Nashik is an ideal place for those who seek for a mixture of different industrial visit experience ranging from Auto manufacturer to Wine yards. There are 6 MIDC and 10 Co-operative Industrial Estates. A separate Co-operative Industrial Estate for woman has also been established. The Associations of Industrialists are very active. They help to solve the problems of the industrialist with positive approach. The Nashik Industries and Manufacturers’ Association (NIMA) is organising an Exhibition on big scale regularly. Major includes HAL, Bosch India, Mahindra and Mahindra, CEAT, Thyssen Krupp, Samsonite, Atlas Copco, Crompton Greaves, ABB, GlaxoSmithKline,Cipla, Glenmark pharmaceuticals L&T, Schneider Electric, Jindal Steel,Garware,Lear Corporation,Excello India, Kirloskar, IBP, Coca Cola, Siemens, EATON, Hindustan National Glass Ltd. locally established wine brands such as “Sula” and “Zampa” have attained international acclaim.
The richness of India’s spiritual traditions finds its fullest expression in Nashik, one of India’s holiest cities. Since ancient times, the place has been the focal point of devotion and spiritual yearnings for Hindus. Every 12 years,it plays host to the mega KumbhMelathat attracts millions of pilgrims.It is said that Lord Rama, hero of the epic Ramayana, spent the major part of his exile here.
Situated on the banks of Godavari, Nashik is used by the visitors as a starting point to the pilgrim destinations ofTrimbak and Shirdi, famous for their association with the renowned Saint ShriSai Baba.
Sights to See
Anjneri’sclaim to fame lies in being the birthplace of Lord Hanuman, according to legend. Presence of a number of Jain temples goes on to prove that the area was once under the influence of Jainism
It is a unique temple depicting all the important Hindu pilgrim centres in India including 12 Jyotirlingas. Made of pink marble from Makrana in Rajastan, the temple is a prime attraction in Nashik.
KalaramMandir is another religious highlight of Nashik. Located in the Panchavati area of the city, the shrine is extremely important regarding Hinduism and keeps on being an important place for pilgrims.
This dam on Godavari River is visited for its serene environs.
Located 3 km away from Deolali Camp and 17 km from Nashik road, Bhagur is the birth place of the renowned nationalist and freedom fighterSwatantrya Veer Savarkar.A beautiful temple dedicated to Bhagur Devi attracts devotees in a substantial number.
The museum is a treasure trove of researched and well-documented history of Indian currency. Also included in the collections are photographs, articles, line drawings, replica, real coins and also a detailed analysis of the various currency systems that existed in the India from centuries together.
Founded by K. C.Pandey, this museum in Nashik is famous for zeolites. A zeolite is an ethereal creation of breath-taking colour and fragile structure formed as the result of a process in which a group of silicate minerals expel water when heated. This rare museum is a worth visiting place of the state.
Naroshankar Temple, Panchavati, the SitaGumpha and PandavLeni are the other places of interest in Nashik
- Coca Cola
- Sula Wineyards
- Mahindra & Mahindra
And many More Industries for more information see state wise list of Industries
Igatpuri (45 km):
Located in the Western Ghats at an altitude of 1,923 feet, this is a small hill station known for its pleasant climate and an ideal place to visit in the monsoons when it comes alive due to its greenery and several waterfalls. Igatpuri is also famous for the Vipassana International Academy, which conducts courses in meditation. The sights of Igatpuri includeTringalwadi Fort and a beautiful lake that allure a great number of trekkers during the monsoons.
Trimbakeshwar (29 km):
A sacred place for Hindus it is home to one of the 12 Jyotirlingas in India, The place attracts visitors in great number.
Nandur Madhmeshwar (60 km):
Located in the NipadTaluka of Nashik District, this sanctuary is a haven for migratory birds that come here for breeding between October and March. An important wetland with 23 lakes and tiny ponds, the sanctuary is known for the avian population including the osprey, flamingos. Otter and fishing cat are also found here.
Bhandardara (Wilson Dam) (69 km):
Bhandardara is a beautiful holiday spot. Places of interest include the Umbrella Falls, Wilson Dam, Lake Arthur where boating facilities are available, the Randha Falls, Amriteshwar Temple, Ratangarh fort and Mount Kalsubai, the highest peak in the Sahyadri Range.
Shirdi (119 km):
Shirdiis famed all over India on account of its association with the renowned Saint ShriSai Baba. The mortal remains of Sri Sai Baba are buried here; a life size marble statue was installed by the side of the samadhi in 1954.ShaniShingnapur 80 km from Shirdi is famous for the venerated Shani shrine.
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- 119 km from Shirdi
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