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two gold trinkets placed one above the other

Nashik is well known for its retail areas and is a jackpot for compulsive buyers. A variety of goods are available, ranging from handicrafts, silverware, and trinkets to antique copper artefacts and brass statues.

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The city of Nashik, which is a part of the Maharashtra state, is well-known for its mythical and historical significance. This city's name has a particular meaning as well. According to Hindu mythology, this is the same location where Lord Laxman cut Surpanakha's nose.
 

Lot of lit diyas amidst the night

The lights that guide every goal and the prayers that enlighten every soul, Diwali, is a carnival that dominates light over darkness.

Misal Pav at Kamfotel Hotel Nashik

Try all the lip-smacking delicacies near our hotel in Nashik.

Lit diyas at Shri Kalaram Temple

Nashik is one of the holy places in India where the extravagant Kumbha Mela held. Lord Rama along with wife Sita and brother Laxman settled down in Nashik for the major time of their "Vanwasa".

Kalaram Mandir Nashik

The temple trail of Nashik is a set of must visit pilgrimage locations for tourists and corporate guests visiting the city of Nashik.

Lit diyas at Shri Kalaram Temple

Kamfotel Hotel Nashik, holds a special importance to the thousands of pilgrims who take the Pune- Nashik Highway towards the many famous temples nearby Nashik.

stalls of colourful clothes and accessories in a market in Nashik

There are amazing places for street shopping in the wine capital of India. We have listed a few of these places where you can buy amazing stuff at affordable prices. Add a souvenir to your luggage to keep memories of this trip forever.

Pandavleni Caves near Nasik

Pandavleni Caves also, known as the Nashik Caves, is one of the most iconic tourist spots in Nashik. Here is a complete guide for you, in case you are planning to visit the Pandavleni Caves.

cliff overlooking a lush valley

Nashik, a sacred and historic city in the Indian state of Maharashtra, has ties to the epic Ramayana. Devotees travel in large numbers to seek blessings at the various holy sites scattered around the city.