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Mumbai to Nashik Excursion Visit to Caves & Temple
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Mumbai to Nashik Excursion Visit to Caves & Temple
Full day excursion visit to Nashik include the visit of all major attraction of the city with private transfer and accompanied English speaking guide from Mumbai. Nashik - 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. It is said that Lord Rama, spent a major part of his exile in the city of Nashik.
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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,
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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
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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.
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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.
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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.
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