Located in the north west region of Maharashtra, this city is famous for its spirituality and eco-friendliness, therefore attracting lot of tourists from all over the world.
The city got its name “Nashik” as a present from the Peshwas who ruled this place for a limited period of time and then it came under the reign of Britishers.
Prior to Peshwas, the city was also ruled by the Mughals. The city has also shown an active participation in the freedom struggle of India.
A religious city with the spiritual and natural charm
The famous Triambakeshwar temple and many spiritual places like this attract tourists from all over the country. One must make a visit to this place to enjoy its scenic beauty and to discover interesting facts about the rich heritage of this city.
Marathi is an official language which is widely spoken in this city. Majority of the people are Hindus.
The festivals in this city are celebrated with great enthusiasm. The famous is the Maha Kumbh Mela which is hosted in this city once in a year. Lot of pilgrims from different parts of the country comes to this place during this festival.
The city is also known as the Wine Capital of India as it cultivate Table grape which is also being exported to European and Asian countries. It is among the dominant crop cultivated in the city. Government is also promoting industrialization in this city by constructing industrial plants.
As far as education is concerned, this city offers the best of education in Medicine, Engineering, Military Management and much more in a professional way
Climate and best time to visit
The city experiences extreme weather conditions i.e., it is very hot in summer and cool in winters. The best time to visit this place is between October – March.
- Panda leni caves
- Dudhsagar falls
- Ganga Ghat
- Jain Temple
- Kalaram Temple
- Triambkeshwar temple
- Kapileshwara Temple
- Muktidham Temple
- Ram kund
- Sundernarayan Temple
- Sita Gupha
- Coin Museum
- Deolali Camp