Nasik is an awesome place to spend a quiet weekend in the company of nature, sun-kissed greens, and the rolling hills. Nashik was formerly called Gulshanabad that is located on the banks of the Godavari River. This city has immense religious, cultural, and mythological importance. This ancient city mention in the Hindu epics of Ramayana and Mahabharata. It is the cultural hotbed of Maharashtra which is popular for its deep association with Buddhism and Hinduism. Basically, Nashik is popular for celebrating the Kumbh Mela every 12 years. During this festival, devotees come here from all over the world. During this festival, this holy city accommodates millions of devotees which considered the largest peaceful gathering in the whole world.
Nashik Travel Guide is rich in history, culture, architecture as well as scenic landscape. Also, it is the perfect wine tasting destination so that it is called the “Wine” Capital of India. This holy city is home to plenty of exotic temples like Panchvati Temple Complex, Trimbakeshwar Jyotirlinga Temple, Sita Gufa, Jain Temple, Kapileshwara Temple, Kalaram Temple, Muktidham Temple, Someshwar Temple, Ram Kund, Navashya Ganapati Temple, and Sundarnarayan Temple, etc. Apart from the temples, Nashik boasts of glistening waterfalls, ancient forts, and magnificent vineyards.
This city is developing as an urban city along with its old-world charm intact. The major destination of Nasik is Panchvati where Lord Rama resided with his wife and brother Laksham during his exile. Nasik Tour Guide includes many sightseeing places in Nasik such as the Nandur Madhmeshwar Bird Sanctuary, the Ramshej Fort, the Coin Museum, the Harihar Fort, the Dugarwadi Waterfalls, the Chambharlena Caves, Deolali, the Tringalwadi Fort, the Anjaneri Fort, the Tringalwadi Lake, and the Pragati Aerospace Museum and much more.
This city gives an impressing variety of food from Gujrati, Maharashtrian, and Marathi to North and South-Indian cuisines. The most of Maharashtrian Cuisines are influenced from Rajasthan and Gujarat. One can indulge in street food which is an essential part of the town’s food culture. Winter season is the best time to visit religious attractions of Nashik like Panchavati, Tribakeshwar, and the Sita Gufa, Kapileshwar Temple, Saptashrungi, Pandavleni and many more. Also, tourists can explore the tourist places on the outskirts of the town without worrying about the rains like Deolali Camp, Salher, the Anjaneri Hills, Mulher, and some popular waterfalls. This city is quite renowned for treks like Dhopak, Salher, and Mulher Trek.