Nasik Tourism & Travel Guide

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Pandavleni Caves

The Buddhist caves of Pandav Leni (also known as Trirashmi Caves) are a group of 24 caves which were carved between the 3rd century BC and the 2nd century AD. Located about 8km south of Nasik along the Mumbai road, the caves of Pandave Leni bear animal figures and dice boards engraved into the stone floors by resident monks.
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Panchavati

Nasik is actually the modern name for Panchvati. Visit the Kala Ram Mandir which is one of the most famous temples in Panchavati. Among other places, you could visit the Sita Gufa (The Cave of Sita) and Kapaleshwar Mandir.
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About Nasik

Known as India's Vineyard, Nashik has many wineries that you can tour, eat at and visit. York, Sula and Soma Vineyards are the ones that are open to tourists. In fact, if wine tasting manages to bore you somehow, you can always check out the stunning Pandavleni Caves in Nashik.
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