Trimbakeshwar going student can have industrial visit in and around Nashik. Nashik is an ideal place for those who seek for a mixture of different industrial visit experience ranging from Auto manufacturer to Wine yards.
Major companies in Nashik 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.

Located in Trimbak village in the Nashik district of Maharashtra, Trimbakeshwar Temple enshrines one of the 12 Jyotirlingas dedicated to Shiva. Built in the Indo Aryan style, the temple is surrounded by a massive stone wall. A unique feature of the Trimbakeshwar Jyotirlinga is its three faces embodying Lord Brahma, Lord Vishnu and Lord Rudra.

Mondays are considered particularly holy and the priests carry the idol of Trimbakeshwar in a palanquin on their shoulders around the temple. The annual festival of Shivratri is also celebrated with great pomp and gaiety and attracts thousands of pilgrims from different parts. Every 12 years Trimbakeshwar, also spelt Tryambakeshwar, plays host to the mega Kumbh Mela that attracts millions of pilgrims.

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Legend has it that Guatam Rishi performed a rigorous ritual of prayer and penance or tapasya to Shiva on Brahmagiri Hill which rises above the present-day temple. Pleased with this devotion, Shiva is said to have blessed him and brought down to earth from heaven the sacred rivers of Ganga, Gautami and Godavari.

At the Kushavarta Teertha, devotees usually dip themselves into the waters and purify themselves of all sins before entering the temple. To this day, Hindus offer shraad prayers (prayers for the souls of the departed) here. It is also believed that bathing in the waters of the Godavari will bring moksha or salvation.


Situated on the Nasik-Trimbakeshwar road, the place is famous for being the birthplace of Lord Hanuman. Presence of a number of Jain temples goes on to prove that the area was once under the influence of Jainism.

A picturesque hill station in the district of Nashik, it is home to various military establishments including the Artillery Training School.



  • HAL
  • CEAT

And many More Industries for more information see state wise list of Industries

Located in the Western Ghats at an altitude of 1923 feet, it 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 include Tringalwadi Fort and a beautiful lake that allure a great number of trekkers during the monsoons.

In Ahmednagar district, Shirdi has become famous all over India on account of its association with the renowned Saint Shri Sai 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. Shani Shingnapur 80 km from Shirdi is famous for the venerated Shani shrine.

How would you like to travel?

Mumbai is the nearest airport connected by flights from major cities of India and the world.
Nashik Road is the nearest railhead connecting several important cities in India.
Motorable roads connect Triambakeshwar with Mumbai.
Trimbakeshwar is:
  • 29 km from Nashik
  • 184km from Mumbai
  • 210 km from Pune

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