The construction was completed in 1730, ushering in the era of Peshwa control of the city.
Bajirao's son and successor, Nanasaheb constructed a lake at Katraj on the outskirts of the city and an underground aqueduct to bring water from the lake to Shaniwar Wada and the city.
November near Pune and the city was seized by the British.
It was placed under the administration of the Bombay Presidency and the British built a large military cantonment to the east of the city (now used by the Indian Army).
He stabilised the revenue collection and administrative systems of the areas around Pune and the neighbouring Maval region.
After the destruction of the town in raids by the Adil Shahi dynasty in 1630 and again between 16, Dadoji Konddeo, the successor to Dhadphale, oversaw the reconstruction of the town.Pune was ruled by the Ahmadnagar Sultanate until it was annexed by the Mughals in the 17th century.Maloji Bhosale's grandson, Shivaji, the founder of the Maratha Empire, was born at Shivneri, a fort not far from Pune.The plates indicate that this region was ruled by the Rashtrakuta dynasty.The Pataleshwar rock-cut temple complex was built during this era.As a result, the city saw a huge influx of people to the city due to opportunities offered by the manufacturing, and lately, the software industries.The breach in the Panshet dam and the resulting flood of 1961 led to severe damage and destruction of housing close to the river banks.Pune is also the administrative headquarters of its namesake district.In the 18th century, the city was the seat of the Peshwas, the prime ministers of the Maratha Empire and so was one of the most important political centres on the Indian subcontinent.Sadashiv Peth, Narayan Peth, Rasta Peth and Nana Peth were developed.The Peshwa's influence in India declined after the defeat of Maratha forces at the Battle of Panipat but Pune remained the seat of power.