The richness of spirituality in Indian traditions finds its fullest expression in Nashik. Located in the northern state of Maharashtra, Nashik is known for its inherent cultural value and historical significance. It is said that Lord Rama, spent a major part of his exile in the city of Nashik. Every 12 years, it hosts the mega Kumbh Mela that attracts millions of pilgrims as well as travellers. Nashik is the starting point to the pilgrim towns of Trimbakeshwar and Shirdi, famous for their association with the renowned Saint Shri Sai Baba.
One of the most popular destinations known for its association with the epic �Ramayana�, Nashik not only has an ethereal and spiritual quality, but is also a touch point for tourists who wish to explore its vibrant culture and traditional ethos. Located in north-west Maharashtra, 171 km from Mumbai and 210 km from Pune, Nashik is the third-largest city in the state after Mumbai and Pune.
Mumbai (171 km) is the nearest airport, connected by flights from most cities in India and the world.
Nashik Road is the nearest railhead, well connected with several important cities in India. There are many trains from Mumbai to Nashik and superfast train takes 3.5 hours to reach Nashik Road.
Nashik is connected by roads & good highways to all important places in India. From Expressway to state/private transport buses all are in service to connect various cities and towns close to Nashik.
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