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Attractions in Nashik

About Nashik

Nashik is an ancient holy city in Maharashtra, a state in western India. It’s known for its links to the “Ramayana” epic poem. On the Godavari River is Panchavati, a temple complex.


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Kalaram Mandir

The Kalaram Temple is an old Hindu shrine dedicated to Rama in the Panchavati area of Nashik city in Maharashtra, India. It is probably the most important Hindu shrine in the city.


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Kalsubai

Kalsubai Peak

Kalsubai is a mountain of the Western Ghats range located in the Indian state of Maharashtra. Its summit situated at an elevation of 5400 feet is the highest point in Maharashtra.

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Dhamma Giri

Dhamma Giri, meaing 'Hill of Dhamma' is one of the world's largest Vipassana meditation centres. It is co-located with the Vipassana Research Institute at Igatpuri in Maharastra.


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Ramkund

Ramkund

Ramkund is the most important place in Panchavati. It is so called because Lord Rama is believed to have taken bath there.




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Saputara

Saputara

Saputara has been developed as a planned hill resort with amenities like hotels, parks, swimming pools, boat club, theaters, ropeways and a museum.


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Veer Savarkar Smarak, Bhagur

Veer Savarkar Smarak, Bhagur

This historically important place is popularly known as the birthplace of Swatantrya Veer Savarkar, the freedom fighter.

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Kapaleshwar Temple

Kapaleshwar Temple

Old Mahadev Temple Built in 1763. Temple Kapaleshwar is among the very oldest temple one in Town.

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Trimbakeshwar

Trimbakeshwar Temple

Trimbakeshwar is abode of one of the twelve Jyotirlingas. The extraordinary feature of the Jyotirlinga located here is the Linga in the temple is in the form of a three faced embodying Tridev, Lord Brahma, Lord Vishnu and Lord Shiva.

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Shirdi

Shirdi Temple

Sai Baba of Shirdi, also known as Shirdi Sai Baba was an Indian spiritual master who was regarded by his devotees as an incarnation of God (avatar), saint, fakir, and satguru, according to their individual proclivities and beliefs.

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Saptashrungi

Saptashrungi Temple

Saptashrungi Gadh is a Hindu pilgrimage site near Vani, Nashik, Maharashtra. The name ‘Sapta’ stands for ‘Seven’ and ‘Shrunga’ for ‘Peaks’. Thus, the temple is surrounded by seven hills. Saptashrungi temple is one of the 51 Shakti Peethas in India.

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Nandur Madhmeshwar Bird Sanctuary

Nandur Madhmeshwar Bird Sanctuary

Nandur Madhmeshwar Bird Sanctuary is located in Niphad Tehsil of Nashik district. A stone pick up was constructed in 1907-13 across the river Godavari...

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Gargoti Museum

Gargoti Museum

The Gargoti Museum is a museum in the town Sinnar near Nashik in Indian state of Maharashtra that houses a collection of mineral specimens native to the region. The word "goti" refers to a Marathi word meaning stone or pebble.

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Sula Vineyards

Sula Vineyards

Over the last fifteen years, Sula has established itself as a pioneer and leader in the Indian wine industry, with milestones across its winemaking, tourism and business ventures. Since the sale of its first bottle of wine in 1999.

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Chambhar Leni

Chambhar Leni

Chambhar Leni in Nasik is one of sacred place for the Jains which is believed to have caves of the 4th century. Chambhar Leni is the portion of the Teerthraj Gajpantha, which is a holy place of the Jains.

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Shani Shingnapur

Shani Shingnapur

Shani Shingnapur or Shani Shinganapur or Shani or Shingnapur or Sonai is a village in the Indian state of Maharashtra.

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Sandhan Valley

Sandhan Valley

Sandhan valley is one of the greatest canyons in the Sahyadri mountain ranges. It is a very good combination of a canyon and a valley.

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Dugarwadi waterfall

Dugarwadi waterfall

Dugarwadi waterfall is 30 kilometres from Nashik on Trimbakeshwar road and 2 kilometres from the Jawhaar road. In monsoon season, people are advised to take care as the water level suddenly rises.

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Anjeneri

Anjeneri

Anjaneri is one of the exquisite attractions of Nasik city, which is also an important fort in the Trimbakeshwar region. Situated at 4264 feet above sea level, Anjaneri is a spiritual place that lies between Nasik and Trimbakeshwar.

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Jain Temple Vilholi

Jain Temple Vilholi

Jain temple is a beautiful three storied temple complex located at Vilholi which it about 12kms away from Nasik. Also known as Shree Dharmachakra Prabhav Tirth, this architectural grandeur is constructed with white marble and pink sand.

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Phalke Smarak

Phalke Smarak

Dadasaheb Phalke Smarak is a beautiful memorial to the legendary film maker Dada Saheb Phalke. Spread across 29 acres of land, this landscaped garden is situated on the Nashik-Mumbai highway at the foot of Pandavleni Caves.

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Pandav Leni

Pandav Leni

The caves, known as Trirashmi Buddhist Caves (erroneosly known as Pandav Caves) were carved out from the 2nd century BCE till the 5th century CE as a part of donation by the Jain Kings, merchants and local people for the Buddhist monks.

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Sarv Teerth Taaked

Sarv Teerth Taaked

This is the spot where a wounded Jatayu was found by Lord Rama on the outskirts of the Taaked village.

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Takali

Takali

Takli is the place of saint Samarth Ramdas. He was the Guru (teacher) of Chatrapati Shivaji. Ramdas was a bramhachari (bachelor) all through his life. He promoted the Hindu religion and told people the importance of simple living and high thinking.

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Someshwar

Someshwar

Someshwar is a beautiful nature spot, situated on the Gangapur Road on the way to Gangapur dam, about 7 kms away from Nasik city. The place derived its name from the Someshwar temple located on the banks of the river Godavari.

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Navshya Ganpati Mandir

Navshya Ganpati Mandir

Navshya Ganpati Mandir, Nashik. The Templae was build in mid 17th century by Peshwas. It has a long history of more than 300 years. It is located on the banks on Godavari river.

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Kavnai Fort

Kavnai Fort

This fort is located on a hill near village Kavanai, in Igatpuri Taluka of Nashik district, India. The Kavanai village is well connected by road to Igatpuri.

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Harihar Fort

Harihar Fort

Harihar Fort, is modern easy name based on original name Harshgad. This hill-fort is well famous cliff for chimney style climbing and name given as Scottish fall by adventure lovers.

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Mangi Tungi

Mangi Tungi

Shri Mangi Tungi is a Siddha Kshetra where total 99 carores of ascetics attained salvation including Ram, Hanuman, Sugriva, Nal, Neel, Mahaneel, Gava, Gavaksha and so many others.

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Ramshej Fort

Ramshej Fort

Ramsej or Ramshej Fort is a small fort located 10 kilometres north-west of Nashik. Ramsej fort saw the war against Mughal Empire for six and a half years.

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Chandwad

Chandwad Renuka Devi

Chandwad is a beautiful historical town lying in a hilly region. It is a taluka in Nashik district. Chandwad has historical places like Renuka Devi Mandir, Chandreshwar temple and Rang Mahal.

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Nastanpur Shani Temple

Nastanpur Shani Temple

Shree Shani Kshetra Nastanpur, Nashik, Maharashtra.

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Coin Museum

Coin Museum

The Coin Museum in Nashik is a research Institute on numismatic studies. They have trained researchers who have specialized on different numismatic periods, such as ancient, early medieval, medieval and late medieval.

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Khandobachi Tekadi

Khandobachi Tekadi

Temple Hill, Khandobachi Tekadi known for the temple of Lord Khandoba and the Deolali Market that is famous for selling unique items.

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Deolali Gliding Club

Deolali Gliding Club

Deolali Gliding Club, was founded in 1962 by group of serving Defense officers and Prominent residents of Nashik with an object to inculcate adventure aero sport .

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Vaitarna Dam

Vaitarna Dam, also called Modaksagar Dam, is a gravity dam on Vaitarna river which supplies water to Palghar,Mumbai, but located in Palghar & Nashik district in the state of Maharashtra in India. It was opened in 1957.

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About Nashik


Nashik is an ancient holy city in Maharashtra, a state in western India.
It’s known for its links to the “Ramayana” epic poem.

On the Godavari River is Panchavati, a temple complex.

Nearby, Lord Rama was thought to have bathed at Ram Kund water tank, today attended by Hindu devotees.

Shri Kalaram Sansthan Mandir is an ancient shrine to Rama, while Rama and Sita are said to have worshipped at Sita Gufaa caves.

Kalaram Temple



The Kalaram Temple is an old Hindu shrine dedicated to Rama in the Panchavati area of Nashik city in Maharashtra, India. It is probably the most important Hindu shrine in the city.

The temple derives its name from the statue of Lord Rama that is black. The literal translation of kalaram means black Rama. The sanctum sanctorum also houses the statues of goddess Sita and god Lakshmana. Thousands of devotees visit it every day.

The temple was funded by Sardar Rangarao Odhekar, and was built around 1788. It was said that Odhekar had a dream that the statue of Rama in black colour was in the Godavari River. Odhekar took the statue from river and built the temple.

