The silverware articles of Nashik are very famous; the Sarafa Bazaar area is a good place to shop for it. The traditional Akashandil, lanterns used during the festival of Diwali are manufactured here from recyclable material. The food of Nashik has the influence of nearby states of Gujrat, Rajasthan on the Maharashtrian food preparations giving it a distinct flavour.
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Nashik has an array of treks that take you though dense wilderness and open up a bird’s eye view of the city and the surrounding hills.
Holiday in Nashik and discover the beauty engraved in its ghats and the beautiful temples surrounding them.
Delve into the customs and festivals of Nashik that celebrate living. Here is our pick of the celebrations you should be a part of.
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