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Nasik, famous as 'Wine Capital of India' or 'Wine City', is located in the state of Maharashtra, on the banks of the river Godavari. After Mumbai and Pune, Nasik is the most industrialised city of Maharashtra. Besides being a commercially advanced city, Nasik is a famous pilgrimage centre for Hindus and is visited by huge number of devotees every year.
The Kalaram Temple ranks high among sacred Nasik tourist places. The important thing to know about this temple is that the main statue of Lord Rama in the temple is black and that is why the temple is named as Kalaram. The shrine also features a black statue of Lord Hanuman along with beautiful statues of Lord Lakshmana and Goddess Sita.
During their sojourn, tourists can also visit the huge vineyards in the city. Nasik is one of the largest grape producers in India and its vineyards are counted among special Nasik attractions. There are few other places to see in and around the city of Nasik. Shirdi, extremely famous for the shrine dedicated to Shri Sai Baba, can be reached within a couple of hours. The Jain Mandir, Trimbakeshwar Shiva Temple, Kapileshwar Temple and Tapovan add to the religious essence of the city of Nasik and adjoining areas. The Pandavleni Caves, comprising approximately 25 Buddhist caves, are situated at a small distance from Nasik. Apart from the above-mentioned places, tourists can also explore the Nandur Madhmeshwar Bird Sanctuary which houses a large number of species of birds and animals.