Nashik Tourism

Nashik, edging the banks of the river Godavari, is a popular holy city in Maharashtra. The city of grapes is renowned for its Wines and Vineyards. However, what makes it even more enchanting is its spiritual vibe which charms every visitor. Here you can find some of the richest temples. Nashik finds its mentions in Hindu mythology as well and has numerous tales associated with it.

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Ramkund is a holy bathing tank in Panchavati area of the city. It is an important location for the celebration of the grandest Kumbh Mela. The kund was built by Chitrarao Khatarkar in 1696 AD. It is believed that this is the place where Lord Rama had bath during his exile. Thus, the place holds great mythological values among Hindu devotees who visit here to wash away their sins and to perform various other rituals.

Muktidham Mandir
Muktidham Mandir is a popular temple made of marble. It was raised by Late Sri JayramBhai Bytco in 1971. The temple houses idols of numerous Hindu gods and goddesses and also displays the replica of all the 12 Jyotirlingas in the country. Pilgrims visit here from all over the world for darshan. It features a splendid architecture and exhibits paintings from life of Krishna and Mahabharata.

Sri Dharmachakra Prabhav Tirth
Sri Dharmachakra Prabhav Tirth is a beautiful looking Jain temple situated near Viholi village. The temple has a three-storey structure with a very contemporary outlook which is unusual for Jain temples. People flock here to partake in peaceful meditations and sermons.

Sri Kalaram Temple
This is an ancient Hindu temple in the Panchavati area of Nashik. It is dedicated to Lord Rama and was raised by Sardar Rangarao Odhekar in 1790 AD. The architecture of the temple is inspired from the temple of Trimbakeshwar. It is made out of black stones and features four entrance doors facing different directions. The whole construction of the temple took 12 years. Its summit has been beautified with 32 tons of gold.

Trimbakeshwar is a small temple town edging the banks of River Godavari. It is known for housing Trimbakeshwar Temple, one of the 12 Jyotirlinga temples of Lord Shiva. Sri Nana Saheb Peshwa built this temple in 1755-1786 AD. It greets devotees of Lord Shiva all year long. Jyotirlinga placed here has three faces personifying Lord Brahma, Lord Vishnu and Lord Rudra.

How to Reach
By Air: The nearest airport to Nasik is Mumbai's Chatrapati Shivaji International airport.
By Rail: Nashik Railway station is well connected with major cities like Mumbai, Delhi, Kolkata and Hyderabad.
By Road: Travellers can find many government/private buses to reach here from all major Indian cities.


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