Regenta Resort Soma Vine Village, Nashik

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Things To DoNashik has held a significant place in the mythological history of India with the characters of the great Indian epic, Ramayana, believed to have stayed in the town. Nashik is also one of the four destinations for the famous Kumbh Mela, and holds an important place in the cultural history of the country. Today, it is known as the wine capital of India and houses 22 wineries in the city. With several historical places and festivals to attend, you can explore the city while you stay at the resort.

Khandoba Temple

Khandoba Temple - 16. 9 KM

This temple is situated on a small hill in Deolali Cantonment area. Shri Khandoba Maharaj is an incarnation of Lord Shiva and this temple, dedicated to him, is reportedly over 500 years old. It is believed that Lord Shiva once relaxed on this hill and hence this temple is called 'Vishramgadh'. The hill is popularly known as Khandobachi Tekadi.

Shree Kalaram Mandir

Shree Kalaram Mandir - 17.5 KM

Situated within the Panchvati area of Nashik, Shree Kalaram temple stands on the spot where, as legend has it, Lord Rama lived during his exile. It was built in 1782 by Sardar Rangrao Odhekar on the site of an old wooden temple. You can avail buses and auto rickshaws from various corners of the city to reach the temple.