Trimbakeshwar & Sula vineyard

Tripoto
Photo of Trimbakeshwar & Sula vineyard 1/11 by Abhimanyu - @yatripandit
Lake Vaitarna
Photo of Trimbakeshwar & Sula vineyard 2/11 by Abhimanyu - @yatripandit
Ladhak of Maharashtra
Photo of Trimbakeshwar & Sula vineyard 3/11 by Abhimanyu - @yatripandit
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Origin of River Godavari
Photo of Trimbakeshwar & Sula vineyard 10/11 by Abhimanyu - @yatripandit
Trimbakeshwar Temple

It was our 1st road trip in my new I-10. We started off early and straight hit the Nasik highway from Ghansoli. 1st haul taken after about an hour for breakfast (vada pav and Chai) on a roadside Tapri. The taste was good as the vada’s were served to our plates straight from kadhai.

While on the way to Trimbakeshwar temple near Nashik, we saw a huge water body and were fascinated to go there. It was Lake Vaitarna, serene and a landscape worth capturing.

We left for the ancient temple of lord Shiva again, which is of great mythological importance and 1 of the 12 Jyotirlingas. Kusavarta, a kunda (sacred pond) in the temple premises is the source of the Godavari River, the longest river in peninsular India. The current temple was built by Peshwa Balaji Baji Rao (Nanasaheb). Finding a parking space close to temple entrance was a tough task as it was a weekend. After reaching the temple gate we found out that the entry was closed as it was already too crowded. Then 1 of our hyper exited friend went on a pass search mission and came back victorious. There we were in the queue for darshan and came out in about hours time. The temple is made of black stones.

Our next destination was Sula vineyards in Nasik. After entering this place you will feel as if you have reached some vineyards in Switzerland. Widespread grape farms and breeze rustling through the leaves will leave you mesmerised. Hurry up and register for the next wine tasting tour, which allows you to see the wine manufacturing process and also taste some of the finest wines produced in the Indian sub-continent. White harvest and Dindori are must haves. Also they have an excellent restaurant serving stuff with cheese as a prime ingredient because as they say, wine tastes best with cheese.

Sula vineyard also provides staying options but being frugal we did not opt for it. Sula fest is an annual music fest and a must visit.

Photo of Trimbakeshwar & Sula vineyard 11/11 by Abhimanyu - @yatripandit

While returning back we had enjoyed a tasty Maharashtrian meal comprising of bhakri, pithla, dal, jwari, kadhi and bhaat.

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