The temple formed a pivotal role in the Dalit movement in India. B. R. Ambedkar led a protest outside the temple on 2 March 1930, in order to allowing Dalits into the temple.

The main entrance has a Lord Hanuman deity which is black. There is also a very old tree that has Lord Dattatreya's footprint impressions marked on a stone. Pilgrims visit the Kapaleshwar Mahadev temple near the Kalaram Temple.

Kalsubai Peak


Highest(1646 Meters)peak in Maharashtra's Sahyadri Range part. It lies on the border of Ahmadnagar district and Nashik district.

Kalsubai Peak (Marathi: कळसूबाई शिखर is the highest peak (1646 meters) in Maharashtra located in Akole Taluka, of Ahmednagar district in northern Sahyadri mountain portion or Western Ghats(this is not highest peak of entire Sahyadri mountain, highest Sahyadri place is Anamudi in Kerala state).

To reach the summit there are various trekking routes and cattle tracks. The main route starts from the village of Bari which is about six km north of Bhandardara Dam. To reach Bari, one has to travel to Igatpuri on the Mumbai Nasik route. From Igatpuri take the early morning bus (at around 5.00 am from the Igatpuri Bus Stand) going towards Pune and alight at Bari.

Dhamm Giri


Dhamma Giri, meaning ‘Hill of Dhamma’, is one of the world’s largest meditation centres and the main centre of a rapidly growing global Vipassana organization.

Ramkund


The most important place in Panchavati is Ramkund. It is so called because Lord Rama is believed to have taken bath there.

Mortal remains (Asthi) immersed in this kunda, are immediately absorbed in the water. A dip in this sacred kunda is considered very pious. Situated nearby is Gandhi Lake (Talav) having a memorable monument made out of white marble, in memory of the Father of the Nation.

The ashes were dropped in Ramkund after Gandhiji passed away on 30th January 1948. Mr. Nehru was also present on this occasion.

Saputara


This hill station is on a plateau in the Dang forest area of Western Ghats (Sahyadri) range at an altitude of about 900 metres.

Saputara means the 'Abode of Serpents' and a snake image on the banks of the river Sarpaganga is worshiped by the Adivasis on Holi.

Saputara has been developed as a planned hill resort with amenities like hotels, parks, swimming pools, boat club, theaters, ropeways and a museum. It is 172 kilometres (km) from Surat and 250 km from Mumbai.

The Maharashtra state border is 4 km from Saputara. Excursions from Saputara can be made to the wild life sanctuary in the Mahal Bardipara forest, 60 km. and to Gira Waterfalls 52 km away.

Veer Savarkar Samarak - Bhagur


Bhagur is located at a distance of 3 km from the Deolali Camp.

This historically important place is popularly known as the birthplace of Swatantrya Veer Savarkar, the freedom fighter.

The popular temple of ‘Bhagur Devi’ is also situated in this place.

Kapaleshwar Temple


Old Mahadev Temple Built in 1763. Nandi is Guru of Mahadev at this place that cause Nandi icon not ahead of temple Kapaleshwar is among the very oldest temple one in Town. The Temple is renovated by "Peshwe".

The story behind it is that lord shiv by mistakenly killed a cow ("GOHATYA"), to clean his sin the Nandi told him to go to NASHIK and take a bath in Ramkund. As per Nandi's instruction Lord Shiva came at NASHIK and cleaned his sin by taking a bath in RAMKUND. And after that he done some JAP, the place where now the Temple is located.

You can also observe that this perticular Shiva temple don't have any NANDI because NANDI suggested to Lord Shiva about the taking bath in RAMKUND for cleaning his sin, and because of this Lord shiva adopted NANDI as his GURU.

Trimbakeshwar Temple


Trimbakeshwar town is an ancient Hindu Pilgrim centre located at the source of the Godavari River, the longest river in peninsular India. Trimbakeshwar is abode of one of the twelve Jyotirlingas. The extraordinary feature of the Jyotirlinga located here is the Linga in the temple is in the form of a three faced embodying Tridev, Lord Brahma, Lord Vishnu and Lord Shiva.

The present Trimbakeshwar temple was constructed by third Peshwa Balaji Bajirao (1740-1760) on the site of an old temple. There are entry gates on all the four sides, viz. East, West, South and North. As per spiritual conceptions the direction East denotes the beginning, West denotes maturity, south denotes fulfillment or completion and the North stands for the revelation.

In the year 1954 the Sansthan was registered under public trust registration act. Shri Trimbakeshwar Sansthan takes care of daily three time pooja, all the festivals and gala carnivals of the year.

Shirdi Ke Sai Baba


Sai Baba of Shirdi, also known as Shirdi Sai Baba was an Indian spiritual master who was regarded by his devotees as an incarnation of God (avatar), saint, fakir, and satguru, according to their individual proclivities and beliefs. He was revered by both his Hindu and Muslim devotees, and during, as well as after, his life it remained uncertain if he was a Muslim or a Hindu. This, however, was of no consequence to Sai Baba.

He stressed the importance of surrender to the true Satguru, who, having trod the path to divine consciousness, will lead the disciple through the jungle of spiritual training.

Sai Baba is known by people around the world. According to accounts from his life, he preached the importance of realization of the self, and criticized love for perishable things. His teachings concentrate on a moral code of love, forgiveness, helping others, charity, contentment, inner peace, and devotion to God and guru.

Sai Baba also condemned distinction based on religion or caste. Sai Baba's teaching combined elements of Hinduism and Islam: he gave the Hindu name Dwarakamayi to the mosque in which he lived, practised both Hindu and Muslim rituals, taught using words and figures that drew from both traditions, and was buried in Shirdi.

One of his well known epigrams, "Allah Malik" ("God is King") and "Sabka Malik Ek" ("One God governs all"), is associated with Hinduism and Islam He is also known to have said, "Listen to me and your prayer shall be answered".

Saptashrungi Devi Temple Vani


Saptashrungi is a hill range consisting of seven hills locally called Ghads and form part of the Sahyadri Range of hills in Western Ghats. Sahyadri Range is also known as Ajanta Satmala Range and the average height of the peaks is 4,500 feet (1,400 m).

The Dhodap, in the center of this mountain range, is the highest peak with an elevation of 4,600 feet (1,400 m), and Saptasrungi is towards its west. There are 108 water bodies (ponds) located in the watershed of these hills, which are called Kundas.

Nanduri and Vani are the villages nearest to the temple, which are situated at the foot of the hills. There are many approaches to reach the top of the temple location.

The route from Nashik and Vani via Dindori is 39 kilometres (24 mi) and via Pimpalgaon Baswant is 51 kilometres (32 mi). The route via Nadurgaon village is the easiest and is 14 kilometres (8.7 mi) from Vani. It is at a distance of 60 kilometres (37 mi) from Nashik, the district headquarters.

The State Highway 17 (Maharashtra) (SH-17) connected with the National Highway 3 (NH 3) links Nashik with the temple site near the villages of Vani and Nanduri. Bus facilities by state transportation are available to reach the temple precincts. The forests in the hills are reported to have medicinal herbs.

There is a circumlocutory path used by pilgrims to do parikrama around the temple. This path is in an elevation range between 1,230 metres (4,040 ft) and 1,350 metres (4,430 ft), and is stated to be in steep rock topography. The hills are covered with verdant forests.

Nandur Madhmeshwar Bird Sanctuary


Nandur Madhmeshwar Bird Sanctuary is located in Niphad Tehsil of Nashik district in Western Maharashtra. A stone pick up was constructed in 1907-13 across the river Godavari just below the confluence of Kodwa and Goadavari rivers at Nandur Madhameshwar. The water level is always fluctuating in Nandur Madhameshwar Lake.

The water released from Gangapur and Darana water reservoirs is stored at Nandur Madhameshwar and subsequently released from here through canals for irrigation. Silts and organic matter that are carried away with water flow are accumulated in the lake, due to which islands and shallow water ponds have been created.

This resulted in the biological enriched conditions by which aquatic vegetation has been stabilised. Thus the site has turned into good wetland habitat aptly described as 'Bharatpur of Maharashtra".

Nandur Madhmeshwar is nice place for birding, but it not gives better opportunities for photography, because the area of back water in Nandur Madhmeshwar is very vast so if birds are get disturb then they going inside the lake.

Gargoti Museum


The 1st Museum in “Sinnar, Nasik” came to existence in April 2001; it was named “Gargoti The Mineral Museum” Inaugurated by the Hands of Hon.Late Shri. Balasaheb Thackery ji, Gargoti soon emerged as a key tourist destination in the state & has marked Nasik as the epicenter of Indian Zeolite Minerals in global mineral map.

Gargoti Museum displays the personal collection of Connoisseur Mr.K.C.Pandey which the result of his consistency since past 40 years. Mr.Pandey’s collection in the Gargoti Museum majorly consists of:

  Natural Indian Zeolite Minerals & Crystals
  Natural Gems Stones
  Natural Precious/Semi-Precious Stones
  Naturals Precious/Semi-Precious Metals
  Fossils
  Stone Handicrafts (Statues)
  Collected from all around the world.

