Explore Nashik

Cushioned at the foothills of the Western Ghats, Nashik is a beautiful city renowned for being a centre of spiritual, historical, and cultural significance in Maharashtra. The city is home to copious temples and forts, and is known for being one of the four cities in the country which hosts the famous Kumbh Mela.

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Someshwar
 

Someshwar is a beautiful area nestled on the banks of Kosi and Sai rivers. One can visit the holy temple dedicated to Lord Shiva and Hanuman. Indulge in activities including swimming and boating in the river and head to Anandwalli village for experiencing absolute serenity.

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Dadasaheb Phalke Memorial
 

Honoring the life of the Father of Indian Cinema, the Dadasaheb Phalke Memorial was constructed. Today, it is a symbol of art and cultural expression. Head here to view a collection of rare photographs of Dadasaheb Phalke and to enjoy a wonderful evening by the fountains.

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Panchavati
 

Panchavati is a pilgrimage site which is visited by thousands of devotees from around the country. The famous Kumbh Mela, which takes place every twelve years, is held here. The name Panchavati means "a garden of five banyan trees", and is considered a holy region as Lord Shri Ram, Sita, and Laxman have stayed here for some time.

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Pandavleni Caves


The Pandavleni Caves or Trirashmi Leni are a series of 24 caves that were constructed between the 2nd century BCE to 5th century CE. These Hinayana Buddhist caves remain a Buddhist site, visited by hundreds of monks throughout the year. These caves are the oldest in the state of Maharashtra.