Shirdi - Nashik - Trimbakeshwar Tours / Puja

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Shri Kalaram Mandir : is the main temple of Nashik city. This temple was built by Rangarao Odhekar Sardar of Peshwas in 12 years (1780 - 1792) and 23 lakh rupees at that time. The temple is 70 feet in height. It was built with black stone from the mines of Ramsej Hill near Nashik.

Kalaram mandir


Gangaghat : This Ghat is built by Ahilyabai Holkar. There are number of temples and holy Ramkund here. It is very pleasing experience to visit this.




Ramkund : This is a holy place on Godavari river in Nashik. It is believed that Rama and Sita used to bath here during their exile. This holy kund was built in 1696 by Chitrarao Khatarkar.




Naroshankar Mandir : Situated on Ganga Ghat, Naroshankar Temple of Rameshwar is built in 1747 by Naroshankar Rajebahaddur Sardar of Bajirao Peshwa. It is one of the most beautiful pieces of architecture of the 18th century. The famous bell, called "Naroshankar Bell" is fitted in surrounding fortification. The bell is a victory memorial over Portuguese. At the time of floods the bell used to jingle every loudly.




Sundar Narayan Mandir : This is one of the oldest temples situated near Ganga Ghat. Gangadhar Yashwant Chandrachud built it in 1756. Fine design is carved on the stones of the temple. The main deity is of Lord Vishnu - alias Narayana along with Laxmi and Saraswati. The temple is built in such an angle that on 20th and 21st March sun rays at sunrise fall exactly upon the Sundarnarayan idol.




Kapaleshwar Mandir : This is one of the prominent old temple in Nashik near Ganga Ghat, built in 1763 by Jagjivanram Pawar.

Sita Gupha : is next to Kalaram Mandir. Sita dwelled at this place and Ravan abducted her from here. The Shiv Linga she worshiped is here. In Gupha there are idols of Ram, Sita & Laxman. Outside there are five Vad (Banyan) trees so This area is called as Panchavati.

Tapovan : Ram, Laxman and Sita lived here during their Exile ( Vanvas ). Laxman cut off the nose of domen Surphanaka in this area. There are many famous temples here.

Muktidham : This famous temple is located near Nashik Railway Station. The Muktidham Temple is built in pure white marble. Unique to this temple are the 18 chapters of the Gita written on the walls. A visit to this temple by Hindus is considered as a visit to the four dhams or holy centres.




Veer Savarkar Smarak - Bhagur : Bhagur is the birth place of freedom fighter Swatantraveer Savarkar. The Savarkar residence is converted in Smarak. It is around 12 km from Railway Station.

Deolali : Small hill station near Nasik Railway Station. It is famous for various health sanatoriums, old bungalows and Khandobachi tekadi. Deolali also have a Military camp and Artillery Museum.

Pandav Leni : These caves are around 2000 years old. There are 24 caves, some caves are intricately connected by stone-cut ladders that join them to the other caves. There are sculptures of the Buddha and bodhisattvas as well. Some of the caves are large and contain numerous chambers - these rock-cut caves served as a viharas or monasteries for the disciples to meet and hear sermons.



Dadasaheb Phalake Smarak : It is outstanding attraction in Nashik dedicated to one of the most cherished son of Nashik who gave India its first feature film "Raja Harish Chandra". The museum exhibits his artwork, there is also a beautifully decorated garden.


Gangapur : is the western part of Nashik city. This area is very popular for pleasing nature, Gangapur Dam, Godavari River and following temples / tourist places here




Someshwar Mandir : Someshwar is one of the famous temples in Nashik situated on the banks of Godavari river in Gangapur. This is very popular religious & pleasing tourist place. There is a boating
in Godavari river.




Balaji Mandir : is also one of the famous temples in Nashik situated on the banks of Godavari river in Gangapur. Nearby there is a famous Dudhsagar waterfall on Godavari River.

