events in Nashik
Nashik is known for its numerous vineyards with the majority of domestic wines being produced here. Here is Collabo’s curated list of best things to do their this weekend.

 1. Baba Lagin

Unsensered Humor Co. presents a show where Bhadipa’s Trupti Khamkar humors you about how hopelessly single she is. The Tea Factory at College Road hosts this show. She is the  first ever Marathi female comic to perform one hour special.

 2. Kalsubai Trek


Kalsubai is a popular destination for every nature lover. Its summit situated at an elevation of 1646 metres is the highest point in Maharashtra. The mountain range lies within the Kalsubai Harishchandragad Wildlife Sanctuary. It is visited throughout the year by avid trekkers, Kalsubai temple devotees and wildlife enthusiasts alike.

 3. Wine tasting at Sula Vineyards

Sula Vineyards is a winery and vineyard located in Nashik. It will take you on a tour around their famous vineyards. During this tour, you will get to know about the significance of Sula, the different blends produced here, and the procedure of making them. Sula has expanded from its original 30 acre family estate in Nashik to approximately 1800 acres across Nashik and the state of Maharashtra over the years.

4. Kalaram Temple

Dedicated to Rama, the Kalaram temple is an ancient shrine in the Panchavathi area of Nashik city. The temple’s name originated from the fact that the colour of the statue of Lord Ram is black.  As per mythology, Ram, Laxman and Sita spent about one and half years of their vanvas here in panchavati. The statues of Ram and Sita are carved out of same type of stone.

 5. Harihargad Fort

This is a must trek for any trekking enthusiast. Located 3500 feet above sea level, the trek to Harihargad Fort takes you through the magical expanse of nature. It is an important fort in Nashik district, and was constructed to look upon the trade route through Gonda Ghat. It receives many visitors because of its peculiar rock-cut steps.

6. Trimbakeshwar Temple

Tryambakeshwar is an ancient Hindu temple in the town of Trimbak, Nashik. Counted as the holiest temple of India, the Trimbakeshwar Temple houses one of the most important twelve Jyotirlingas, a form of Lord Shiva. Amidst the hustling and bustling market of the town, the shikhara of the Trimbakeshwar Temple rises above and witnesses lakhs of devotees every year. The river Godavari adds to the beauty of the temple.

7. Pandavleni Caves

Pandavleni Caves, also known as the nasik caves is a collection of 24 caves. It was carved between the 1st century BCE and 3rd century CE, and additional caves were added till about 6th century. They traditionally represent the Hinayana tradition.  The location of the caves is a holy Buddhist site

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