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Nashik

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Nashik is a holy city of legends surrounded by the hum of modern industry, where rolling green vineyards sit side by side with ancient temples. A meeting point of the traditional past and the glorious future, Nashik combines the two with aplomb.

ERYEGT Hemadpanti Gondeshvar Shiva temple built in eleventh century in Sinnar town ; District Nasik ; Maharashtra ; India

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Top Up Your Wine Glasses
Open :10:00 AM-7:00 PM
As the heart of India’s newly-blooming wine industry, Nashik is where you should stock up on bottles of your favourite Indian wines. If you are undecided, go on a tasting tour to decide which wine you want to pick up.
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Splurge On Silver
Open :10:00 AM-8:00 PM
Nashik has long been reputed for its silverware and ornaments, created by skilled local craftsmen. Saraf Bazaar is the place to go to pick up ornate silver jewellery and home pieces.
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Trimbakeshwar Temple
Dedicated to Lord Shiva, the Trimbakeshwar Temple contains one of the twelve sacred jyotirlingas, and is one of the holiest temples in India. Located at Trimbak, west of Nashik, pay your respects at this ancient temple and admire the lovely Godavari Kund.
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Make A Pilgrimage
Approximately two hours from Nashik, the holy city of Shirdi is the home of guru Shri Sai Baba, and a prominent pilgrimage centre. Visit the Sai Baba Temple and say a prayer at Shri Sai Baba’s Samadhi where this spiritual master was finally laid to rest.
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Pandav Caves
Open :8:00 AM-6:00 PM
The Pandav Caves, located on a hillside close to the city, is a group of twenty four holy Buddhist caves popularly known as Pandu-lena. The intricately-carved viharas – where the monks resided, and chaityas – prayer halls, are home to exquisite Buddha and Bodhisattva idols and ancient inscriptions.
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Kala Rama Temple
Located in the Panchvati area of Nashik, the Kala Ram Temple is widely considered to be one of the city’s holiest shrines. Dating to 1794, it houses black stone idols of Lord Rama, Sita and Lakshman.
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Light Up Your Life
Light up your home with traditional paper lanterns, known as akash-kandils, made from recycled wood, paper and other materials at Maiga Handicrafts.
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Tour The Wineries
Nashik’s cool climate makes it one of India’s prime wine-growing regions. Spend an afternoon touring the wineries here, walking through glorious green vineyards. Learn how wine is made, and sample the end result in a tasting session.
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