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Ratangad

Ratangad

Ratangad is an old fort in Ratan Wadi, near Nasik and is a great place for trekking lovers. The beautiful fort is located at an elevation of 4300 feet overlooking the scenic setting of Bhandardara, which is among the oldest of artificial rainwater catchments in the area. Carbon dating done on the fort has dated it be about two thousand years old.

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St Philip’s Church

St Philip’s Church

St Philip’s Church is part of the Church of North India (CNI) group of Churches. It was built and completed on 1st May 1937, collectively by the Indian Pastors and the British who worked for the Indian Security Press. The Church is now governed by a Pastorate committee from Nasik, consisting of 8 to 10 Church representatives from St. Philip’s Church and all decisions concerning the Church are collectively made by them.

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Temple Hill

Temple Hill

Temple Hill, also known as Khandobachi Tekadi locally, is a small hillock in Devlali town near Nasik. Legend has it that the place was earlier haunted by two demons named Mani and Malla who used their evil powers to harass people.

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Trekking

Trekking

The place, Nasik is a pocket between many hills and this is evident as you move out of Nasik because as you travel you will come across many hills. People love to come for trekking here on a few of their favorite spots, all year round. However, the challenges in trekking in this terrain are different in different seasons.

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Madina Masjid

Madina Masjid

Being a pilgrim city Nasik has lots of sacred places of every religion. There are some popular Mosques located in Nasik such as Madina Masjid, Aisha Masjid and Helboudi Masjid. Madina Masjid is situated on Banganga River, located near Kasabe Sukena village. It is one of the most popular and historic mosques of Nasik.

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5 Tips for Nasik first-timers

5 Tips for Nasik first-timers

So you are also planning to visit Nasik? And that too for the first time? No Problem! Here are some tips for the first time travelers to Nasik which will help you to adjust in the surroundings of Nasik.

Plan you route wisely - First think carefully about your interests, like what you want to see and for what are you visiting Nasik? List the places which you want to visit during your trip to Nasik and tailor your trip accordingly. Some of the most popular places of Nasik are the Ramkund, Muktidham, Someshwar, Sula Vineyards, Trimbakeshwar, Shirdi and many others.

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Shopping in Nasik

Shopping in Nasik

Shopping is one word that is loved by everyone. Be it men, women or kids, everyone loves to shop. Especially, if you're coming to a place like Nasik which is a fusion of the modern malls and religious spots, shopping becomes a must. Since a large number of tourists travel here to see the nearby religious sites, there are various stalls and shops that are geared to the faithful. The city showcases various shops, traditional bazaars and hi-fi malls. It has to offer something for every pocket and taste. In Nasik, you can buy various souvenir items and handicrafts for your loved ones.

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