• Queen of the Deccan – Revised edition: 2013. Authors: Jaymala Diddee & Samita Gupta Photographs: Sandesh Bhandare. Published by INTACH Pune Chapter .

  • Pati, B. and Harrison M. 2018. Society, Medicine and Politics in Colonial India. 1st ed. SA. Routledge India. ISBN 9780367735258

  • Deepak K. 2017. Disease and medicine in India: A historical overview. Tulika Books, India.

  • House and Home in Maharashtra. Edited by Anne Feldhaus and Irina Glushkova, New Delhi Oxford University Press.

  • Public Health in British India: Anglo-Indian Preventive Medicine 1859-1914. By Mark Harrison. Cambridge university press.

  • Dandawate, P.P.; Joshi, P.S. and Gajul, B.S. 2006. Traditional systems of water management in Maharashtra. In Chakravarty, K.K.; Badam, G.L. and Paranjpye, V. (Eds), Traditional Water Management Systems of India, pp. 3–7. Indira Gandhi Rashtriya Manav Sanghrahalay, Aryan Books International. Bhopal, New Delhi.


  • Karve C. G., (ed), (1943). Pune Nagar Samshodhan Vrutta. Vol 2-4. Pune: Bharat Itihas Samshodhak Mandal

  • Karve C. G., (1942). June Haud (Marathi), pp 14 in Karve C. G., (ed.), 1942. Pune Nagar Samshodhan Vrutta. Vol 1. Pune: Bharat Itihas Samshodhak Mandal

  • Mirashi, V. V., (1977). ‘Inscriptions of the Silaharas’ in Corpus Inscriptionum Indicarum, VI In: New Delhi: Archaeological Survey of India.

Collection of Maps

  • Poona City Survey, 1876.

  • Light R. E. H., (1869-72). City of Poona. Poona.

Journal Articles

  • Kantak, M.R. 1991. Urbanization of Pune: how its ground was prepared. Bulletin of the Deccan College Research Institute. 51/52, 489–495.

  • Annu. Rev. Med. 1982. The Rockefeller Foundation virus program: 1951-1971 with update to 1981. 33:1-30.
    Marathe, M. 2021. Baravas: An architectural exploration of the traditional groundwater storage structures of Pune, India. Ancient Asia. 12:1, pp. 1-1. DOI:

  • Gokhale, P. (Unpublished 2015-2016) Creation of GIS based digital map for Maratha period Pune – Historic GIS, research project for Saṁvidyā Institute of Cultural Studies, Pune-India

  • Joglekar P. P., Deo S., Balkawade P., Rajaguru S. N., Deshpande-Mukherjee A. and Kulkarni A. N., (2006-07). A New Look at Ancient Pune through Salvage Archaeology (2004-2006). Bulletin of the Deccan College Research Institute Vol. 66-67, 211-225

  • Gokhale, P. & Prof. Deo S. (2016). Digital Reconstruction and Visualisation of Peshwa period water system of Pune. Heritage: Journal of Multidisciplinary Studies in Archaeology 4 : 2016 [ISSN 2347–5463]

  • Gachelin, G., Garner, P., Ferroni, E. et al. Evidence and strategies for malaria prevention and control: a historical analysis. Malar J 17, 96 (2018).

  • Chiplonkar, S.H (ed). July 1880. The Quarterly Journal of the Poona Sarvajanik Sabha. Volume 3. Number 1: 15-18

  • Shinde, Kiran A.(2017). Disruption, resilience and vernacular heritage in an Indian city. Urban Studies, February 2017, Vol 54, No.2, pp 382-398.


  • Digital Reconstruction and Visualisation of Peshwa Period Water System of Pune. Gokhale and Deo 2016: 653-669

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  • Marathe, M. 2019. Reimagining water infrastructure in its cultural specificity. Case of Pune. Technical University Darmstadt. urn:nbn:de:tuda-tuprints-92810