Nashik is a city located in Maharashtra. Nashik is situated on the banks of the Godavari river. Nashik is known as one of the Hindu pilgrimage places, where Kumbh Mela is held every 12 years. The city is considered one of the holiest Hindu cities in the world. This place is important for Hindu rituals in later life opportunities. It is one of the four venues of the Kumbh Mela festival. Nashik is the largest producer of grapes. Wine is made from this grape here so the numbers are also called the city of Wine.

The city of Nashik is associated with the Mahabharata. According to Hindu mythology, the name “Nashik” originated after the Ramayana incident when Lakshman cut off the nose of Surapanala. According to Hindu mythology, Lord Rama, the king of Ayodhya, made Nashik his abode during his 14 years of exile.

Visiting place in Nashik

Saptashrungi

Saptashrungi

Saptashrungi is a very religious pilgrimage site for Hindus. The temple of Saptashrungi resident Devi is also a half ‘Shakti Peeth‘ of three and a half Shakti Peeths located in Maharashtra. Saptashrungi is surrounded by these seven mountains. According to Hindu mythology, a limb on the right side of Sati is believed to have fallen here. There are 108 water tanks here. Forests full of medicinal plants are located here.

Trimbakeshwar

The Trimbakeshwar Temple is considered to be one of the 12 sacred Jyotirlingas of India. This temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva. This temple is found at the foot of Brahmagiri Hills. Designed in classic architecture, the temple complex is also known as the Kushavarta or Kunda citation which is the source of the Godavari river. The idol in this temple has three faces with symbols of Lord Brahma, Lord Vishnu, and Lord Rudra.

Kumbh Mela

There are four such fairs, widely known as Kumbh Melas, namely, Haridwar Kumbh Melo, Allahabad Kumbh Melo, Nashik-Trimbakeshwar Simhastha, and Ujjain Simhastha. This Kumbh Mela is held every twelve years. The festival is celebrated on the holy river Godavari.

Nasik Caves

Nasik Caves

This cave is also known as Pandu Cave. This cave represents Hinayana Buddhism. A group of 24 gathered there and this cave was built. Inside these caves are also inscriptions. In this cave, Dada Saheb Phalke is located at the foot of the monumental caves and exhibits the work of Dadasaheb Phalke. Many monasteries, temples, water tanks, pillars, and carvings can also be found inside the cave.

Sita Gufa

Sita Gufa is a historical place located near Panchvati. According to Hindu mythology, Sita was abducted by Ravana at this place. Lord Gufa, Sita, and Lakshmana as well as the caves of Shivling are said to worship the idols of the houses, Sita. The road to this cave is very narrow.

 

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