Ramkund

Ramkund, Nashik

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Akshay Sharma
New Delhi, India8,984 contributions
Aug 2021
There are Sita Kund, Lakshman Kund and Ram kund located adjacent to each other near Ganga ghat - on the banks of river Godavari. Here the devotees take bath and offer prayers. This place though extremely religious is in utter chaos and need some order, planning and cleaning ofcourse.
Written September 5, 2021
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HONEY
Nanded, India105 contributions
Sep 2019 • Friends
It is located on godavari river.Every 12 years people gather here for kumbh mela.I request to all the visitors please don't pollute water and keep the place clean a much as possible.
Written June 23, 2020
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sanjayvora45
Ahmedabad, India617 contributions
Oct 2019
Ram Kund Ghat is the place where kumbh mela held every 12 years.

Ramkund is a sacred bathing ghat on the banks of river Godavari, and Lord Ram have taken bath here during his 14 years exile period.

Basically it is a small pond and triveni sangam of three river - Varuni, Tharuni and Godavari. Water is stagnant and dirty as lots of people taking holy dip in the pond.
Written May 31, 2020
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lotusdiamond
Chandigarh, India1,231 contributions
Jan 2020
Kumbh mela is held at this place every 12 years is the sangam of three rivers. Actually it is small pond not much of water during summers. Located in the heart of the city is very famous and religious place. Always heavily crowded with not much of facilities and not very maintained area. Ram kund is the sacred tank and lot of beliefs associated with it.
Written April 29, 2020
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Arun K
Nagpur District, India2,864 contributions
Jan 2020
Ram Kund Ghat , located along the bank of Godavari River, is an important place in the Panchavati area in Nashik. Ram Kund is the sacred tank, where believers gather to immerse the remains of the dead souls for their salvation, just like Lord Rama himself did for his father. He also took bath here during exile.
It contains the bone dissolving Asthivilaya Tirth. which was built by a landholder of Satara in late sixteenth century & was subsequently repaired by fourth Peshva. Hindus believe a dip in this tank will wash away their sins, and thus flock here in crowds, especially during the Kumbh Mela. It attracts both pilgrims and tourists of the entire world.
Written April 26, 2020
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Nish0901
New Delhi, India1,147 contributions
Feb 2020
Ramkund is considered holy place in Nashik. A small water pond is actually connected with River Godavari. Because of small connection, the water is relatively stagnant. A lot of people take a holy dip here.
Written February 28, 2020
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Schanbis
Ottawa, Canada64 contributions
Jan 2020
This is the famous confluence of the three rivers Aruna, Baruna and Godavari, where Ramkund Kumbha Mela is held every twelve years. The next fair will be held in 2027. While in Nashik, make sure to visit this place.
Written February 28, 2020
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Sachin Shah
Vadodara, India582 contributions
Jan 2020 • Family
It’s old and holy place in nashik. Mainly it’s situated in river Godavari. It’s is crowded place. Little dirty
Written January 21, 2020
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rathod2017
Bharuch, India888 contributions
Feb 2019
Ramkund is located in NAshik. best time to visit this holy place is evening time. the view from there is so amazing. Kumbh mela takes place here.
Written January 17, 2020
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Baggi Aswani
Mumbai, India8 contributions
Dec 2019
Its worth one time visit. Though the management is turning nelsons eye on the condition of the water that is supposed to be holy. I wonder who would take the responsibility to ensure water is clean.
Written January 13, 2020
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