Sunday, 23 October 2016

Why Sinhagad Road is better than Prabhat Road!

There are stories of old Pune. Of how the roads used to be silent. How the pace used to be sleepy. Of how pensioners found paradise in the leafy by-lanes of a quiet yet refined city. And how children played cricket on Apte Road on deserted afternoons of summer vacations.

One step on the now one-way Apte Road today, where vehicles crawl bumper to bumper and people wait interminably to catch a quick break to cross the road, and we can see how much Pune has changed. And how irrevocably.
The narrow lanes that were once charming are today impossible to navigate. The city that was designed for bicycles is now home to some of the biggest, swankiest cars. Old Pune is a fast-fading dream. And that brings us to why Sinhagad Road is better than Prabhat Road.

   1. Because elbow room

We’ve never quite understood the allure of living jam packed like the proverbial sardines. Tiny lanes, miniscule by-lanes, everyone stuck to everyone else... that’s not our style. Give us the open spaces, the 200 ft wide road, the elbow room, the leg space. And we’re happy. The road that leads off Sinhagad Road and to Ganga Bhagyoday Towers is 200 ft wide. Compare that to the teeny tiny by-lanes of Prabhat Road. And we rest our case.

    2. Because we drive cars

No, seriously. We do. And although Google is coming up with self-driving cars, we are a fair distance away from having cars that can bend in half as they turn or turn into matchsticks in order to park. Which is the kind of magical ability our cars need to have if we live on Prabhat Road, or any of its prototypes. On Sinhagad Road though, you have Ganga Bhagyoday Towers. And you have roads that your cars can actually use, and places for your cars to actually park.

    3. Because we work 

And a whole bunch of us work in areas that were not even dreamed of when Prabhat Raod was fashionable. So, how do you plan to get out of the maze and head toward Hinjewadi or Magarpatta City or Pirangut or Katraj if you live in the maze? Whereas, if you live in Ganga Bhagyoday Towers on Sinhagad Road, all you have to do is hit the Mumbai-Bengaluru by-pass and travel signal-free to your work place. Or cut through the city on wide arterial roads instead of crawl through by-lanes.

    4. Because we travel 

All the time. Mumbai, Kolhapur, Bengaluru – wherever your road leads, Ganga Bhagyoday Towers on Sinhagad Road will take you to your road in a matter of minutes. Now contrast that with having to take your car out of narrow, almost non-existent parking, getting out of a maze, and then travelling across huge traffic to simple reach the by-pass. Phew!

    5. Because appreciation

Now this one is a biggie. Check out the appreciation potential of a home on Prabhat Road. And compare it with the appreciation potential of your home in Ganga Bhagyoday Towers on Sinhagad Road. This is an apple to apple comparison. Because Ganga Bhagyoday Towers offers you a lifestyle that easily outclasses any lifestyle available on Prabhat Road. At rates that are less than half.  And with appreciation potential that is 5 times higher than Prabhat Road. Think of this as homework:
  • Find out rates on Prabhat Road.
  • Find out how they have escalated over the past 5 years.
  • Find out rates on Sinhagad Road.
  • Find out how they have escalated over the past 5 years.
  • Compare.
  • Talk to experts and find out how much Prabhat Road can hope to appreciate, and how much       Sinhagad Road can appreciate.
  •  Compare.

    6. Because culture 

Every year we conduct the Goel Ganga Sukhakarta festival in the premises of Ganga Bhagyoday Towers. We invite stalwarts from the fields of music, theatre, and other performing arts. And people from the area turn out in huge numbers to enjoy the cultural extravaganza. This is just one example. All of Sinhagad Road is transforming into a hub of like-minded, upwardly mobile yet culturally rooted people.

    7. Because shopping 

Can you even imagine a huge mixed-use development project on Prabhat Road, where there are 30 storey towers and a mall with the best in shopping and entertainment and eating out all in one campus? You can’t. But that is what is happening with Ganga Bhagyoday Towers on Sinhagad Road. 30 storeys. Huge mall. Amazing lifestyle!

  8. Because infrastructure 

Huge main roads. Flyover bridges. Continuous development of new roads to access the Mumbai-Bengaluru by-pass. That’s how cool Sinhagad Road is. And now compare that to the permanent logjam on Law College Road on one side, Karve Road on the other side and FC Road on the third side. Need we say any more?

   9. Because Rajaram Bridge 

Ok. We admit it. We love Kothrud and Deccan and the old City. And we thank God for Rajaram Bridge. Because it puts Sinhagad Road within calling distance of our old loves and yet separates us from their crowded by-lanes. How lucky can we get?

.  10. Because Ganga Bhagyoday Towers

Really. It is without doubt the classiest thing to happen to Sinhagad Road. And we think you should know more. 

So go to or simply call us on 020 41420000!

Happy living on Sinhagad Road, folks! May your every day be filled with Pure Delight!

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