I think art is the best thing to reduce your stress (especially when you travel in some old bus for more than 8 hours), and Nashik's people know how to stress out the person, and it's actually feeling good when you put your foot out of the bus and you see some really good street art, it feels refreshing.
Nashik bus station
At Saptashrungi city
Try to take full pic of the Saptashrungi temple
The Saptashrungi city from the temple site
I don't know if I am right or wrong but as I see From this view, this mountain looks like a giant elephant and the temple is on its one side
Some of the great thing of Maharashtra - some really good mountain in mostly cities
Another glimpse of the city - and as I observed there are many cities of Maharashtra are surrounded by mountains. And may be that's the reason that the forts are not easy to win in a straight war.
At trimbak city
View from the Brahmgiri mountain
Someone said that nature is the best artist , and I can see why - one of the best view of Brahmgiri mountain
The mesmerizing view from the Brahmgiri mountain
I don't know this person, but he is trying to feeding this monkey, and look how hungry the monkey is, but they don't harm you until you do any mistake(there are too many monkeys are in this mountain)
I actually want to go for night camping on this mountain, it's one of my dream - "to sit in this beautiful place and feel free, listen some good music, a cup of tea and a night full of stars." oh yeah, I will definitely do this one day.
Another great view from Brahmgiri mountain
One of the twelve Jyotirlingas - Trimbakeshwar temple
Har har Mahadev
Igatpuri - the best time to visit this city is August to October, because there are rainy season in this months. And there are many good natural waterfall and some great views are created by nature
The morning with the mountains - Igatpuri
Another morning view of Igatpuri
One of the largest meditation center in the world - Dhamma giri vipassana meditation center, and at the entrance there are Myanmar gate, Golden pagoda
There is a large Ashoka stambha on the left side in this meditation center.