Pandavleni Caves Nashik also known as “Trirashmi Caves“. These caves are the heritage tourist attraction of Nashik city. Nashik is a popular ancient city and also well-known as a “Kumbh City”. There are many religious places in Nashik. Pandavleni caves are also some of them. Whenever you are traveling towards Mumbai then at the end point of Nashik city you will see the small hill. These caves are present on the top of that hill. These caves are built on Himayana Buddhist culture. These caves are one of the most popular trekking attraction for trekkers. Indian government declared it as a heritage site.
Hello Travelers. In my previous post, I shared some of the awesome hill stations near Nashik. Hill stations are the perfect choice to spend a short vacation. But sometimes, when we have a small time to celebrate then we look for the nearest picnic spots to spend a couple of hours over there. Nashik is a small city but from past few years, it became one of the fastest growing city in India. The city contains the population of 20 lakh people and this population needs some places for refreshment and recreation. So for them today I am sharing the list of best picnic spot near Nashik.
“Saptashrungi Mata” also known as “Vani Devi” temple is one of the most visited religious tourist places In Nashik district. Nashik is the 3rd largest city in the Maharashtra state. This temple is located in the Nanduri village of Kalwan Taluka in Nashik district. Temple built in the range of 7 mountains. The name “Saptashrungi” came from these mountain peaks. In Sanskrit “Sapta” means 7 and “Shrungi” means mountain peak. Vani Devi is also known as a “Bramhaswarupini”, “Bhagvati”, “Mahalakshmi”, “Mahasaraswati” and “Mahakali”. According to Hindu mythology, it is considered as a half “Shaktipeeth”.