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Rd kumar3.6/5

4 reviews

Temple city Nasik

Sita gupha is fantastic. Panchawati is worth seeing. Pandhavleni is having a historical value. Thers is lot of mandirs. Shiva temple at Trimeshwar must see. It is very good to watch the preparation of Sula wine form grape. Ola is available here, but be cautious when ola taxi wala will ask for personal contrc for

Gitaben motvani3.6/5

2 reviews

Good one

Went to Trimbakeshwar, Tapovan. Panchvati, sita ghat. Nice place to visit specially for religious people. Went with my mom and she really liked it. There are so many temples in Nasik. Stayed in shalimar chowk at Nasik. Also visited muktidham temple.

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Nasik Overview

History of Nasik

Nasik or Nashik is a religious city in Maharashtra located in the northwest part of the state of Maharashtra. Nasik has been called the Wine Capital of India and is situated in the Western Ghats, on the banks of River Godavari. This city has proved to be the best ever rising metropolis in Maharashtra and has grown immensely in the past two decades.Legend Sri Rama with his brother Lakshmana and wife Sita spent 14 years of their exile at Tapovan near Nasik. At the very place Lord Lakshmana slashed off the nose of Surpanakha, with the blessings of Lord Rama and therefore this place is named as Nasik which means nose. A number of references to the Ramayana era are related with Nasik, which include the Sita Gumpha caves in Panchvati.In accumulation to supplying the name to the well-known Nassak Diamond, the city is recognized for its charming environs and enjoyable weather. Nasik is one of the world's holiest Hindu cities. Kumbhmela is organized here in every 12 years with four additional cities in India. Nasik around 150 BC was supposed to be the country's major market. The city was under the ruling power of Mughal's in 16th century and was renamed Gulshanabad.

It is also famous for its contribution in struggle of independence of India. This is the birthplace of known independence fighters like Veer Savarkar and Anant Laxman Kanhere.

Things To Do in Nasik

The Wada design, an excellent example of a climate control structure still adorns the streets of old Nasik. Trimbakeshwar just few kilometers from the city has one of the 12 Jyotirlinga temples and thus attracts many pilgrims. The way to Shirdi and the abode of Lord Sai Rama also passes through Nasik. Mukti Dham a temple in pink marble has sanctified deities from all major temples in India. A Stone Age site makes for an archaeological view for all history lovers. Many museum in and around the city, adds more for the ardent travellers. Nandur- Madhmeshwar on the outskirts of Nasik is a delightful venture for all the bird lovers to site some of the rare species of birds. Deolali camp besides being an old military center is also a perfect getaway.

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