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Sundar Narayan Temple

Sundar Narayan Temple

The Sundar Narayan Temple is an East facing shrine that adds the glory to Nasik, the city of pilgrimage. Located on the west of Holy River Godavari, near Ravivar Karanja, Nasik, it's an ancient temple built of black stones.

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Ramkunda

Ramkunda

Nasik has got a rich history dating back to the ancient times. The city of pilgrimage boasts of its very sacred river Godaveri, dotingly called as Ganga and Ramkund is the heart of it. Kunda means a place of bath and Ramkunda literally means a place where Lord Rama had bath during his stay in Nasik.

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Panchavati

Panchavati

On the banks of the majestic River Godavari, various religious activities of the city of pilgrimage, Nasik, are centered. The northern part from where the River Godavari flows in Nasik is called as Panchavati. Panchavati is considered to be the most visited holy and pilgrim spot of Nasik.

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Navshya Ganpati Temple

Navshya Ganpati Temple

Built in the year 1774, the temple of Navshya Ganpati is famous for offering 'Jagrut Darshan' to the devotees. It is located on the banks of river Godavari at Anandvalli, on the road going towards Someshwar called Gangapur Road. Though it is in Nasik city limits now, earlier it used to be a separate village.

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Naroshankar Temple

Naroshankar Temple

Naroshankar Temple is located in Panchavati, near the bank of Godavari which is fondly named by Nasikites as Ganga. In 1747, the temple is structured by Naroshankar Rajebahadur in architectural style of 18th century which is also known as 'Maya' style. The outer part of temple is well sculptured with rows of attractive designs.

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Muktidham Temple

Muktidham Temple

Located in the border of Nasik, the Muktidham temple is a beautifully marbled temple complex which was built by Late Shri JayramBhai Bytco. Muktidham temple is an abode of almost all the gods as well as goddesses, of the Hindu pantheon.

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Modakeshwar Ganesh Temple

Modakeshwar Ganesh Temple

Modakeshwar Temple in Nasik is an ancient temple of Lord Ganesh facing the east. This temple is located on the Asarachi Ves which is a road towards the cemetery from the Ramkund. The name 'Modakeshwar' is supposed to be derived from one of the popular Maharashtrian dishes, named as 'Modak'.

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