The bustling temple town Nasik is a converge of the past and present. It has many fascinating forts and
royally graceful temples that possess an aura of enthusiasm. It is home to many industries located in
Maharashtra, including the Security Printing Press of the government of India, the nation's currency
Broadly hailed as the land that produces the maximum types of fruits and vegetables, it is rightly
marked as the green belt area. It lodges a high variety of tourist appeal, religious domains and the
nature at its luxuriant and beautiful best. It is also believed that Lord Rama (of the Ramayana fame)
spent apart of his exile in this land.
Nashik has a personality of its own, due to its mythological, historical, social and cultural importance.
The city is located on the banks of the Godavari River, making it on of the religious places for Hindus
all over the world. The city has become the center of fascination because of its admirable surroundings
and cool and pleasant climate. The city, vibrant and active on the industrial, political, social and
cultural fronts, has influenced the lives of many a great personalities. Nashik is one of the world's
holiest Hindu cities.
Kumbmela is held here once in 12 years along with four other cities in India.
Nasik is known for best quality Grapes. Known for it's beautiful and picturesque surroundings,
flourishing valleys,Nashik is home to many vineyards and orchards. That is why, it is called the wine
capital of India. Although this city forms part of the Mumbai-Pune-Nasik industrial triangle, Nasik
retains its status as one of Maharashtra's most holy and ancient cities.