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Gondeshwar Temple, Sinnar

Gondeshwar Temple

Sinnar, an important industrial center, is located 26 kilometers from Nasik on the Nasik-Shirdi road. Apart from its industries, Sinnar is also very famous for the Gondeshwar Temple which is located at 1.5 kilometers from the bus stand of State Transport in Sinnar.

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Mulher Fort

Mulher Fort

Mulher fort, the capital of the Rathod dynasty built by Bagul ancestry, is located in Satana of Nasik district. It lies on the Dolbari range of Sahyadri on the border of the dense forest of Dang region.

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Mangi Tungi

Mangi Tungi

Mangi Tungi is a holy place, 120 km from Nasik and it is the sacred spot for both Hindus as well as Jains. Mangi Tungi serves as majestic bridge between diverse cultures and reminds the same root of religions. For Jain people, it is not less sacred than Mecca and Kanshi.

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Kalsubai

Kalsubai

Kalsubai is the highest peak of Sahyadris in Ahmednagar district, located 100km from Nasik, Maharashtra. Kalsubai is called as Everest of Maharashtra and it takes more than a day to ascend this peak of 4500 feet.

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Harihargad

Harihargad

Harihargad is an awesome location for trekking and is located in Trimbak region of Nasik. It is a very formidable as well as a rocky hill and the front appears to be rectangular in shape from the base village. Harihar, at a height of 3676 above the mean sea level, is located between Trimbakeshwar and Vaiterna dam.

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Getting In and Around Nasik

Getting In and Around Nasik

Nasik is strategically located close to the metro cities of Mumbai and Pune which makes it a major transport node. Reaching Nasik is easy as it is well connected by highways and railways; also Nasik was air connected to Mumbai.

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Chambhar Leni Caves

Chambhar Leni Caves

Nasik and its adjoining areas are famed for the numerous temples as well as the pilgrim places. The caves at Chambhar Leni are the Jain caves of the 4th century and also one of the sacred spots for the Jain religion. Chambhar Leni is the portion of the Teerthraj Gajpantha, which is a holy place of the Jains.

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