About Nashik  

 
Distance From Hotel (From Trimbakeshwar)
Kalaram Mandir 30 km. Nashik 28 km.
Sita Gumpha 30 km. Sula Wines 15 km.
Ramkunda 30 km. Chamber Leni 32 km.
Tapovan 34 km. Saptshrungi 93 km.
Bhaktidham 32 km. Saputara 108 km.
Someshwar 20 km. Shirdi 118 km.
Muktidham 36 km. Shani Shingnapur 183 km.
Pandav Leni Caves 33 km. Gargoti, Sinner 56 km.
Phalke Smarak 33 km. Planetorium 25 km.
Bhandardara, Kalsubai M 60 km. Nandur Madhmeshwar 83 km.
Anjneri 3 km. Coin Museum 3 km.
 
Distance From Hotel (From Nashikroad)
Kalaram Mandir 10 km. Trimbakeshwar 36 km.
Sita Gumpha 10 km. Sula Wines 23 km.
Ramkunda 10 km. Chamber Leni 15 km.
Tapovan 8 km. Saptshrungi 73 km.
Bhaktidham 10 km. Saputara 88 km.
Someshwar 15 km. Shirdi 82 km.
Muktidham 0 km. Shani Shingnapur 147 km.
Pandav Leni Caves 12 km. Gargoti, Sinner 16 km.
Phalke Smarak 5 km. Planetorium 10 km.
Bhandardara, Kalsubai M 70 km. Nandur Madhmeshwar 50 km.
Anjneri 32 km. Coin Museum 32 km.
 
Nashik City  
City of Pilgrimage (Nashik) :
Nashik in Maharashtra, is situated at a distance of 200 km from Mumbai (Bombay) as well as Pune. The city has become the center of attraction because of its beautiful surroundings and cool and pleasant climate. Nashik has a personality of its own due to its mythological, historical, social and cultural significance. The city, vibrant and active on the industrial, political, social and cultural fronts, has influenced the lives of many a great personalities. The river Godavari flows through the city. Temples and ghats on the banks of Godavari have made Nashik one of the holiest places for Hindus all over the World.
     
Ram Mandir  
Lord Rama :
Nashik in Maharashtra, is situated at a distance of 200 km from Mumbai (Bombay) as well as Pune. The city has become the center of attraction because of its beautiful surroundings and cool and pleasant climate. Nashik has a personality of its own due to its mythological, historical, social and cultural significance. The city, vibrant and active on the industrial, political, social and cultural fronts, has influenced the lives of many a great personalities. The river Godavari flows through the city. Temples and ghats on the banks of Godavari have made Nashik one of the holiest places for Hindus all over the World.
     
Ramkund  
Ram Kund :
Ram kund, where the people put the ash of their dead dear ones to let them get "mukti". Hindu religion has it that Lord Rama, the King of Ayodhya, made Nashik his home during his 14 years in exile. At the same place Lord Laxman, by the blessing of Lord Rama, cut off the nose of Shurpnakha and thus this place was named as "Nasik"(from Sanskrit word 'Nasika'). Several other references to the Ramayan era can be found in Nashik, which includes the Sita Gumpha Caves, from where Sita, Lord Rama's wife, was abducted by Ravana. Nashik in 150 bc was believed to be the Country's largest marketplace.
     
Trimbakeshwar Mandir  
Trimbakeshwar :
Shri Trimbakeshwar Temple is located at a distance of about 30-km from Nasik in Maharashtra near the mountain named Brahmagiri from which the river Godavari flows. Trimbakeshwar Temple is revered as one of the 12 Jyotirlinga shrines of lord Shiva and as the source of the river Godavari. Narayan Nagbali & Kalsarpa is one of the main rituals performed at Trimbakeshwar only, so pilgrims from various parts of Maharashtra, Karnataka , Andra Pradesh ,Gujrat, Kerala visit Trimbakeshwar for this ritual.
     
 
   
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