In old Pune city this is an old temple dedicated to Ganapati ( or Ganesh). Since the city of Pune has so many temples dedicated to Ganesh, the temples are referred to by their location. This one is called Kasaba Peth Ganapati. This temple is a few hundred years old.
In the back courtyyard I found this stationary excercise bike that has been adapted by the local electrical/electronics industry as a human powered generator. Pune has numerous and unpredictable power outages.
As I drew this, a person who worked in the temple, came and looked at my drawing. On his cell phone, he showed me a picture of Ganesh he had painted. He seemed to feel both sorry for me, and superior, as he asked me if I was limited to my sketch book and one black pen. All his paintings are large and in color. Oils. Winsor-Newton (a famous English paint manufacturer). He then told me he was a "hard" man but his anger and rage issues have been calmed by this Ganesh in particular. It was very uncomfortable looking into his dark glasses as he shared this. Big vermillion mark on his forehead framed by long greasy hair. I said it looked like rain and left hastily.