some of them being as old as 30 years. Here’s the list:

1. Shivmudra

Shivmudra, Pune.
Shivmudra, Pune.

2. Shivgarjana

Shivgarjana, Pune
Shivgarjana, Pune

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3. Nadbramha

4. Samartha Pratishthan

5. Rudragarjana

Rudragarjana, Pune.

6. Aavartan Dhol Pathak

7. Raman baug

Ramanbaug, Pune.

8. Jnana Prabodini

Jnana Prabodini, Pune
Jnana Prabodini, Pune

9. Shivtej

10. Ranavadya

So the next time you happen to be in Pune during Ganesh Festival, we dare you to miss these Dhol-Tasha Pathak performances, because these are worth giving you goosebumps !!

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