Travel Nashik

Why Windmills Sinnar, Nashik Is called Maharashtra ka Switzerland

A few days ago I visited (Pavan Chakki) Windmills at Sinnar, Nashik with my 2 friends. I stopped in the Mohadari Ghat, to capture this beautiful sight. Monsoon is not only a season but it is a feeling! Monsoon! It’s time for the lovely earth fragrance, the little raindrops on the window glass, the thunderous sound of rain, and falling in …

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What makes people visit Trimbakeshwar Shiv Temple, Nashik

It is situated about 28 kilometers from the city of Nashik, Shri Timbakeshwar. The state transport buses are well covered for Trimbakeshwar. Shri Trimbakeshwar Temple is about 28 kilometers from Nashik, Maharashtra, near the mountain Brahamagiri, from which the river Godavari flows. It was constructed on the site of an existing temple by the third Peshwa, Balaji Bajirao (1740-1760). Trimbakeshwar …

Nashik Foodies

Top 10 Best Misal Pav Places to be visited in Nashik

In Maharashtra, where Nashik is renowned for its special Misal Pav dishes, everybody loves and eats Misal Pav. Kolhapuri Misal, Nashik Misal, Puneri Misal, Khandeshi Misal, and Nagpuri Misal are some of the Misal pav varieties available, with Nashik Misal being the most popular so far. Nashik is often referred to as the wine & Misal capital. It is made up …

Sula Vineyard, Nashik
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Sula Vineyards, Nashik Is So Famous, But Why?

Want to experience something unseen and beautiful then welcome to the Sula Vineyards. It is located at Gangapur Nashik. The very place where the wines are made from scratch and along with you can see the journey of wine from the grape gardens to those expensive bottles. A visit to vineyards and wineries in Nashik is a pleasant experience for …