Bhosari is a prominent place
in Pimpri-Chinchwad in the state of Maharashtra, India.
The original name of Bhosari is Bhojapur, which was the capital of
King Bhoj, a well-known king who ruled central parts of India two
thousand years ago. During the period of Mahabharata this city was
known as Bhojakata, the capital of the Bhoja-Yadava king Rukmi. It
is well known for its talims (gyms) and its long history of kushti
situated 14 km north of Pune.
(Pune - Nashik Highway) goes through
Bhosari has a large working class population. MIDC provides
employment for the people, including companies like Emcure, CMS
Computers, Patni, Mahindra Hinoday, Kirloskar, Century Enka and
Thermax. The National Aids Research Institute is also located