Extremely popular amongst the tourists visiting the country, Gargoti Museum, Nasik is visited by at least 200,000 visitors annually which includes families, students, celebrities, businessmen, politicians, socialites, geologists, gemologists, academicians, parliamentarians, architects, interiors designers, scientists, research scholars, mineral dealers and collectors; both national and international, who appreciate and inspire from the valiant initiative taken by Gargoti.

Quick facts about Gargoti, The Mineral Museum (Nasik)

Gargoti Museum is India’s one & only Gem & Mineral Museum It is the world’s biggest “Private” Gem & Mineral Museum Gargoti Museum houses the largest & the finest collection of Indian Zeolite Minerals & Crystals in the world.

Sula Vineyards


Sula Vineyards (or “Sula”) is a winery and vineyard located in the Nashik region of western India,180 km northeast of Mumbai. After the launch of its first wines in 2000, Sula expanded from its original 30 acre family estate in Nashik to approximately 1800 acres across Nashik and the state of Karnataka.

Sula introduced grape varietals such as Chenin Blanc, Sauvignon Blanc, Riesling and Zinfandel to India and as of 2013, they hold a market share of almost 70% in the Indian wine Industry.

In addition to winemaking, the company has also diversified into hospitality, alcobev imports and spirits.

Chambhar Leni


Nasik and its adjoining areas are famed for the numerous temples as well as the pilgrim places. The caves at Chambhar Leni are the Jain caves of the 4th century and also one of the sacred spots for the Jain religion. Chambhar Leni is the portion of the Teerthraj Gajpantha, which is a holy place of the Jains.

The caves are at an elevation of about 400 feet from the ground. The staircase that leads to the Jain temple is made out of black stones. They give an awesome panoramic sight of the valley. This site offers a very tranquil ambience which is appropriate for rumination. Even though landscape nearby it is somewhat barren, recently some plantations are done here.

The Chambhar Leni caves are located at Mhasrul, on Dindore road and on the Nasik-Gujarat highway. They are at a distance of 16 km from the Nasik Road Railway Station and at a distance of 6 km from the Nasik city. You can reach there by either bus, taxi or an auto.

It is popularly believed that Chambhar Leni was built by the King of Mysore, Chamraj, in the 600 BC. So, in the regional lingo, the caves got the name "Chambhar Caves" or "Chamer Caves". This came to be known from "Shantinath Purana", an ancient holy book.

It is supposed that the seven saints (Balbhadra) of Jain as well as their 8 crore followers, once got salvation at this place. Top of the hill, there are temples which display the Shweta Charan of several Jain saints along with two caves. You can find the Kshemendra Kirti's Samadhi and also a beautiful garden. You can also come across the temple of four directional statues of Lord Mahaveer.

Shani Shingnapur


Shani Shingnapur or Shani Shinganapur or Shani (Marathi: शनी शिंगणापुर )or Shingnapur or Sonai (Marathi: सोनाई) is a village in the Indian state of Maharashtra. Situated in Nevasa taluka in Ahmednagar district, the village is known for its popular temple of Shani, the Hindu god associated with the planet (graha) Saturn. Shingnapur is 35 km from Ahmednagar city.

Shingnapur is also famous for the fact that no house in the village has doors, only door frames. Despite this, no theft was reported in the village until 2010.

The temple is believed to be a "jagrut devasthan" (lit. "alive temple"), meaning that a deity still resides in the temple icon. Villagers believe that god Shani punishes anyone attempting theft. The deity here is "Swayambhu" (Sanskrit: self-evolved deity) that is self emerged from earth in form of black, imposing stone. Though no one knows the exact period, it is believed that the Swayambhu Shanaishwara statue was found by shepherds of the then local hamlet. It is believed to be in existence at least since the start of Kali yuga.

The village has a post office and a high school known as Shri Shanishwar Vidya Mandir besides the primary schools run by the Zilla Parishad. The chief source of water supply in the village is wells.

Sandhan Velly



Sandhan valley is one of the greatest canyons in the Sahyadri mountain ranges. It is a very good combination of a canyon and a valley. Located in the Nagar district, near the famous fort Ratangad, Sandhan valley is undoubtedly The Valley of Suspense. Walking through the narrow streak of valley with 300 ft rock walls on both the sides is a lifetime experience. Exploring Sandhan valley is always a memorable outing and the Konkankada visit is a sweet cherry on the cake !!!

Dugarwadi Waterfall


Dugarwadi waterfall is 30 kilometres (19 mi) from Nashik on Trimbakeshwar road and 2 kilometres (1.2 mi) from the Jawhaar road.

In monsoon season, people are advised to take care as the water level suddenly rises.

Anjeneri


Anjaneri is one of the exquisite attractions of Nasik city, which is also an important fort in the Trimbakeshwar region. Situated at 4264 feet above sea level, Anjaneri is a spiritual place that lies between Nasik and Trimbakeshwar.

Anjaneri is the birthplace of Hanuman, and is named after Hanuman's mother 'Anjani'.[1] Anjaneri has major significance for devout and hikers alike. Hanuman spent his childhood and grew up on the same mountain.

One hundred and eight Jain caves are found here belonging to 12th century.

Anjaneri is, according to Hindu texts, the birthplace of Hanuman. The Panchmukhi Hanuman held sacred as the 11th Rudra of Shiva. As Anjaneri is situated very close to the Jyotirlinga of Shiva, having powerful significance of the Trinity, represented by the three faces embodying Lord Brahma, Lord Vishnu & Lord Mahesh(Shiva) at Trimbakeshwar ;it is unquestioningly the birthplace of God Hanuman. Secondly, only as the 11th Rudra is God Hanuman the embodiment of Shiva, and this image is Panchmukhi. This form of Hanuman as "Sri Panchamukha Anjaneya Swami" (Anjaneya = "son of Anjani") is more famous in the South and some other parts of the world. Some of the famous places where this form is seen are: Kumbakonam and Thiruvallur, both in Tamil Nadu.

Unlike Dattatreya who was born with three heads, or Ravana with ten heads, Hanuman was indeed born with one head. So where does this concept of a 5-headed Hanuman come from?

It happened during the war between Rama and Ravana's armies in Lanka. As it so happens, two powerful rakshasa brothers Mahiravana and Ahiravana are fighting on the side of Ravana. In some scriptures they are said to be Ravana's sons and are summoned by their father to help him after many of Ravana's warriors and generals are killed.

Mahiravana is the ruler of the Patalpuri (Patala i.e. Hell). Now Mahiravana, being a powerful practitioner of dark arts and magic (known to be a great devotee of Goddess Kali) locates Rama and Laxmana by his magic. Mahiravana disguises himself as King Dasharartha, and gets past Hanuman's fortress who is guarding them. He captures Rama and Laxmana while they are sleeping, drags them down and holds them captive in his palace in Patala.

Mahiravana leaves a trail behind, which goes deep into the bowels of the earth. Searching for them, Hanuman reaches Patala whose gates are guarded by a creature called Makardhwaja. Hanuman subdues him and ties him up before entering Patalpuri to rescue Rama and Lakshmana.

Upon entering Patala, Hanuman discovers the two brothers held captive as a sacrifice to Kali, and also that in order to kill Mahiravana, Hanuman must simultaneously extinguish five lamps burning in five different directions. Thus, Lord Hanuman assumes the Panchamukha or five-faced form of:

1. Sri Varaha facing the North.

2. Sri Narasimha facing the South.

3. Sri Garuda facing the West.

4. Sri Hayagriva (a much earlier Avatar of Vishnu) facing the sky.

5. His own (Hanuman) facing the East.

Thus equipped with the five faces, Hanuman blows out the lamps, kills Mahiravana (in some versions, he sacrifices the demon himself to Kali, thus earning her favor by virtue of which she made Hanuman her doorkeeper. Indeed, many temples of the goddess are seen to have a monkey guarding their doorways) and thus rescues Rama and Laxmana.

To this day, Hanuman is invoked in any fight against sorcery, and amulets and charms depicting him are therefore extremely popular among devotees.

Some popular folklore has a different version in which Mahiravana is killed, but that does not explain Hanuman's five faces.

Jain Temple - Vilholi


Dedicated to Jain saints, Jain temple is a beautiful three storied temple complex located at Vilholi which it about 12kms away from Nasik.

Also known as Shree Dharmachakra Prabhav Tirth, this architectural grandeur is constructed with white marble and pink sand.

The 'Pravachan Hall', were sermons and meditations take place, is located on the ground floor.

The temple is adorned with the idols of the jain saints and the most important among them is the idol of 24th Jain Tirthankar, which is made of Panchdhatu and weighs about 12 tons.

Phalke Smarak


Dadasaheb Phalke Smarak is a beautiful memorial to the legendary film maker Dada Saheb Phalke. Spread across 29 acres of land, this landscaped garden is situated on the Nashik-Mumbai highway at the foot of Pandavleni Caves.

The smarak contains a place for meditation, a main conference hall and an exhibition center that showcasing the works of the Dadasaheb Phalke. The beautiful lawn of the smarak has an attractive musical fountain.

Pandav Leni


The caves, known as Trirashmi Buddhist Caves (erroneosly known as Pandav Caves) were carved out from the 2nd century BCE till the 5th century CE as a part of donation by the Jain Kings, merchants and local people for the Buddhist monks. The name is derived from the word "Tiranhu" which is inscribed in the Caves.

