Panchvati

Panchvati is situated on the left banks of sacred river Godavari in Nashik city.

Close to Kalaram temple there are some very old and lofty banyan trees which are believed to be sprung from five banyans which gave its name to Panchvati.The name ‘Panchvati’ is derived from the words Panch which means five and Vati which means banyan tree. This is the site where Sita Gumph or Sita’s Cave is situated . Kalaram temple , Kapaleshwar temple, Ganga Godavari temple, Sunder Narayan temple, Talkuteshwar temple,temple, NilkantheshwarGoraram mandir Murlidhar Mandir,Tilbhandeshwar mandir, Balaji temple, Sandvyachi devi temple, Vitthal temple, Pataleshwar temple,Naroshankar temple, Ramkund, Karthikswami temple,Dutondya maruti , Katya maruti temple, Panchmukhi Hanuman temple , Bhadrakali temple,Katpurthala monuments are located in and around Panchavati area.Nashik has earned name of the Banaras of western India due to large no of temples.

  • Panchvati Dham Nashik
    Panchvati
  • Sita Cave outer
    Panchvati
  • Panchvati Sita cave
    Panchvati
  • Panchvati Dham Nashik
  • Sita Cave outer
  • Panchvati Sita cave

How to Reach:

By Air

Nearest Airport is Mumbai 180 Kms

By Train

Nearest Railway Station is Nashik Road which is approx 10 Kms away.

By Road

Nashik is well connected by Road and is 3 Kms from Nashik Central Bus Stand

Stay

Private Hotels and Dharmashala are available nearby