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5 Things to Hate about Nasik

5 Things to Hate about Nasik

I have been living in Nasik, since my childhood, so it's obvious that I love to be a Nasikkar. There are many things in Nasik, for which it is actually popular in the world. To list a few- there are grape farms, temples, vineyards and many more things. I have always admired the culture of Nasik. Nasik is amongst the fastest growing cities of the world. It is also famous for being the city of pilgrimage or the wine capital of India.

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A Memorable Experience with Sarpamitra

A Memorable Experience with Sarpamitra

We had an unexpected guest during the celebration of birthday party in our home. We didn't have any idea, when the 4 feet long, dark green snake entered in our house and was hiding in the store room. My mother noticed him when she went in store room to get some stuff and she just run out while screaming very loudly.

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Problems Faced by Students Using State Transport Buses

Problems Faced by Students Using State Transport Buses

Whether it is a bus stop near a college situated on College Road, Ganagpur Road or Adgaon Naka, one situation remains same. You can spot hordes of students running behind to catch a State Transport bus, risking their lives everyday. Nasik has grown as an educational hub and students from areas near Nasik can be seen coming here to pursue their college and further studies. For most students, student life is synonymous with restricted resources and they use public transport for their to and fro journey to the college.

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Plunge in 'Rahad' - A unique celebration of Rangpanchami

Plunge in 'Rahad' - A unique celebration of Rangpanchami

Nasik follows many things in a way different from other places. Rangpanchami is probably the best example of it. Unlike some other cities, Holi is not the day when people play colors. Instead, usually, fifth day from holi is celebrated as Rangpanchami and Nasilkites find another occasion to enjoy festivity. The entire city starts preparing for it days before.

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Unique Lingo of Nasikities

Unique Lingo of Nasikities

It was in 9.30's recess I went to Boat Club, our second classroom and so-called Katta where we chitchat for hours every day and sometimes enjoy watching rowing guys practicing in the warm waters of Godavari. Everyone from my group was looking at me and the moment I reached there all screamed loudly, "Swatah Bhaunche aagman zale aahe". I understood it was just to trifle with me.

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Nasik Dahi handi: 'Ala re ala, Govinda ala'

Nasik Dahi handi: 'Ala re ala, Govinda ala'

Dahi Handi in Nasik is celebrated after Janmashtami, which is a festival recalling Lord Krishna who used to scramble with his friends to create the human pyramid in order to reach the pot called as 'Handi' in local language. It is a mouth watering mixture of milk, ghee, curd, poha and dry fruits which is hung using a rope around of 30-50 feet high.

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Nasik Rockies on Mission Anjaneri

Nasik Rockies on Mission Anjaneri

Monsoon was just over leaving behind grassy fields rolling over the Sahyadri mountain range. What other than this could have been the right time to enjoy hiking? So we decided to go on a trek. It's because the trekking is not as popular leisure activity here as it is in Pune or Mumbai, Nasik has many trek sites available around the vicinity that are not yet explored completely.

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