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Baner is also home to the Indian Institute of Science Education and Research, Pune (IISER), a research institute for basic sciences. Baner was originally called "Bhankar" which means "a place with many trees". The name Baner comes from the Marathi word ""ban"" meaning bamboo. It is believed that there were lots of bamboos in this area during ancient times so it came to be known as Banerbaug or Bamboo village. Later on when British ruled India, they changed its name into Banaraswadi after Varanasi in Uttar Pradesh because there are several temples here dedicated to Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati just like Varanasi has got famous temple Kashi Vishwanath Mandir at its center . After independence, some people started calling it by its original name i.e., Bhankar but eventually all agreed upon changing back the spelling into current form i.e., 'Baner'.