You can call Nashik, a city of Temples and religious structures. It counts as one of the fastest growing cities of Maharashtra and noted for its picturesque environs. The soothing climate and holy ambiance of the city persuade travelers and devotees to visit the city again.
It is located on the banks of Godavari River that flows through the city. The city earns special stature amongst Hindu devotes for being one of the organizing center of Hindu holy fare Kumbh Mela. The city hosts the fare once in every twelve years. The city is also known as the ‘wine capital of India’ as to provide best homespun wine in the country.
You can visit several religious places such as Trimbakeshwar Mahadev, Sita Gufa, Tapovan, Panchvati, Kalaram Temple, Ganga Ghat, Jain and Veda Temple, and many others. The pilgrims visit the city for performing Hindu rituals for afterlife offerings.