Nashik is one of the fastest-growing cities in Maharashtra and is also called the Wine Capital of India. The city is famous for its pleasant climate and beautiful surroundings. The Godavari River flows from the city so it is fertile. Because this is one of the places where the Kumbh Mela festival is held once in 12 years, it can be said to be one of the Hindu holy cities in India. During the Mughal reign, it was called Gulshanabad.
Summer from March to June is hot if mercury shoots around 37 degrees Celsius. But for that, the climate remains moderate throughout the year. It receives heavy rain in the rainy season which runs from June to September and has winter. But deforestation and industrialization have decreased the amount of rainfall lately because this is the 4th fastest growing city in the United Kingdom with many different large industries located here.
Nashik Ozar Airport was found 25 km in the city but is not functioning at this time. But Mumbai Chhatrapati Shivaji Airport has located 160 km from your city and also people who reach Nashik from a distance reach through this airport. The train station in Nashik has located 10 km from your main city and contains trains daily to Mumbai and Pune and comes in the Central Railway line. The city is well connected by road and there are often buses to Mumbai.
Tourist attractions in Nashik are Sita Gufaa, Panchvati, Ganga Ghat, Mineral Museum, Phalke Smaarak, Jain Mandir, Someshwar, Bhaktidham, Vedic Mandir, etc. To see all these places, the city government runs the Nashik Darshan bus every day which will teach you around each important place. Regional public transportation services are another option and you will rent a car to relocate the city. If you want to … Read the rest