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Having had the experience to almost all sacred rivers from the Bhagirathi at Gangotri, the Ganga at Haridwar, Shipra at Ujjain,Triveni sangam at Prayag-Allahabad,5 ghats of Benares,Hot Kunda of Yamunotri and Badrinath,the tala Kaveri kind at madikere,Narmada at the Banks of Omkareshwar,Brahmaputra at Guwahati, Sindhu...More
The sprawling ghats along the Godavari have great potential to be developed into an enchanting place but the present state of affairs is saddening and repulsive. There is filth everywhere and free for all, with vehicles allowed to be driven right till the river banks...More
It’s better to check the time when you plan to visit. I had visited two times to this place. In April 2015 and September 2018. April 2015 visit was awesome as Area was full of water in morning and nice place to spend time in...More
I frequently visit to Ramkund, which holy religious place in Nashik on the bank of Godavari river, you can find ramkund, seetakund & laxmankund.. It's belied that Lord Ram used to bath there so people use bath in ramkund.
The place situated on the stream of Godavari river at the center of Nasik city. This is one of the four place where 'Kumbh', the sacred bath as per hindu cult, occurred every twelfth year. Also, as per myth, lord Rama spent a part of...More
This is situated on the banks of Godavari ,flowing in from Trimbakeshwar . Very auspicious to take bath here during Ardh Kumbha etc. The Kapileshwara temple is situated right in front . It's the gateway to Panchvati and Tapovan
This place reminded me of Har-ki Pauri of Haridwar. Serine and sublime. Godavari flows with her full force though the ghats here. Lot of temples encompass this area. Take a holy dip here. Visit the temples, float flower filled diya into the river. Lot of...More
Ramkund is a sacred tank located next to Ganga Ghat in the Panchvati area of Nashik. It is on the banks of the River Godavari which passes through the centre of the holy town of Nashik in Maharashtra.
It is supposed to be a very...More