Nashik is a city in western India in the state of Maharashtra, 171 km from Mumbai and 210 km from Pune. It is located on the banks of the River Godavari which originates in the south-west of the city at Trimbakeshwar. As per Hindu mythology, Nashik was the abode of Lord Rama during his 14 years in exile. It is one of the four places in the world where the Kumbh Mela is held making it one of the holiest Hindu cities. Nashik is the site for more than 100 ancient temples including the Kalaram Temple and Trimbakeshwar Shiva Temple. In recent times, with the emergence of Sula, which has its vineyards here, as India’s premier winery, Nashik has become a tourist destination for wine aficionados from across the world.
Some of Nashik’s major neighborhoods are:
Saptashrungi (Nashik District):
Trimbak (Nashik District):
Igatpuri (Nashik District):