Architectural Effect Lighting at P.M.C. Main Building (2016) :
PeshwaBajirao I laid the foundation of this palace on Saturday in the year 1730. Shaniwarwada was the seat of Peshwa rulers until 1818. Its remnants are now maintained as a heritage site.
Shaniwarwada Light and Sound Show started in June2016, it is the first open air 7.3 Surround Sound system installed in India.
Vishrambaug Wada :
Vishrambaug Wada from the inside.
This wada was built in 1807 as the luxurious residence of PeshwaBajirao II. Miniature models of renowned heritage sites of Pune have been preserved inside the Vishrambaug Wada. The entrance and the balcony carved with wood work makes it one of the most captivating sites of Pune.
The heritage walk organized by Janwani ends with a fascinating cultural performance along with Marathi refreshments and Pune Kasba, the artisan’s corner. It is a way to generate employment for artists working hard to preserve the rich culture. The evening comes to an end with three performances; Lavani (traditional song and a dance combination portrayed on the themes of love, romance and socio-political situations), Bharud (folk dramas based on the ideas of Vedantic philosophy) and Powada (music and verse form praising historical heroes).
Mahatma Phule Mandaii RGB colour lighting and outdoor wall clock :
As part of the Pune Tourist Hub Project, the Electrical Department illuminated the old heritage building of Mahatma Phule Mandai. Approximately, 120 LED fittings have been used to produce light effects.A highly advanced DMX contoller technology is used to get different colours at the dome of the main building. Awall clock of four-feet diameter is installed on the at bus stop side of the Mandai. The wall unit comprises statue of a schoolboy (Chintu), who rings the bell(toll) every hour.Three speakers have also been installed to apmplify the sound. The system operates on microprocessor-based technology.