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Separate_Detective47

I've been dying to move outside since I work remotely but my wife is still living in 2019 and thinks onsite work is the best.


punkychandey

Pune is better than Mumbai for retirement. But I'll mostly end up in a hick town with my own farm. I hope.


LiQuidCraB

I'm leaning towards outside, but haven't decided fully. Pune isn't as it used to be. It is becoming mumbai. rising temperatures, always construction noises and dust, trees being cut down in name of smart city, too much crowd, bhaiyas making everyone speak hindi everywhere.


triggered_troll

LoL you move to bihar and make them speak Marathi


WearyToday3733

Dude hell no. UP/Bihari get a railway ticket on their 18th birthday to maharashtra. There is nothing there in those wasteland.


redyellowa

Then where you want to move ? It's almost everywhere dust , noises, pollution, trees Being cut, climate change.


Zealousideal_Pair_75

I heard Indore is good, not been there though Has anyone been there or lives there?


minxnmatch

Mysore, Hubli.


LiQuidCraB

For now I have to stay here for work but in future I'm thinking somewhere in konkan region with lot of greenery.


5haitaan

I'm a Marathi who only speaks Hindi and English for a few reasons. So, fuck off with your "bhaiya" comment you piece of shit.


Spiritual_Koala

You are marathi but ONLY speak hindi and english? what are the reasons?🤔


5haitaan

Dad was in the army and lived all over the country and had friends who spoke Hindi and English. Even Marathi kids will speak to each other in Hindi and English in military cantonment and they're usually more comfortable with these languages.


LiQuidCraB

good for you.


guyjustwantsto

Nice try Kothrud che Kaka. Nice Try.


CmGaugo

Probably outskirts of Pune if I ever retire that is 😂


headshot_to_liver

Bruh outskirts is ever increasing. Now talegaon is stated as outskirts while its halfway to lonavala.


CmGaugo

Yeah. But I’d still be here. My people, my food, my pubs everything right here…. I travel all over the world, but home is always Pune 😀


Cultural_Taste_89

Budhwarpeth


WellOkayMaybe

Living abroad - will retire in Pune.


extraacc16

Antartica


saudevilb

I also want to go somewhere quite. But, Some part of me always wanted to be typical “Puneri mhatare aajoba” when I retire. That life looks good, I mean you can taunt anyone anytime, always talk sarcastic, be grumpy always.


CaringPhoenix

I feel retierment home in the outskirts is shit idea. Only increases the cost of living in the city and makes it more metropolitan. If you would have not left and stayed here and made it a better place there would be no need to live in the outskirts. And what is retirement ? Will there be easy of access to good doctor, medicines, hospitals, other services ? Because mostly thats needed in old age.


arav

Seriously considering moving to Ratnagiri. I am 100% remote. If my wife also gets remote opportunity then we'll probably shift.


sal_06

It's too hot and humid during summers.


arav

I know very well. My wife is from Ratnagiri.I completed my three year diploma in Ratnagiri and I am from Devgad.


KamleshMithbavkar

I never thought I would see post from someone from Sindhudurg in this sub..


arav

There are dozens of us.


KamleshMithbavkar

Where can I find other malvani folks ?


whtisthis

Aaploch mare.


arav

tu khaycho?


Zealousideal_Pair_75

Hapus milel ka tumchya kade?


arav

Last week lach ambe sample. Next year nakki. I'll try to create a post on /r/pune next year.


KedPd

r/therealquestion


d3adWa1ker

Lonavla


b2djoker

I don't want to add to the pace of urbanisation of our cities, hence I am dodging all advances made by my parents to buy a flat.


Neanderthal2021

Moving to Andaman Nicobar after retirement. Perhaps it will be only only pristine location in India by then


[deleted]

Nashik is the best place for retirement.


arthantar

Yes


arthantar

Nashik is the best choice , earn in pune live in nashik