For health related works for the Kumbh mela in 2015, the Nasik Municipal Corporation (NMC) has worked out a plan worth Rs 110 crore. As per the civic health officials the proposal was necessary considering the arrival of pilgrims which could lead to disease outbreaks.
A new water supply project for Trimbakeshwar is on the way to its completion. The Maharashtra Jeevan Pradhikaran (MJP), Nasik, is completing this new water supply project worth Rupees 2 crore. Purpose of this project is for the future demand of water supply throughout the upcoming Kumbh Mela. Trimbakeshwar town will be co-hosting Kumbh Mela along with Nasik city. Water requirements for Trimbakeshwar for this time are anticipated as 43 million liters per day (MLD).
10lakh visitors per day will be estimated to visit the Trimbakeshwar during the Mela. MJP engineers have stated that the water supply project is in its beginning phase.
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.
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.
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.