Nashik Tourism

Nashik is an ancient holy city which is a main pilgrimage city of Maharashtra is situated on the bank of Godavari River. It is the home for a Jyotirlinga of Lord Shiva called as Trambakeshwar. It is believed that at the Brahm kund at Trambakeshwar, some drops of Amrit fell from the pot which Lord Brahma had while traveling. It makes a popular travel destination for religious people. The places of interest are Pandav Leni caves which is a Buddhist site, the statue of ahimsa which is a Jain idol, and numerous forts and temples. They visit kumb mela that is held in Nashik once every 12 years. Even the land of Nashik has tapovan where Lord Rama, Laxmana, and Sita spent the term period of 14 years of exile. Day excursions are organized for Shirdi sai baba temple and Someshwar temple which are some kilometers away from Nashik.

Nashik is popular for oranges. People of traditional, conservative as well as modern mindset live in the bustling city of Nashik. Nashik is a growing industrial city that has more than 10,000 factories. For the bird lovers, a bird sanctuary called Nandur Madhmeshwar is there which has about 220 species of birds. It has more than 1400 vegetation species also.

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Travel Guide Trimbakeshwar Jyotirlinga Nashik
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Trimbakeshwar Jyotirlinga

All the twelve divine pillars of Lord Shiva's light, the Jyotirlingas are dedicated to the divine brilliance and the blessings of the Destroyer of the worlds, the Blue Lord, the Om himself. But there is one exception. A Jyotirlinga is present in the face of this very earth that i....

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Travel Guide Pandavleni Caves Nashik Maharashtra
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Pandavleni Caves

The Nashik is home to beautifully rock cut caves carved between the 2nd century BC to 2nd century AD and Pandav Leni caves is one of amongst heritage attractions in Nashik, Maharashtra.

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Travel Guide Nashik-Trimbakeshwar Simhastha
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Nashik Kumbh Mela

The Kumbha Mela is a religious event involving the ritual bathing in a freshwater river for Hindus which also has a fair organised for the numerous visiting pilgrims on the banks of the river.

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Travel Guide Alang Fort Nashik
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Alang Fort

Alang Fort is historical fort is located in Nashik district of Maharashtra. It is believed that the fort was constructed by the native trives of the nearby Ambevadi village although there is no solid historical proof backing this fact.

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Travel Guide Ankai Fort
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Ankai Fort

Ankai Fort is situated in the Nashik district of Maharashtra. The fort is situated on the Satmala Hills of western India. The fort is quite famous as there are many places to see near the fort itself. The fort is situated at a height of 3000 feet near Manmad.

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Travel Guide Kulang Fort
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Kulang Fort

India is a country of rich heritage and history with many stories to tell and there are many places and monuments which silently tells the tales of bravery and sacrifice. Among these beautiful structure lies the Kulang Fort of Maharashtra.

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Travel Guide Madangad Fort Nashik
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Madangad Fort

Madan Fort or Madangad is a fort near the Nashik district in the state of Maharashtra in India. It is a fascinating spot for all the tourists and is loved by the trekkers for its magnificent sightings of the landscape.

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Travel Guide Saptashrungi Temple Nashik
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Saptashrungi Temple

Saptashrungi temple lies on top of a cliff near Nanduri village. The place is 65 kms from Nashik and 26 kms from Vani in Maharashtra. The two storied shrine is visited by thousands of devotees every day.

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