About Nashik - Maharashtra
Nashik is famous for Historical & Religious place located in Mahashtra State at a distance of 166 Kms fro Mumbai & 210 Kms north of Pune. Nashik city is situated on the banks of the Godavari River, making it one of the holiest places for Hindus all over the world. Nashik has a rich historical past, as the mythology has it that Lord Rama, the King of Ayodhya, made Nashik his adobe during his 14 years in exile. At the same place Lord Laxman, by the wish of Lord Rama, cut the nose of "Shurpnakha" and thus this city was named as "Nasik".
In Kritayuga, Nashik was 'Trikantak', 'Janasthana' in Dwaparyuga and later in Kuliyuga it became 'Navashikh' or 'Nashik'. Renowed poets like Valmiki, Kalidas and Bhavabhooti have paid rich tributes here. Nashik in 150 BC.was beleived to be the country's largets market place. From 1487 A.D, this province came under the rule of Mughals and was known as 'Gulchanabad'. It was also home of emperor Akbar and he has written at lenght about Nashik in 'Ein-e-Akbari'. It was also known as the 'Land of the brave' during the regime of Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj.
How to Reach Nashik:
By Air : Mumabi International airport is he nearest Airport which is 172 kms away from Nashik.
By Rail : Nashik has Railway station well with city limits.
By Road : Nashik is well connected by State Transport buses & Private bus services.