It means "rays of sunlight" which is quite obvious referring to the rays of sunlight emerging from behind the Caves as seen from the village. These caves were carved and donated by various kings that ruled Nashik - The Satavahanas, The Nahapanas, The Abhirs. The caves lodge idols of Buddha and Bodhisattva.

The cave has idols of Buddha, Jain Teerthankara Rishabhdev, and the icons of Bodhisatva, Veer Manibhadraji and Ambikadevi.

The site has an excellent ancient water management system and skillfully chiseled out of solid rock are several attractive water tanks.

Sarv Teerth Taaked


This is the spot where a wounded Jatayu was found by Lord Rama on the outskirts of the Taaked village. While Jatayu was wounded and lying on the ground when Lord Rama arrived, Lord Rama sensed the end result and decided that Jatayu get moksha.

Lord Rama hit an arrow in the ground so as to call all seven sacred rivers, called teertha. Six rivers' waters arrived, one river water failing to obey Lord Rama's call. Since Lord Rama was himself an incarnation of Lord Vishnu, He forced the Gaya teertha to arrive at the spot.

Finally Jatayu was given the waters of seven rivers and he attained moksha. Today, the six river waters are seen together in one pond, whilst the seventh is a few feet away as a punishment. It mixes with the remaining six waters in an invisible manner.

Taaked village remains a tourist and religious attraction today. A fair is organized on the Mahashivratri festival near the sacred water pond.

Ramdas Swami’s ashram, Takli


Takli is the place of saint Samarth Ramdas. He was the Guru (teacher) of Chatrapati Shivaji. Ramdas was a bramhachari (bachelor) all through his life.

He promoted the Hindu religion and told people the importance of simple living and high thinking. Ramdas ran away from his marriage procession and settled down at Takli.

He meditated here for 12 years. He was devotee of lord Ram and meditated with the words Shriram Jai Ram, Jai Jai Ram for 13 crores times. After such a long devotion, he left.

Ramdas Swami’s ashram is preserved in his memory at Takli. There is also a beautiful Hanuman temple surrounded with greenery on the bank of river Nandini or Nasardi.

Someshwar Temple & Waterfall


Someshwar is a beautiful nature spot, situated on the Gangapur Road on the way to Gangapur dam, about 7 kms away from Nasik city. The place derived its name from the Someshwar temple located on the banks of the river Godavari.

Someshwar and its surroundings is the favourite place of movie makers as it is surrounded by greenery all over with a pleasant climate. Other attraction of this place is the 10 meter long Dudhsagar waterfalls.

On the way to Someshwar, there is a village named Anandwalli. It is said that Peshwas - Anandibai and Raghobadada, lived there for some time and hence the place is called so. The Navasha Ganpati temple located at Anandwalli is believed to be built by them.

Someshwar Waterfall

Someshwar Temple

Kavanai Fort


KavnaiThis fort is located on a hill near village Kavanai, in Igatpuri Taluka of Nashik district, India. The Kavanai village is well connected by road to Igatpuri. Igatpuri is 18 km from Kawanai.Village kavanai is a religious place where Saint Dnyaneshwar rested for few days. The religious place Kapilatirth is located near the kavnai village. The fort is located on a small hillock, north of the village.

History : It is said that the fort was built by Moghuls. It was ceded to Peshvas by Nizam under the terms of the treaty held after the Battle of Udgir (1760).This fort along with Tringalwadi and fifteen other forts were captured by British army under leadership of Col. Briggs.

How to reach : The ascend to the fort is very easy along a ridge which stars from the village kavanai. There is only one gate to the fort. The final ascend to the fort is vertical with poor rock-cut steps. The villagers have secured the approach by fixing an iron ladder. It takes about an hour to reach the top of the fort.

Harihar Fort


Harihar Fort, is modern easy name based on original name Harshgad. This hill-fort is well famous cliff for chimney style climbing and name given as Scottish fall by adventure lovers.

Highest point of this hill fort is measured as 1120 meters above sea level. The Fort is in range called Upper Vaitarana range began from Fort Bhaskar or Basgad to Fort Anjaneri.

Fort Basgad is seen exact in the West side hiding Utawad peak's hill. In the East side most of view covered by Brahma hill which is little higher to this fort.

Beyond Brahma we see Kapdya's small slender hill and beyond it giant Trimabakgad hill fort. Beyond Trimbakgad we can find South ege of Anjaneri Hill Fort and Ranjangiri hill fort. With clear climate Awandh-Patta and Kalasubai range in South East and Saatmala and Shelbari ranges seen in North direction.

Shri Mangi Tungiji Digambar Jain Siddha Kshetra


Shri Mangi Tungiji Digambar Jain Siddha Kshetra is situated in Baglan tehsil, about 125 Km from Nashik, 69 Km from Manmad Siddakshetra, 125 km from Gajpantha and 180 km from Ellora. It lies on Delhi-Bhopal - khandwa central rail route, 10 km away from Tahrabad via (Satana- Tahrabad). Nashik.

The nearest airport is at Nasik. Taxis and Busses are available for Mangi Tungi from Nasik, Malegaon and Manmarh.

Shri Mangi Tungi is a Siddha Kshetra where total 99 carores of ascetics attained salvation including Ram, Hanuman, Sugriva, Nal, Neel, Mahaneel, Gava, Gavaksha and so many others.

Shri Mangi Tungiji consists of two hills Mangi and Tungi are two cliffs of a single mountain. Mangi is situated at a height of 4343 feet and Tungi is situated at 4366 feet above the sea level. There are seven old temples on Mangi hill and so many images of feet of saints are installed here. There is a pond on Mangi hill named Krishna Kund. It is believed that Lord Krishna was cremated from here. A Cave named Balbhadra Cave where idols of Balram and many others are installed. In Balabhadra cave several idols in yogic postures are found.

On Tungi hill there are five temples and two caves named on Bhagwan Chandraprabhu, the 8th Teerthankar and other is Ram Chandra Cave. In one cave there is an idol of Ram’s chief of army Kritantvakra. Also the idols of Hanuman, Gava, Gavaksha, Neel etc. are found here. On the path between Mangi & Tungi Hills to cave down, there are two Caves of Shuddha & Buddha Munies (ascetic saints), a Colossus of Bhagwan Munisuvrat Nath is there in Padmasana. Lord Bahubali and other’s idols are also there. Many idols on both the hills are carved on the rocks. Beautiful attractive images of Yaksha & Yakshini and Indra are also carved here.

In two main caves of ADINATH and SHANTINATH Caves, an inscription of V. S. 1400 is found in Adinath Cave. There are several other caves named after deities and sages such as Seetaji , Mahaveer , Adinath , Shantinath , Parshwanath and Ratnatrya. who were liberated there. At the foot of the hills there are three temples housing more than 75 idols.

Fair: Every year in the holy month of Kartik (September - October) a festival on the mountains is celebrated here. Both Jain and Hindus visitors in large numbers assembles here to take part in a grand Rathyatra. Mangi Tungiji is the place with beautiful natural greenery surrounded by hills.

Ramshej Fort


Ramsej or Ramshej Fort is a small fort located 10 kilometres (6.2 mi) north-west of Nashik, in the Indian state of Maharashtra. Ramsej fort saw the war against Mughal Empire for six and a half years. The first killedar (leader) was Suryaji Jadhav, but after five and a half years he was transferred and a new killedar was appointed. Mughals conquered Ramshej Fort by paying bribe to the new killedar.

Chandwad Nashik


Chandwad is a beautiful historical town lying in a hilly region. It is a taluka in Nashik district. Chandwad has historical places like Renuka Devi Mandir, Chandreshwar temple and Rang Mahal. The glory of Chandwad can be seen by visiting these places. In Malegaon subdivision of Nashik district lies Chandwad, which is a tehsil. Nashik is a district in the state of Maharashtra, India. Ahilyadevi Holkar’s Rangmahal fort is in Chandwad. Being surrounded by large mountains, it is akin to a hill station.

Between Pimpalgaon Baswant and Malegaon lies the city of Chandwad on National Highway 3, also known as Mumbai-Agra Road. Rangmahal fort, built by Ahilyadevi Holkar and a nearby well are places of interest. Subways from her palace to Renuka temple and a well near Vinchur were built by Ahilyadevi. Under enemy attack, these subways served as safe passages. On one of the mountains is a taksal or mint. It is also a place of importance and interest. Jain Religion Society has established famous education societies in Chandwad.

Nastanpur Shani Temple


Coin Museum


The Coin Museum of Nashik has a collection of research and well-documented history of Indian currencies.

The Coin Museum in Nashik is a research Institute on numismatic studies.

They have trained researchers who have specialized on different numismatic periods, such as ancient, early medieval, medieval and late medieval.

Address: INHCRF Campus, Nashik - Trimbak Road, Near Anjaneri Village, Maharashtra 422213

Phone: 080077 76623

Hours Open: 10AM - 4PM

Khandobachi Tekadi, Deolali


Khandobacho Tekdi is famous place and popular tourist attraction in Deolali near Nashik. The fascination “Temple Hill” is dedicated to Khandoba Maharaj (Incarnation of Lord Shiva). This place is about 500 years old. Many people visits this place to enjoy beauty of Sunrise and Sunset. The beautiful garden developed around Khandoabchi Tekdi consist waterfall, jogging track making it perfect place for families to enjoy in the evening.

