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Things to do in Nashik

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From sightseeing to hidden gems, find out what makes the city unique with the help of the locals who know it best.
Point of Interest
“These caves are located on hill at the outskirts of Nashik city on Nashik Mumbai road (NH3) Dadasaheb Phalke smarak is erected at the foots of this hill. These caves are built on the Trirasmi hill about 3004 feet above the sea. These caves are the group of old Buddhist caves (B.C.250- A.D.600). Their northern frontage saves them from the sun and the south-west rains hence much of the carved work and many long and most valuable inscriptions have passed fresh amd unharmed through 1500-2000 years.. All the caves are great examples of intricate carving and craftsmanship but the 3, 10, 18 caves are a must see for their outstanding sculptures. Most of the caves have the magnificent idols of Buddha and or the popular Jain Teerthankaras. The caves had an excellent arrangement for water, with skillfully chiseled water tanks, exquisitely carved into the rocks.”
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Shopping Mall
“Its the biggest shopping mall in town. You can find absolute everything here..!”
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Point of Interest
“This area has Ram Mandir, Someshwar Mandir, Narayan Mandir, Hanuman Mandir & Also waterfall with scenic beauty.”
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Hindu Temple
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Hindu Temple
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Hindu Temple
Hindu Temple
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Park
“According to Hindu mythology. Lord Rama & Sita stayed here during their 14 year exile. Also a place Goddess Sita was abducted by Raavana. ”
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Sublocality Level 1
“River Godavari flows through Nashik and its Northern part is called as Panchavati. It is said that lord Shri Ram and Sita along with Laxman stayed at Panchavati for some time. Thus Panchavati has gained holy importance. There are five Banyan (Vad) trees and hence the area is called Panchavati.Nearby is Sita Gumpha (cave) where Sita is said to have stayed for some time.”
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