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Rent N Ride is a car rental company from Nashik Maharashtra. Nashik a very holy & pilgrimage city situated in western India in the state of Maharahtra. Nashik is situated at a distance of 180 kms from Mumbai (previously Bombay) & these two cities are well connected by road. Nashik has created & maintained its distinct identity over the years, from holy city to pilgrimage city; from Industrial hub to grape city & recently has gained popularity as wine city.
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a. Ram Kund :- The most important place in Panchavati is Ramkund. It is so called because Lord Rama is believed to have taken bath there. Situated nearby is Gandhi Lake (Talav) having a memorable monument made out of white marble, in memory of the Father of the Nation.
b. Tapovan :- Tapovan literally means precincts reserved for meditation and penance. There is such a precinct for penance ahead of Panchavati and hence was named Tapovan. The sages used to meditate in close proximity with the lush green nature. Laxmana - brother of Rama - used to stay here and had cut nose of Shurpanakha - sister of Ravana. This place has temples of Laxmana and Hanuman. Even today, this locale captivates mind because of Godavari’s silently gurgling stream, long stretch of green woods and closeness to jungle’s flora and fauna. A cavernous fissure on boulders along the riverbed is called Brahma Yoni. Very close by, is the Kapil Tirth. On the right bank of Godavari, there are eleven rocky cavernous spaces where rishi-munis must have been retreating for sacraments. There are temples of Gopalkrishna and Lakshmi-Narayan and the famous Goshala (cow-shed) was built here in 1904. In ancient time, this land was made sacred by the touch of Lord Rama’s feet.
c. Sita Gumpha :- The Gumpha (i.e. Cave) is near the five Banyan trees in Panchavati. One can enter the cave with the help of a very narrow stair case. The cave has the idol of Shree Ram, Laxman and Sita. To the left, one can enter into the cave having the Shiva Linga. Devotees believe that Ravan kidnapped Sita from the same place.
d. Veer Savarkar Smarak is located at a distance of 3 km from the Deolali Camp. This historically important place is popularly known as the birthplace of Swatantrya Veer Savarkar, the freedom fighter. The popular temple of ‘Bhagur Devi’ is also situated in this place.
e. Pandav leni :- Pandu Caves (also known as Trirashmi Caves) are a group of 24 caves carved between the 3rd century BC and the 2nd century AD, representing the Hinayana Buddhist caves and has nothing to do with the characters of Mahabharata (the Pandavas). Most of the caves are Viharas except for the 18th cave which is a Chaitya The location of the caves is a holy Buddhist site and is located about 8 km south of Nashik, Maharashtra, India.
f. Dadasaheb Falke Smarak Named after the noted film producer Dadasaheb Phalke Samarak, these sprawling gardens at the foot of the Pandav Leni Caves are the pride of Nashik. Musical fountains, lawns, fast-food outlets and museums that highlight the work of Dadasaheb Phalke and the cultural heritage of the city make it a popular retreat for visitors.
g. Coin Museum Nashik : - Coin Museum is in Nasik, Maharashtra. The museum has a fine collection of research and well-documented history of Indian currencies. Coin Museum was established in 1980 under the Indian Institute of Research in Numismatic Studies. This museum is the only museum of its kind in Asia. The environment of the museum is so cool, as it is located in the backdrop of the enthralling Ajneri Hill of Nashik.
h. Kalaram Temple :- Another important temple is that of Kala Ram. This temple was built by Peshwas. There are great processions and utsav on Ramnavami, Dasara and Chaitra Padwa (Hindu new year day). The specialty of the temple is that it was built with black stones.The stones were brought from Ramshej 200 years ago. It took 23 lakhs of rupees and 2000 workers to build the temple in 12 years. The apex of the temple is made up of 32 tons of gold. In 1930, Dr. Ambedkar performed Satyagraha, to allow the entry of Harijans into the temple.
i. Goraram Temple :- Gore Ram mandir was built in the year 1782 by Deverao Hingne, lawyer of Madhavrao Peshve. The temple is very beautiful with Ram Panchaytan (Ram, Sita, Laxman, Bharat, Kshatrughna & Hanuman).
j. Kapaleshwar Temple:- Kapaleshwar is among the very oldest temple one in Nashik city located near Ramkunda, Panchavati. You can also observe that this particular Shiva temple don't have any NANDI.