As temple is situated in cantonment area with lesser construction around; one can have excellent view of Nashik city from the top. Moreover, places like Eklahra Thermal Power plant and Windmills on Sinnar-Ghoti road are visible.

History of Temple Hill:

During the incarnation of Lord Shiva as “Lord Khandoba”; he fought fierce battle with two demons Mani and Malla. These demons were giving lot of trouble common innocent people by using wicker magical powers. At the end of their fight, Lord Khandoba killed both demons and while he was returning to heaven took rest at this specific hill.

Deolali is also famous for its wholesale market, camp area and restaurants. Deolali is about 20km from Nashik City and one can reach there by using route Nashik-Nashik Road – Deolali or Nashik – Pathardi – Deolali.

Deolali Gliding Club


Deolali Gliding Club, was founded in 1962 by group of serving Defense officers and Prominent residents of Nashik with an object to inculcate adventure aero sport.

Apart from government gliding centre Pune this is the only private /Gliding club proactively pursuing the objective the dynamic managing committee stands committed to make available this extremely exciting ,challenging yet safe and adventurous sport for the visitors,members and all Indian Nationals.

Pilots are trained here by able technical team,chief Gliding Instructor,Assistant Gliding Instructor,Aircraft Maintenance Engineer.

Vice President Mr Suresh B Kapadia and Additional Secretary Mr Feroze Masani are steering the activities and are making the existence sustainable,and are supported by Jt sec Dr Ganorkar, Treasurer Mr Khadilkar ,Mr Mihir Bhagwati who is also President of Mumbai Flying club,and Mr Manish Gupta.

An air experience is offered to the visiting enthusiast at a fee,the rider cherishes joyous feeling of different,virgin form of flying.

Any medically fit 16 yrs or older person can apply for the membership and become a flier,Occasional visitor/joyrider is not required to become member.

Vaitarna Dam


Vaitarna Dam, also called Modaksagar Dam, is a gravity dam on Vaitarna river which supplies water to Palghar,Mumbai, but located in Palghar & Nashik district in the state of Maharashtra in India. It was opened in 1957.

Height: 82 m

Surface area: 8.39 km²

Impound: Vaitarna

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Cafe & Food joints in Nashik



Cafe Royale

Cafe Royale

Serving authentic pure vegetarian North and South Indian delicacies to the room guests & visitors.


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Chai Tapri

Chai Tapri

It offers all the goodness of tapri tea and accompaniments in a more relaxed and urbane setting.


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Modren Cafe

Modren Cafe

authenticity vegetarian Maharashtrian food at Modern Cafe.


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Salim Chai

Salim Chai

Landmark for tea lovers from not only college road but from the whole city.

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Sadhana Restaurant (Chulivarchi Misal Pav)

Sadhana Restaurant (Chulivarchi Misal Pav)

Perfect place to be with family!!! loved their chulivarchi misal. Along with that they served dahi, papad, kanda, limbu.


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Ganesh Lunch Home

Ganesh Lunch Home


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Nandan Sweets

Nandan Sweets

The top 3 of chaat - Sev Puri, Bhel Puri and Paani Puri, all taste great here.


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Pinnapple Juice Samarth Juice

Pinnapple Juice at Samarth Juice

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Madhavji Ka Badhiya Chivda

Madhavji Ka Badhiya Chivda

Nashikwala Madhavji ka badhiya chivda satisfying the taste buds of food lover since 1925.


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Hotel Curry Leaves

Hotel Curry Leaves

A pure vegetarian restaurant with two seating areas. Food here is upto the mark.


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Veg Aroma

Veg Aroma

Garden dining, banqueting hall and on-site parking are all offered at this rustic Indian restaurant.


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Mamacha Mala

Mamacha mala is little outside the city. Quite a place once again ambience is good as its big farm area.

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Viju's

Viju's

Dabeli, Sandwiches 'n' Fresh Pizza's.


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Cafe Royale - Pure Veg. Restaurant


Chai Tapri


Address: opp.Dominos pizza,, College Rd, Model Colony, Nashik

Phone: 0253 234 1114

Hours: Open · 8AM–10PM

Modren Cafe


Address: Opp.Saraswat Bank,Near Pumping Station City Bus Stop, Gangapur Rd, Sobhag Nagar, Nashik, Maharashtra 422005

Phone: 090119 71279

Hours: Open · 8:30AM–11PM

Salim Chai



You can’t find anyone in nashik who is unaware of Salim Chai, An usual “chai thella” established decades ago near BYK college has now turned into an iconic landmark for tea lovers from not only college road but from the whole city. Started by our beloved Salim chacha few decades ago, This little tea stall is most preferred hangout places since ages.

Unfortunately Salim chaha passed away on 20th feb two years ago, Tomorrow on his second death anniversary all his tea lovers are going to gather at their tea stall to pay him tribute and to reminisce about old times. Also there will be a board to express and write doen your memories about Salim Chacha and his chai.

New address of Salim Chai: Salim Chai, Near Sharadha Petrol Pump,Opposite BYK Collge ,Nashik.

Sadhana Restaurant (Chulivarchi Misal Pav)


Perfect place to be with family!!! loved their chulivarchi misal. Along with that they served dahi, papad, kanda, limbu. We had lassi, gulachi jalebi and buttermilk which was awesome. Camel ride and horse ride was the attraction for my cousins service was amazing, their coordination with each other was really good.

Address: Hardev Bagh, Motiwala College Road, Bardan Phata,, Gangapur Road, Nashik, Maharashtra 422001

Phone: 093739 37310

Hours: 8AM–2PM

Ganesh Lunch Home


Address: Dawa Bazar, Gole Colony, Nashik, Maharashtra 422002

Nandan Sweets


It is a decent pocket-friendly Chaat joint located at College Road.

It has been insanely famous lately, which has led to this place getting a lot of hype, something which is impossible for them to stand up to.

However, the taste has been good enough, and the service has been quick. The top 3 of chaat - Sev Puri, Bhel Puri and Paani Puri, all taste great here.

Address: College Rd, D'souza Colony, Nashik, Maharashtra 422005

Hours: 10AM–9PM

Pinnapple Juice at Samarth Juice


Madhavji Ka Badhiya Chivda


Nashikwala Madhavji ka badhiya chivda satisfying the taste buds of food lover since 1925. We have various products *for all age group* from children to adults*. As being in business from 1925 we are proud to offer our products to you all. You can order as much or as little as you like, and if there is a particular product that you can’t find on our site please contact us, we will be delighted to see what we can do!

Besides this we also provide corporate gift packs or personal gift packs which normally are available during all festive seasons like Deepawali , Eid, Christmas , etc...

The pilgrims visiting Nashik love chivda and these pilgrims* never* forget to buy varieties of our products without fail before leaving from Nashik.

Hotel Curry Leaves


A pure vegetarian restaurant with two seating areas. Food here is upto the mark. Must try is the nagli papad. The ambience and service is nice. A restaurant in which you can enjoy with your family.

Address: Jehan Circle, Gangapur Road, Nashik, Maharashtra 422005

Phone: 0253 234 6777

Hours: 9AM–11PM

Veg Aroma


"One of the best vegetarian restaurants in Nashik " Ambience top class, food is excellent service is fast. This restaurant has captured the market in a big way in gangapur Road area. With breakfast options in mornings it is a hit with savji missal lovers. Jain food is also there.

Address: Gangapur Rd, Opposite Dura Gas Pump, Anandvalli, Nashik, Maharashtra 422005

Phone: 0253 233 9696

Open Hours: 7:30AM–11:30PM

Mamacha Mala


Mamacha mala is little outside the city. Quite a place once again ambience is good as its big farm area.

Address: MHSH26, Matori, Nashik, Maharashtra 422003

Phone: 098813 29390

Open Hours: 6:30AM–6PM

Viju's Sandwiches


Address: Shop No. 5,6,7, College Rd, Kulkarni Baug, Nashik, Maharashtra 422005

Phone: 089560 06000

Open Hours: 10AM–10PM

For Fitness




Golf Club Ground

Anant Kanhere Maidan is a cricket ground in Nashik. The ground has facilities of jogging track, cricket stadium, and sports complex.




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Vir Savarkar Swimming Pool ( N.M.C.)

Swatantrya Veer Savarkar Jaltaran Talav : Named after the great visionary and freedom fighter born on Nasik's very own soil, this is the oldest swimming pool in the city


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Hutatma Anant Kanhere Maidan


Anant Kanhere Maidan is a cricket ground in Nashik, Maharashtra, India. Formerly the stadium was known as Golf Club Ground.

The ground is named after Hutatma Anant Kanhere, who was a freedom-fighter from Nasik.

The ground has facilities of jogging track, cricket stadium, and sports complex.

Swatantrya Veer Savarkar Jaltaran Talav


Striving to be a metro city, Nasik is a rapidly developing province. Nasik Municipal Corporation (NMC) here plays a central role in making the first move towards building quality infrastructure. Along with roads, hospitals, schools, NMC is also determined to endorse sports and has built several stadiums.

