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Nasik, City Centre intro. Nasik, located in the Western Ghats on the Deccan Plateau in Maharashtra State, is known as the city of wine and pilgrimage as well as for its massive newly-constructed City Centre Mall, one of the three largest shopping complexes in the entire sub-continent. Its picturesque surroundings include the valley of the Godavari River, which flows through the city. With a population of around two million, Nasik is also famous as one of the holiest Hindu cities on the planet as well as for its vineyards. The city centre is packed with newly developed multiplexes, malls, infrastructure and educational buildings as well as Nasik City Centre hotels serving business travellers and tourists. The river here is a centre for pilgrims from all over India as it is considered sacred, with bathing in its waters reputed to cure many illnesses and give good fortune. The most famous temple is Godavari, opened for 13 months to worshippers only once every 12 years during the Kumbhameal Festival. Many other superb temples are scattered around the city centre and its surrounding districts.
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