Diwali is one of the major festivals of Hindu religion for which people eagerly wait, but the environment of Delhi is quite dangerous during Diwali. The smoke emanating from firecrackers and the smoke of stubble both together create such an environment in which breathing becomes difficult. The problems of people suffering from respiratory diseases can become more serious in such an environment, so to avoid this situation, it would be better if you go out of the city somewhere. Now where to go is also a big question, so you can plan for Nashik.

places to visit in nashik

Sula Vineyards

If you are bored of doing adventures like trekking, hiking and exploring temples, caves, museums, then try something different this time. By coming to Nashik you can see the vineyards, which will really be a wonderful experience. By coming to Sula Vineyards in Nashik, you will get a glimpse of western travel culture. Nashik city, located about 180 kilometers from Mumbai, is especially known for its vineyards. There is a small village here , Dindori. Surrounded by mountains and a small lake, this village looks very beautiful. The country’s most famous Sula Vineyard is present in this village. Here, wine is prepared by crushing 8 to 9 thousand tonnes of grapes every day. Which is consumed not only in India but also in other countries.

Anjaneri Hanuman Temple

The birth place of Lord Hanuman is also located in Nashik. Which is just 28 km away from this city. A very beautiful statue of Hanumanji’s mother Anjani is situated in Anjaneri Hanuman Temple. There is a different feeling of joy and peace when you come here, so don’t miss it.

Ram Kund

If you are an adventure and nature lover as well as a religious person, then there are many places in Nashik where you can come and find spiritual and mental peace. Ram Kund is situated on the Godavari river in Nashik . It is believed that Lord Rama took bath here. It is also believed that by floating the ashes of a dead person in this pond, his soul attains salvation.

Trimbakeshwar

Trimbakeshwar is situated on the banks of Gautami River, 35 kilometers away from Nashik city. Shri Trimbakeshwar is ranked tenth among the twelve Jyotirlingas of Lord Shiva. In a small pit inside the temple, there are three small Lingas, which are considered symbols of Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva. This temple made of black stones is very attractive to look at. If you have come to Nashik, then do not miss coming here.

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