Swimming, too, is there on its agenda. Mentioned below are quite a few swimming pools in city being sprint by NMC.

Swatantrya Veer Savarkar Jaltaran Talav : Named after the great visionary and freedom fighter born on Nasik's very own soil, this is the oldest swimming pool in the city. Being developed and maintained by Municipal Corporation, Swatantrya Veer Savarkar Swimming Pool features to be a long course one or Olympic-sized swimming pool.

Address : Opp. Golf Club Ground, Trimbak Road, Nasik - 422 002

Swatantrya Veer Savarkar Swimming Pool : Built by NMC, this is the only international standard swimming pool in Nasik city. It encompasses a complex of total five swimming pools.

Address : Behind Bytco College, Nasik-Pune Road, Nasik Road, Nasik - 422 101

CIDCO Swimming Pool : This is semi-Olympic-sized swimming pool built by NMC.

Address : Near Sambhaji Stadium, Behind Symbiosis Institute of Operations Management, Ambad Link Road, Nasik - 422 009

Panchvati Swimming Pool : The newest swimming pool in Nasik is about to set in motion. Avid swimmers and novice, too, are pretty excited over this under construction mini-Olympic-size swimming pool.

Address : Masaheb Minathai Thakare Sports Complex, Hirawadi Road, Opp. Lunge Mangal Karyalaya, Panchvati, Nasik - 422 003

Swatantrya Veer Savarkar Jaltaran Talav
(Swatantrya Veer Savarkar Swimming Pool)





Vivekanand Swimming Pool(cidco)





Panchvati Swimming Pool





Shopping Market & Malls




Nashik City Centre Mall

Nashik City Centre Mall is a place where so many vendors doing business Shopping Mall complex in Nashik.


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Pinnacle Mall

The Pinnacle Mall is a large mixed-used development in the city of Nashik.


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Nashik City Centre Mall


Address: Sambaji Chowk, Lawate Nagar, Banyan Square, Untwadi, Nashik, Maharashtra 422009

Phone: 092251 29626

Hours: Open : 11AM - 10PM

Pinnacle Mall


Address: Trambakeshwar Rd, Mohan Nagar, Nashik, Maharashtra 422002

Phone: 0253 230 7111

Open Hours: 9:30AM - 10PM



For Entertainment




Yashwantrao Chavan Planetarium and Science Centre

This spacious building of Yashwantrao Chavan Planetarium / Y.C. Tarangan, is situated at a prime location, in the heart of the city


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Kalidas Kala Mandir

Kalidas Kala Mandir is a theatre located at Shalimar in Nashik.


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Damodar Theatre


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Cinemax - City Centre Mall


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Cinemax College Road


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INOX Old Vijay Mamta


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BIG Cinemas Divya


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Mahalaxmi Cinema


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Yashwantrao Chavan Planetarium and Science Centre, Nashik


The city-based Planetarium and Science Centre project, started in 2007; is one-of-its-kind in the entire country, to be operated by the Local Municipal body - Nashik Municipal Corporation (NMC).

NMC had then launched this project in order to cultivate scientific temper and to inculcate the spirit of curiosity, reasoning and spreading science education among the young and inquisitive minds.

The local Planetarium is definitely creating a sustained interest among Nashikites and even going beyond that, by creating social awareness in the city.

Various Activities for Students

Moreover, in the adjacent hall, there is a facility (LCD projection screens) of conducting lectures, popular talks, presentations to accomodate to a large audience. Every year, several student activitiesare also regularly conducted here, like : 1.Model-making Contest & Celebration of the successful launch of ISRO's MOM, Mangalyaan-1.

2.Celebration of 'National Science Day' (on 28th February).

3.Remembering 'Yuri Gagarin's first Human Spaceflight and the dawn of Space age' (on 12th April).

4.Celebration of '25 years of success of Hubble Space Telescope' (on 24th April).

5.Celebration of the 'UN-declared World Space Week, WSW 2015' (from 4th to 10th October).

6.Celebration of the 'UN-declared World Students' Day', to mark the Birth Anniversary of Late Dr. A P J Abdul Kalam (on 15th October).

Salient Features

State-of-art Machinery based on Digital Technology Fully air conditioned 10 meter diameter dome shaped gallery with 105 seating capacity Spacious building having 700 sqm floor area along with exhibition gallery for space science Amphitheatre with beautiful landscaping

Kalidas Kala Mandir


Address: Shalimar, Nashik, Maharashtra 422001

Phone: 098220 56916

Damodar Theatre


Address: Main Rd, Bhadrakali, Shalimar, Nashik, Maharashtra 422001

Cinemax - Nashik / City Centre Mall


Located in: Nashik City Centre Mall

Address: Nashik City Centre Mall, Plot No. 177 to 133, 3rd floor, Banyan Square, City Centre Mall, Sambaji Chowk , Lawate Nagar, Nashik, 422009

Phone: 0253 661 2020

Cinemax College Road


Address: Vitthal Charni Complex, College Rd, Vese Mala, DattaMandir, Canada Corner, Nashik, Maharashtra 422005

Phone: 0253 669 5225

INOX Old Vijay Mamta


Address: Nashik Pune road, Shivaji nagar, opp to prasad chamber, Nashik, Maharashtra 422006

Phone: 0253 242 1111

BIG Cinemas Divya


Address: Purab Paschim Plaza, Trimurti Chowk, Opp Post Office, Cidco-9, Nashik, Maharashtra 422008

Phone: 093254 02677

Mahalaxmi Cinema


Address: Dindori Rd, Near Market, Loksahakar Nagar, Nashik, Maharashtra 422004

Phone: 0253 251 1936

Education Institutes in Nashik



Sandip Foundation

Sandip Foundation is a private institute/college in Mahiravani, Nasik, Maharashtra, India. Sandip Foundation has three academic divisions Its 200-acre primary campus is approximately 13 km from Nasik, near Trimbakeshawar.


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Maharashtra Police Academy

Maharashtra Police is the law enforcement agency responsible for the Indian state of Maharashtra. It is headed by Director General of Police and headquartered in Mumbai, Maharashtra.


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Madurai Kamaraj University

Heading: Madurai Kamaraj University Distance Education, City: Nashik, Results: Narmada Educational Trust, Involvements: Madurai Kamaraj University


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Excellence Learning Centre Pvt. Ltd.

Excellence Learning Center is a learning Organization in the field of Training Programmes to enhance the skills and techniques of the Executives working in the Industry and Business Organizations.

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Symbiosis Institute of Operations Management

Cost-Effective Learning Programmes. Self Learning Material. Register Now! Contempory Cirriculum · Exam e-Booking · Self Paced Learning · 24*7 Student Support


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Maharashtra University of Health Sciences

The university was established on 3 June 1998 by the state Government of Maharashtra through an ordinance.


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Ashoka Education Foundation

Establishing and developing state-of-art integrated educational facilities and institutions of learning and holistic human development...


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Yashwantrao Chavan Maharashtra Open University

The Yashwantrao Chavan Maharashtra Open University (YCMOU) was established in July 1989.

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Barnes School and Junior College

Barnes School, Deolali, is a boarding school in west India. It was established in 1925, on the basis of a 1718 original foundation.


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Fravashi Academy

Fravashi Academy is a pre-primary, primary and secondary school run by the R. S. Luth Education Trust in Nashik.


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Wisdom High International School

Wisdom High International School is a Co-Educational Day school affiliated to ICSE, IGCSE syllabus.


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K. K. Wagh Institute of Engineering Education & Research

It is the oldest engineering college in Nashik.


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Dr. Vasantrao Pawar Medical College

This medical college was established in 1990 under visionary guidance and whole hearted support of Dr. Vasantrao Pawar Sir.


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Motiwala Homoeopathic Medical College & Hospital

One of the premier and reputed Homeopathic Colleges of India.


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Dhanvantari D.M.L.T. College

A very small bush planted in 1996 by Mrs. Sarojtai Dhumane Patil


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K.B.H. Dental College and Hospital

Karmaveer Bhausaheb Hiray Dental College and Hospital offers three years Master of Dental Surgery (M.D.S.) and five year Bachelor of Dental Surgery (B.D.S.)


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Mahatma Gandhi Vidyamandir´s HMCT

Mahatma Gandhi Vidyamandir´s. SAMAJSHREE PRASHANTDADA HIRAY COLLEGE OF HOTEL MANAGEMENT AND CATERING TECHNOLOGY.


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Amro College of Hotel Management

Hospitality and the tourism Industry is the world's largest industry and rivals any other, in terms of size and economic impact.


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Sandip Institue of Engineering and Management


Sandip Foundation is amongst the top engineering, management, polytechnic & pharmacy college in Nashik, India offering best career-oriented courses.

Address: Trimbak Road, Nashik, Maharashtra 422213

Phone: 02594 222 551

Maharashtra Police Academy


Maharashtra Police is the law enforcement agency responsible for the Indian state of Maharashtra. It is headed by Director General of Police and headquartered in Mumbai, Maharashtra.

It has one of the largest police forces in the country, having about 35 district police units in the state. The Maharashtra Police force has a strength of nearly 1.95 lakh. It also has 1.5 lakh women in its force.