k. Other Attractions in Nashik :- Muktidhan; Bhaktidham; Dotondya Maruti ; Sundar Narayan Temple; Naroshankar Temple; Someshwar Temple; Ved Mandir. Around Nashik :- Shirdi is 90 kms from Nashik. Shri Sai Baba is revered as one of the greatest saints ever seen in India, endowed with unprecedented powers, and is worshipped as a God incarnate. (SAI meaning Sakshaat Ishwar) - GOD THE ABSOLUTE. People today flock Shirdi in ever-increasing numbers to pay homage to the divine and to experience the truth of Baba’s promise that he would be active in answering devotee's prayers even from his tomb. ShaniShingnapur. The presiding deity of Shinganapur, Sri Shaneshwara or Lord Shanidev- the personification of the planet Saturn is worshipped with utmost reverence and devotion by multitudes of people from all over the world. One of the unique aspects of the village Shiganapur is that houses here have no door- frames or locks on them for safety. They are in fact not needed. The people here believe that it is the benediction of the god that no crime ever occurs in this village. Trimbakshewar. The village of Trimbak, 36 kms from Nashik, is famous for the Trimbakeshwar Temple and as the source of the Godavari River. Trimbakeshwar enshrines one of the 12 jyotirlingas dedicated to Shiva and this one is considered to be the main jyotirlinga.
Legend has it that Guatam Rishi performed a rigorous ritual of prayer and penance or tapasya to Shiva on Brahmagiri Hill which rises above the present-day temple. Pleased with this devotion, Shiva is said to have blessed him and brought down to earth from heaven the sacred rivers of Ganga, Gautami and Godavari. At the Kushavarta Teertha, devotees usually dip themselves into the waters and purify themselves of all sins before entering the temple. To this day, Hindus offer shraad prayers (prayers for the souls of the departed) here. It is also believed that bathing in the waters of the Godavari will bring moksha or salvation.
Mondays are considered particularly holy and the priests carry the idol of Trimbakeshwar in a palanquin on their shoulders around the temple. The annual festival of Shivratri is also celebrated with great pomp and gaiety and attracts thousands of pilgrims from all over.
Bhima Shankar Bhimashankar in Maharashtra is an ancient shrine, enshrining Bhimashankara one of the 12 Jyotirlingas of Shiva. Bhimashankar is located in the village of Bhavagiri 50 km north west of Khed, near Pune. It is located 110 km away from Pune in the ghat region of the Sahyadri hills. Bhimashankar is also the source of the river Bhima, which flows south east and merges with the Krishna river near Raichur.
l .Grishneshwar :- Grishneshwar/ Grushneshwar Jyotirlinga is one of the 12 Jyotirlinga shrines mentioned in the Shiva Purana. Grishneshwar is believed as the Last or 12th (twelfth) Jyotirlinga on the earth. This pilgrimage site is located at a village called Verul which lies at a distance of 11 km from Daulatabad (Devagiri) and 30 km from Aurangabad. It lies at a close proximity to the Ellora caves.
m. Saptashrungi Devi Temple is a site of Hindu pilgrimage. The temple is also known popularly as one of the "three and half Shakti Peethas" of Maharashtra. The temple is also one among the 51 Shakti Peethas located on the Indian subcontinent and is a location where one of Sati's (first wife of Lord Shiva) limbs, her right arm is reported to have fallen.
n. Nandur Madhmeshwar Bird Sanctuary:- There are around 460 types of plants, out of which about 80 are aquatic plant species. The trees that are found on the edge of the lake are Babul, Neem, Tamarind, Jamun, Maharukh, Vilayati Chinch, Mango, Pangara, Nilgiri, and so on. The encompassing zones and somewhat submerged ranges are cultivated for wheat, Jowar, Sugarcane, Vegetables and so forth. here are more than 240 types of birds, out of which 80 are migratory species. The migratory flying birds found in this area are White Stork, Glossy Ibis, Spoonbills, Flamigo, Goose Brahminy Duck, Pintails, Mallard, Wigeon, Gargenery Shoveller, Pochardds, Cranes Shanks, Curlews, Pratincole Wagtails, Godwits, Weavers, and so on. The occupant feathered creatures incorporate Black Ibis, Spot Bills, Teals, Little Grabe, Cormorants, Egrets, Herons, Stork, Kites, Vultures, Buzzards, Harriers, Osprey, Quails, Patridges, Eagles, Water Hens, Sand Pipe, Swifts, Gray hornbill, Peafowl, and so on
o. Sulawineyard:- S ituated 180 km northeast of Mumbai, Nashik is India’s largest grape-growing region. Since its inception, Sula has rapidly established itself as India’s Leading Premium Wine Producer, helping spark a wine revolution that has seen consumption grow at 25% annually and several new wineries come up in the Nashik area. The winery and vineyards are open to the public for educational tours, and the beautiful Tasting Room invites visitors to enjoy their favourite Sula wines amidst spectacular views of the vineyards and surrounding lakes and hills. The nearby Sula amphitheatre is an impressive location for events and social gatherings and is available for bookings. Visitors can now spend a few nights in paradise at BEYOND, Sula’s new exclusive accommodation on the vineyards with a beautiful lake view. Other Attractions :- Saputara
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