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Kusumagraj

Kusumagraj

The soil of this holy city still has the aroma of Jnanpith, pronounced as Dhyanpeeth, brought here by the great Natsamrat in 1987. This worshiper of literature is Vishnu Vaman Shirvadkar alias Kusumagraj. He has significantly contributed to the sphere of Maharashtrian literature and that’s why he is believed as pride of Marathi Literature.

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Dadasaheb Phalke - Father of Indian Cinema

Dadasaheb Phalke

It is said that only two things entertain India Cricket and Movies! All of us know that Sachin is the 'God of Cricket' but do you know who the Father of Indian Cinema' is? He is Dadasaheb Phalke. And Nasik is the place where this great personality was born.

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Lalita Pawar

Lalita Pawar

Nasik, the holy city, has given many of gems to India since its existence. There are some famous personalities from Nasik who have embossed their names in all the areas of work and struggles. Lalita Pawar is one of such personalities who had a great presence in Bollywood, for more than seven decades.

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Anant Kanhere

Anant Kanhere

Nasik is believed to be one of the holiest Hindu cities in the world. After every 12 years, the Kumbhmela is held in Nasik which is amongst the only four cities of India where such massive event is held. In the 16th century, Nasik came under the Mughal rule and it was renamed as Gulshanabad.

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Tatya Tope

Tatya Tope

Ramachandra Pandurang Tope was an Indian leader who was well-known as Tatya Tope. He was born in Yeola village, in the Nasik district of Maharashtra in the year 1814. He was the only son of Pandurang Tope and during his childhood, Tatya became sworn enemy of the British government and that's why he participated in Indian Rebel of 1857.

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