Address: Trambakeshwar Road, Parijat Nagar, Opp Fravashi Academy, Nashik, Maharashtra 422007

Phone: 0253 235 2161

Madurai Kamaraj University


Madurai Kamaraj University was inaugurated on 6 February 1966, based on the extension centre of the University of Madras, at Madurai. In 1968 the foundation stone for a new campus was laid by Zakir Hussain, the President of India. The Directorate of Distance Education of the university was established in 1971.

In 1978 the name was changed to Madurai Kamaraj University to honour K. Kamaraj, former Chief Minister of Madras State.

Address: 304, Space Cosmos Tower, Old Agra Rd, Ashok Stambh, Raviwar Karanja, Panchavati, Nashik, Maharashtra 422001

Phone: 0253 231 1127

Excellence Learning Centre Pvt. Ltd.


Excellence Learning Center is a learning Organization in the field of Training Programmes to enhance the skills and techniques of the Executives working in the Industry and Business Organizations who are in search of excellence as a part of their quest for continuous improvement.

The training methodology includes Audio Visual Presentations, Case Study, Role Playing, Management Game Playing to make topics easier to understand and practice back in the field, office and shop floor.

Excellence Learning Center offers training Programs in various areas in specific and all other areas of interests of Industry and Commerce.

Address: Above SBI, Off College Road, Thatte Nagar, Near BYK Circle,, Nashik, Maharashtra 422005

Phone: 0253 659 0606

Hours: Open · 8AM–8PM

Symbiosis Institute of Operations Management


Address: C/o Symbiosis Institute of Operations Management (SIOM), A-23, Shravan Sector, Cidco, New Nasik, Nashik, Maharashtra 422008

Phone: 0253 237 3002

Hours: Open · 8AM–5PM

Maharashtra University of Health Sciences


.The university was established on 3 June 1998 by the state Government of Maharashtra through an ordinance.The State Legislature passed Maharashtra University of Health Sciences Act 1999 (Act No X) and received the assent of the Governor, in the Maharashtra Government Gazette on 21 January 1999.

The University was declared open by the Governor of Maharashtra on June 10, 1998 and all colleges and institutions imparting education in health science in the state of Maharashtra have been affiliated to this new university under Section 6(3) of the Act.

The University has been established for the purpose of ensuring proper and systematic instruction, teaching, training and research in modern medicine and Indian Systems of Medicine in the State of Maharashtra. Within 3yrs of formation a committee was formed in year 2000 by the Government Of Maharashtra to review the progress of the Maharashtra University of Health Sciences and to recommend measures for modifying its functions and responsibilities in the light of the new challenges faced by the university.

Address: Vani - Dindori Road, Mhasrul, Nashik, Maharashtra 422003

Phone: 0253 253 9114

Chancellor: C. Vidyasagar Rao

Founder: Government of Maharashtra

Founded: 3 June 1998

Vice-chancellor: Deelip Mhaisekar

Ashoka Education Foundation


Address: Wadala, Ashoka Marg, Nashik, Maharashtra 422011

Phone: 096577 20329

Yashwantrao Chavan Maharashtra Open University


The Yashwantrao Chavan Maharashtra Open University was established in July 1989 by Act XX- of the Maharashtra State Legislature, named after Yashwantrao Chavan, Maharashtra’s great political leader and builder of modern Maharashtra.

Address: Dnyangangotri, Near Gangapur Dam, Nashik, Maharashtra 422222

Phone: 0253 223 1715

Founded: July 1989

Chancellor: C. Vidyasagar Rao

Vice-chancellor: M.M. Salunkhe

Barnes School and Junior College


Barnes School, Deolali, is a boarding school in west India. It was established in 1925, on the basis of a 1718 original foundation.

It is a private co-educational prep school. It is an Anglican school, founded in 1925, under the auspices of the Bombay Education Society.

The school is twinned with Christ Church School, in Mumbai. Both schools follow the ICSE curriculum and use the same shield as a badge or logo, Barnes in blue and Christ Church in green. Barnes Junior College is affiliated to the Indian School Certificate/ISC. Barnes School and Junior College was started in 2008.

Address: Devlali Camp, Barnes School Rd, Maharashtra 422401

Phone: 0253 249 7194

Fravashi Academy


It also has a junior college. Mr. Ratanshaw Sorabji Luth, after whom the trust is named was also the founder father of Fravashi Academy. He formed the educational trust in 1978. Fravashi Academy was started in 1982.

The chairman of the trust is Mr. Ratan Luth. Mrs. C. C. de Rozario acts as the managing director and Mrs. Sudha Murali and Mrs. Nina Deshmukh are the principals of the ICSE and SSC sections respectively. Mrs. Rashida Vasi heads the primary section.

Fravashi Academy is the first school in North Maharashtra to get ISO 9001 – 2008 certification of quality management. The school prepares the students to appear for the grade X SSC and ICSE examinations conducted by the Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education and the Indian Certificate of Secondary Education respectively.

Campus:

The school is divided into several blocks - the administrative block which comprises the fees counter and the chairman's office, the pre-primary paradise and other blocks for primary and secondary, the ICSE Examination Hall and the activity space. The campus has lush green lawns and hedging. It has a circular cage enclosing fishes and birds at the entrance. The school even has a skating rink and is well equipped with chemistry, biology and physics laboratories. It even has a fully air conditioned computer laboratory with 40 computers.

Address: Opp. M.P.A, Trimbak Rd, Nashik, Maharashtra 422002

Phone: 0253 257 7900

Motto: Learn with Humility

Number of students: 1,100

Founded: 1982

Classroom: 50

Wisdom High International School


Address: Gangapur Road, Rameshwar Nagar, Balawant Nagar, Anandvalli, Nashik, Maharashtra 422007

Phone: 0253 233 8795

K. K. Wagh Institute of Engineering Education & Research


K.K. Wagh Institute of Engineering Education & Research, Nashik (KKWIEER) is the oldest engineering college in Nashik.

It is a self-financed, privately managed college recognized by AICTE, adjudged in “A” grade by the Govt. of Maharashtra and affiliated to Pune University.

K. K. Wagh Institute of Engineering Education & Research was established in 1984 and is located at Hirabai Haridas Vidyanagari in scenic environment surrounded by lush green trees.

The college is spread over area of 10 hectares and offers bachelor's degree programmes in Electrical, Electronics & Telecommunication, Mechanical, Production, Computer, Civil, Chemical Engineering & Information Technology.

Address: Hirabai Haridas Vidyanagari, Amrutdham, Panchavati, Nashik, Maharashtra 422003 Phone: 0253 251 2876 Founded: 1984 Motto: Committed to serve the needs of the society at large by imparting state-of-the-art Engineering Education and to provide Knowledge and develop Attitudes, Skills and Values leading to establishment of quality conscious and sustainable research oriented Educational Institute

Dr. Vasantrao Pawar Medical College


Late Dr. Vasantrao Pawar, recipient of the prestigious Dr.B.C. Roy award, was the Ex-Sarchitnis of MarathaVidhya Prasarak Samaj (MVP). He passed away on 7th October 2010.

He procured the official permission to start the medical college in 1989. Through his relentless effort, the medical college has now acquired the status of a multidisciplinary post graduate institute with a Hi Tech super specialty hospital.

As a mark of respect and gratitude to his contributions, the college was named after him as Dr. Vasantrao Pawar Medical College Hospital and Research Centre on 4th April 2010.

Despite his busy schedule, as MLC for Nashik, he took personal interest in the routine functioning of the college. Patients and students always remained his primary focus. He truly believed that the eventual success of a medical institution depends on affordable and quality medical care provided to the patients, and therefore ensured excellent treatment to poor and needy at a negligible cost.

As an accomplished medical professional upholding the true values of medical ethics, he always operated cases in surgery whenever situation demanded, in spite of his busy political schedule. His motto was "Patients come first." Sir extended active support, guidance, advice and played a key role in establishment, sustainment and growth of the institute.

"May God help us to cope with this irreparable loss and grant the energy to fulfil his dreams for the institute, all of his employees and students! May his soul rest in eternal peace and that his vision and mission be carried forward by all of us!"

Address: Hindustan Nagar, Vasantdadanagar, Adgaon, Nashik, Maharashtra 422207 Phone: 0253 230 3111

Motiwala Homoeopathic Medical College & Hospital


Motiwala Homeopathic Medical College, one of the premier and reputed Homeopathic Colleges of India. Homeopathy is a system of medicine, which was discovered and developed by a German Physician, Dr. Samuel Hahnemann, between 1796 and 1842. He was an MD in Allopathic system of medicine. Homeopathy is based on the principle of “Similia Similibus Curantur”(Like cures like).

Address: Motiwala Nagar, Gangapur - Satpur Link Road, Via Y.C.M.O.U, Gangapur, Nashik, Maharashtra 422002

Phone: 0253 235 1693

Dhanvantari D.M.L.T. College


A very small bush planted in 1996 by Mrs. Sarojtai Dhumane Patil has now been converted into very big tree, Mrs. Sarojtai established KSSMM’s Dhanvantri College, at Vasant Market in a very small place on 21st January, 1996.