Navashya Ganapati Mandir : The temple was build in mid 17th century by Peshwas. It has a long history of more than 300 years. It is located on the banks on Godavari river. The temple is so holy and serene that just being in the visit of the temple brings you a great joy and clamness on mind. The temple is famous for being very 'Jagrut Devasthan' and devotees wishes are fulfilled and hence got the name Navashya Ganapati. The idol & temple is very beautiful.

Grape Farms and Wineries : Nashik is famous for its grapes and wines. Near Gangapur area there are many grape farms and famous wineries Sula Wine Yard, York Winery, Soma Wine Village.


Trimbakeshwar Mandir : Trimbakeshwar enshrines one of the twelve jyotirlingas dedicated to Shiva The temple is very attractive and nearly hundred feet high. It is built by Peshwas. The major PoojasNarayan Nagbali, Tripindi and Kalsarpa done only at Trimbakeshwar.



Kushavart : There is tale that Gautam Rishi has stopped river here & taken bath. At the bottom of this kund there are water springs. This kund is built in 1750. It is 21 feet deep. There is tradition to take bath in this kund before going in Trimbakeshwar temple.

Coin Museum : is located on the Trimbakeshwar Road. The museum has a fine collection of research and well-documented history of Indian currencies. Coin museum gives a vast idea of the Indian coinage from the earliest period to the modern times with the help of coins, moulds, dyes, replicas, photographs, and write-ups

Gangadwar and Brahmagiri Hills : On top of this hill there is a Brahmagiri from where the sacred Godavari river starts and then comes at the Gangadwar. There are temples at both places on this hill.




Anjaneri Hill : Anjaneri, around 20 km from Nasik, near Trimbak, is the birthplace of Hanuman. A temple dedicated to Anjani, mother of Hanuman is on the hill top. The place is surrounded by mountainranges, forests and green landscapes




Saptashringi Devi Temple : This one of the Shaktipeeth of Devi is around 70 kms from Nashik at Vani via Dindori rd. As you approach the temple a large rocky hill greets you. This is Saptashringi Hill. The goddess is known to have possessed 18 weapons in 18 hands and is positioned ready to fight the demons.




Nandur Madhyameshwar Dam : Situated 45 kms from Nashik via Aurangabad Rd. is a bird-lover's paradise, wonderful bird sanctuary. In Nandurmadhmeshwar thousands of beautiful migratory birds comes in winter season - October to March.




Gondeshwar Mandir, Sinnar : It is located on Nashik - Shirdi road The Gondeshwar temple is a very beautiful temple built in the Hemadpanthi style of Architechture. One of the pradhans (minister) of Ahmednagar – Adilshahi was Hemadpanth who popularised a typical style of construction using locally available black stone and lime.




Gargoti Museum, Sinnar : displays the mineral treasures of the earth like rocks, minerals and crystals varying in nature, shape, colorand application. So whenever you come to Nashik do not miss thechance to see the wonderful museum.

Saibaba Mandir, Shirdi : This mysterious Fakir first made his appearance in Shirdi as a youth and remained there throughout his long life. He transformed the lives of those who met him and continuously is doing so even after his Samadhi in 1918.


Saibaba Shirdi


Forts Near Nashik : In Maharashtra the history of Shivaji Maharaj and his forts is alwaysinspiring. These forts were the base of the Maratha Empire and each fort has a great history. The forts near Nashik .
Ramshej Killa is 12 km from Nashik on Peith Highway
Harihar Killa is 6 km from Trimbakeshwar .
Patta Killa ( Vishram Gadh ) is 35 km from Sinnar
Hatgad Killa is 90 km from Nashik near Saputara Hill Station

Forts Near Nashik


Bhandardara Dam : Bhandardara dam is on the Pravara River & is around 70 km from Nashik via Mumbai Rd. This area is a blend of natural beauty, waterfalls, mountains, tranquility, forest, and pristine ambiance. The Bhandardara Lake, Umbrella and the Randha falls are major tourist attractions. The famous Kalsubai Peak, Ratangad, Sandan Valley, Amruteshwar Mandir, Kapildhara Tirth - Kavnai and Taked are near by.