Nashik known as one of the hindu pilgrimage sites, is the 4th largest city of Maharashtra situated on the banks of Godavari river in Maharashtra, India. Nashik, located 190 km north from Mumbai is famous for the grape vineyards and the table grapes. The area widespreads to 2,681 sq.km. with population of 1,486,053. The city’s tropical location and altitude results in mild version of wet and dry climate.
The culture of Nashik involves the Kumbh Mela and Pandavleni caves are main tourist attraction along with many ancient temples, dams, waterfall, wine industry and vineyards.Looking into property in Nashik the rates of residencial property are in few lacs. The Municipal corporation has made it necessary for new real estate construction to install systems that are used for RainWater Harvesting. Nashik has the sister city relation with Budapest, Hungary.
Connectivity: Nashik has its domestic airport at Ozar that connects to Mumbai, Pune and Delhi, sooner will be connected to Ahemdabad and Bengaluru. Old Airport at Gandhinagar now serves for military. Nashik Road Railway Station is the main railway station that connects to Nashik city and has been awarded as the 6th cleanest railway station by Indian Railway. The city will soon have metro project constructed. The roads serves for public transport mainly and connects to other parts of state and city. The city is gaining profit because of several BPO and IT Park also including Manufacturing activities in companies such as CEAT, GlaxoSmithKline, Crompton Greaves and so on.
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