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Nashik is an ancient city situated on the banks of the Godayari River in the Western Ghats. It is a holy temple city and serves as a gateway to the important pilgrim destinations of Trimbak and Shirdi. Nashik is the place where Lord Rama spent 14 years of his exile. It is a popular pilgrimage destination and one of the four locations of the Kumbha Mela festival (Hindu pilgrimage gathering). The town is also known for its vineyards and production of wine. Nashik is often referred to as the Wine Capital of India. During harvest season (January to March), some wineries organise grape crushing.
Major tourist sites in and around Nashik: Muktidham Temple, Kalaram Mandir, Anjneri, Gangapur Dam, Tapovan, Ramkund, Someshwar Temple, Ved Temple, Coin Museum, Gargoti Museum, etc.

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