Initially the college offered Engineering Diploma & Degree Course in Mechanical, Automobile, Computer & Civil Engineering. The institution also offered Paramedical Courses in DMLT, PG-DMLT, B.Sc.(MLT). All the paramedical course are of 1 year duration.

The strict discipline & administration implemented by the management helped to rise name & fame of the whole organization. The management appointed learned, qualified & experienced staff for all the faculties.

Mrs. Sarojtai always had on infinitive ambitions to reach to the commonest person of the society through the medium of education. With this noble will, the institution started BHMS course affiliated to Maharashtra University of health sciences in 2000.

With the grate ambitions & devotion towards work institution achieved spectacular success in the field of education. Increased number of courses & number of students made it impossible to run the college in the initial place at Vasant Market. So the college was shifted to spacious, own building at new Nashik in year 2000.

In successive year Dhanvantari College got affiliation from Pune University for the course of PG-DMLT. The valuable guidance & training from the teachers resulted in achieving 100% result. Students are also given exposure to co-curricular activities & extra curricular activities. We have also produced gold medalist in inter college debit competition at state level.

With the major aim of social service & giving medical exposure to the students Mrs. Sarojtai established ‘Sarojtai Dhumane Patil Hospital & Research Center. The hospital provides 50 bed indoor capacity, well equipped operation theatre, sonography center. The poor & common person can get best treatment in Charitable fees.

In year 2006 the college got affiliation from Yashwantrao Chavan Maharashtra Open University for 3 & half year course of B.Sc. (MLT) & in year 2007 for MBA course.

In year 2007-08 the Institution is achieving another landmark by expanding the college. Engineering, Designing & Management Course are now shifted to new own separate premises under the heading of Kalpataru Institute.

In year of 2008 institute was started D.T.Ed course under the Organization of Kalpataru Institute.

Address: Fl.No 2, Bldg. No.1, Nr. Dhanvantari Medical College Kamatwade, Nashik, Maharashtra 422008

Phone: 0253 237 7103

K.B.H. Dental College and Hospital


Karmaveer Bhausaheb Hiray Dental College and Hospital offers three years Master of Dental Surgery (M.D.S.) and five year Bachelor of Dental Surgery (B.D.S.)

Address: Mumbai Agra Road, Panchwati, Nashik, Maharashtra 422003

Phone: 0253 251 4873

Mahatma Gandhi Vidyamandir´s HMCT


 To create a Cadre of Hospitality Professionals with specialized skills in Managerial Perspective.
 To prepare our Management Graduates for challenging and rewarding professional career.
 To make the student capable of managing changes and converting challenges into opportunities.
 To develop entrepreneurship skills within the students so as to generate employment.
 To inculcate high moral, ethical and professional standards among our students.

Address: 6th Floor, K.B.H. Dental College & Hospital Building, Krishna Nagar, Nashik, Maharashtra 422003
Phone: 0253 262 8399

Amro College of Hotel Management


Regardless of the source consulted, Hospitality and the tourism Industry is the world's largest industry and rivals any other, in terms of size and economic impact. International business and leisure travel have expanded into multibillion dollar industry and continued growth will further increase the demand of educated & highly skilled professionals, bearing this in mind Amro was conceived.

Hotels all over the world need well trained people who possess good technical & managerial skills, people who are enthusiastic & personable with the ability to deal with guests & staff in a friendly & professional way. In addition, students acquire experience in a number of operational areas across a range of hospitality business ensuring that on graduation they have both a respected qualification and work experience.

Address: "Surajkund" Gat No 64/3 Mumbai_nashik Highway (NH-3), Rajurbahula, Nashik, Maharashtra 422010

Phone: 0253 651 1223

Industry in Nashik


Hospitals in Nashik



Apollo Hospital

Apollo Hospitals, Nashik is spread across 1,25,000 Sq. Ft of land near Panchavati, a holy place near Nashik. Apollo's mission of bringing healthcare of international standards within the reach of every individual has inspired the group to start this facility at Nashik.


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Wockhardt Hospitals

Wockhardt Super Speciality Hospital, Nashik, founded in 2008, is the first corporate hospital in North Maharashtra. It is a dedicated super-speciality hospital.

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Suyash Hospital

Dr. Yatindra Dube is a highly skilled and competent Physician from Nashik in Maharashtra with more than 17 years' experience. He is currently associated with Suyash Hospital in Nashik as Physician and Intensivist.


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Civil Hospital

It is one of the best hospitals in the area offering efficient treatments. Civil Hospital (Nashik) believes in providing the healthcare services to all sections of society.


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Apollo Hospitals, Nashik


Apollo Hospitals, Nashik is spread across 1,25,000 Sq. Ft of land near Panchavati, a holy place near Nashik. Apollo's mission of bringing healthcare of international standards within the reach of every individual has inspired the group to start this facility at Nashik. Nashik, today is one of the fastest growing economic cities of India with a growing demand for quality health care.

This project is based on Apollo's vision for the next phase of development that is to Touch a Billion Lives and to reach as many districts as possible spreading quality health care to billions. The 150 bedded multi-speciality hospital offers basic, Multi - Speciality and Super Speciality services all under one roof.

Centres of Execellence:

Cardiology
Cardiovascular & Thoracic surgery
Neurosurgery
Neurosciences
ENT
Nephrology
Orthopaedics
Paediatric Surgery
Ophthalmology
Obstetrics & Gynaecology
Critical Care
General Medicine
General Surgery

Services & Facilities:

24 x 7 Emergency Care
24 x 7 Pharmacy with home delivery option
24 ICU Beds
24 Hours Blood Bank
24-hour Diagnostic Services (including lab services with auto analyzer, CT scan, X-Ray, Ultrasound, TMT & Echo-Colour Doppler)
3 Laminar Flow OTs with state of the art facilities
128 Slice CT Scan Facility Available
1.5 Telsa MRI Facility Available
Advanced Mammography Facility
Advanced Cath Lab Facility
Master Health Check
Surgical ICU
Neonatal ICU
Highlights:

A Multi-disciplinary Intensive Care Unit which has successfully treated more than 100 Neurology patients in the initial month of the launch. E-ICU: A unique concept for the city with comprehensive hi-tech facility.

Emergency & Trauma Care : Round-the-clock facility to manage any medical emergency with an ambulance designed as a mobile ICU, supported with an emergency call no 1066. Address: Swaminarayan Nagar Near Lunge Mangal Karyalaya New Adgaon Naka, Panchavati Nashik 422 003, Maharashtra.

Contact : +91-253 2510 250 / 350 / 450 / 550 / 750

Emergency Contact: 1066

Wockhardt Hospitals


Wockhardt Super Speciality Hospital, Nashik, founded in 2008, is the first corporate hospital in North Maharashtra. It is a dedicated super-speciality hospital offering comprehensive, end-to-end care in Cardiology, Cardiac Surgery, Neurology, Neuro Surgery, Orthopedics and Joint Replacement Surgery. Apart from these, it also offers Minimal Access Surgery, Nephrology, Urology, Critical Care, Medical and Surgical Oncology and Emergency Services and a Trauma Line.

The ethos of Wockhardt Hospital, Nashik is its belief in the credo of its triad of core values namely Clinical Excellence; Patient Centricity and Ethical Practices and this has enabled Wockhardt Hospitals to extend quality and affordable healthcare. What makes the hospital stand out is the presence of hi-tech diagnostic equipment and services like 2D ECHO, MRI & CT Scan, Digital X-ray, Pathology services, latest surgical techniques, patient centric post-operative care, physiotherapy and rehabilitation besides professional nursing and paramedic talent.

To provide comprehensive care, Wockhardt Hospitals, Nashik has an eminent team of consultants, nursing staff and paramedics, along with the best in life support systems and ultra-modern technology.

Wockhardt Hospital, Nashik acts as a Regional Referral Centre for pathological investigations. It caters mainly to the North Maharashtra region including towns such as Dhule and Jalgaon.

Wockhardt Super Speciality Hospital, Nashik is equipped with:

200 patient beds (44 for Critical Care)
4 Operation Theatres adhering to International Standards
Digital Flat Panel Cardiac Catheterization Lab
Dedicated Cardiac Ambulance
24 hr. Wockhardt Emergency Heart Line
Accident and Trauma Line
Above equipped information talks only about Heart Care facility, please add more points of other specialties as well like Kidney treatment, TKR, Joint Endoscopy, etc

Super Speciality Hospital


Address: Shalimar, Nashik, Maharashtra 422001

Phone: 098590 18065

Suyash Hospital


Address: Ahilyabai Holkar Road,Matoshree Nagar, Nashik, Maharashtra 422002

Phone: 0253 231 8990

Civil Hospital (Nashik)


It is one of the best hospitals in the area offering efficient treatments. Civil Hospital (Nashik) believes in providing the healthcare services to all sections of society.

All the modern equipments are available at this hospital to increase the efficiency of the treatments being provided. The staff is very professional and well aware of the duties it has to perform.

Civil Hospital Nashik Contact Number :

Emergency/Helpline Phone Number : (0253) 2572038, 2576106, 2572036

Address : Thakkar Bazaar Bus Station Opposite Golf Club Madan, Trimbak Road, Nashik - 422002

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