The city has a huge range of museums, gardens and ancient temples which are sacred and considered to be very important in Hindu mythology. The city boasts of its Marathi cuisine which should be tried. Nashik dates from the early Pashan era when the township was built near the Gangavadi River. Currently Nashik is the district headquarters located on the banks of Godavari and is 185 km from Mumbai. The city was named "Gulshanabad" during the Mughal period in appreciation of the beauty of Nashik. Was placed. One of the famous Kumbh Mela sites should travel in the recognized state of Maharashtra.
Also known for the juicy vineyards that provide a unique experience, it is a very old city on the banks of the Godavari river in the foothills of the Western Ghats so much that the Ramayana and Mahabharata are referenced in two very ancient literary collections. It is believed that when Amrita, the drink of immortality, was being carried away by the Asuras after the churning of the sea, it was spread over four areas and later became four pilgrimage sites where the Kumbh Mela is celebrated.
It is famous for barren crop of grapes, oranges and onions mainly due to tropical climate. Some of the other scenic places in Nashik include Coin Museum, Deolali, Nandur Madmaheshwar Bird Sanctuary, Ramshej Fort, Harihar Fort, Tringalwadi Fort, Anjaneri Fort, Tringalwadi Lake, Dugarwadi Waterfalls, Chambalarlena Caves and Pragati Sthal.
Festivals are celebrated here with full fervor and enthusiasm, Shravan Purnima and Mahaparava Shravan Amavasya in the month of August and Bhadrapada Amavasya in September are the most famous, besides Ganesh Chaturthi, Dussehra, Diwali Holi and all other festivals are also happy and Is celebrated with gaiety.