I booked a seat in the bus to reach there. On reaching the temple, the vicinity itself fascinated me and encouraged more to explore within. There were magnificent temples all around. This temple was built by the last Peshwa, Nana Saheb Peshwa.
At the foot of the hill, there was the Vetal Chabutra. It was a square plinth of stones in an area. Cloth pieces with sindoor could be seen there. People worshipped the Vetal deity. It was a belief in the locals.
The Math was a little more ahead near the steps. These were visible pieces and crumbled remains of a plinth. It was meant for religious purposes. I went further and discovered a small temple like structure at the center of the hill which was open on all sides and had a flat top and squarish stone block. It was the Sati monument. Some kind of belief was attached to the structure. I climbed onto the monument and had a pleasant experience of having a exotic view of the entire city from the top.
Since it was my last day in the city, I took leave from the hilltop and managed to shop at the new place. It was a great and healthy experience at a new place. I would definitely find time to come Pune again so as to visit those places, which I missed in this trip.