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Its the place of importance for us Hindus, but the water is so dirty and filth all around, you don't feel like touching the water. The Kumbh mela is also organised at this place so some cleanliness is required as many devotees come to this...More
Nashik is one of the 4 holy cities of India, the most important being Varanasi. Millions of people gather here celebrating the Kumbh Mela festival, the latest was in 2016 and the next one will be in 2028.
Nashik reminds o e immediately of Varanasi...More
River should keep clean.. less river water (not much flow), people bathing there, washing clothes there, doing pooja for their ancestorals and throwing flowers, fruits and other offering in the river. City municipal corporation should take care of this as this is holy place and...More
- Street shopping available here.
- Clean place.
- Once visits this place when coming to the Nashik city.
- Deviational place lots of temples here, it very nice and clean.
- The boating is available here.
- Go with family friends.
Ganga Ghat is situated in the Panchvati area of Nashik. It is actually on the banks of the River Godavari which passes through the centre of the holy town of Nashik in Maharashtra, but the local people refer to it as their Ganga (Mother Goddess)....More
The location is well known due the RamKunda / Sita Kunda and Laxman Kunda. It is said that Shri Prabhu Ramchandra use to come here for bathing during their stay in Panchavati. The Ramkunda is a place where the residual bones after funeral of dead...More
A place surrounded by ancient temples and bounded by rules. I can see lots of improvement in the system. This is a place where you will find people selling old coins and some good artifacts. Wide open space with multiple activities makes this space unique.