Dhayari is a suburb of Pune, Maharashtra, India,
Dhayari is located near Katraj-Dehu Road Bypass and about 13 kilometres (8.1 mi) from Pune (Swargate [Main Bus Station]). Due to its location, Dhayari has been a communication point between Sinhagad fort and Pune. Sinhagad Road is the main connection between Pune and Dhayari. Dhayari is near to the small villages like Nanded and Nhare. Dhayari is becoming the next developed residential area near Pune now.
Until 1990, Dhayari was a small village and its economy was based upon farming. It is suited for agriculture, having a catchment area in western hills that brought good soil as well as sufficient water for farming. It was one of the sheep migration stops from Konkan to inland area due to the nearby rivers and creeks.
As the population of Pune increased, Dhayari changed after 2005 from a village to a suburb of Pune for middle-class people.
The resulting environmental changes included loss of forest and fertile lands to housing and apartment complexes of concrete and tar.
There are frequent buses from Swargate to Dhayari, the main buses running between Dhayari & Swargate are [Dhayari Maruti Mandir]. Within Dhayari, there are buses to DSK Vishwa. A Dhayari-Hadapsar Gadital corridor is planned for a Pune bus rapid transit (BRT) route.Bus service from Dhayari to Wagholi has started recently as well as other destinations are added now.
The closest railway station is the Pune railway station.
The closest bus station is the Pune Swargate bus station.
Multiplexes include Funtime and Abhiruchi Citypride.
Medical facilities within the Dhayari area include:Joshi Multispeciality Hospital, at DSK Vishwa entrance gate, DHAYARI.
Deenanath Mangeshkar Hospital, Erandwane
Cipla Foundation for Cancer, Warje.
Mai Mangeshkar Hospital, Warje.
Vinayak Hospital, Warje.
Even Sinhagad Road, has many Hospital & Nursing rooms available within 5-10 Km range.