Saras Baug is a major landmark in the city of Pune in India. The place wherein the park now stands changed into as soon as occupied by way of a small lake. However, the lake dried up and become later advanced into Saras Baug. The entire 25-acre complex is referred to as Saras Baug. The Ganesh temple in Saras Baug is also called Talyatla Ganpati which interprets because the Ganpati inside the lake.
The Construction of the Temple started out in 1750 underneath the path of Naansaheb Peshwe, the de facto head of the Maratha confederacy. The construction of the temple become finished in 1784 with the idol of Hindu Lord Ganesh within the temple. The temple became built within the lake near the Parvati Temple, which turned into also the primary house of the Peshwa circle of relatives. The inscription within the temple reads.
The last principal renovation befell in 1969 below the course of Mahadev Kumthekar and Anandrao Mane. As part of the final renovation a zoo known as Peshwe Park turned into delivered to this 25-acre 10 ha place. Then, starting in 1999 and ending in 2005, the animals at the zoo had been all moved to the Rajiv Gandhi Zoological Park located in the south of the city. This garden and temple are one of the number one landmarks of Pune. In 1995, a small museum, showing over a few hundred idols of Lord Ganesha, become brought to the temple premises.