FM Radio Stations :
There are 3 FM Radio Stations in Nashik. All India Radio's Akaswani is aired on FM 101.4 MHz and Radio Mirchi & Superhits SFM are on 98.3 and 93.5 FM and 92.7 (Big FM), and 101.4 (Fever FM) respectively.
Print Media :
Newspapers-Gavkari, Deshdoot, Lokmat, Sakal
Godavari River Ghats, as seen through an arch of the Victoria bridge.
Nashik has been on the tourist map of India especially Hindu religious tourism because of the legend that Lord Rama lived here during his exile. Gangapur Road, College Road and Trimbak Road form the lifelines of the suburbs. For many, Nashik is just a pit-stop en route to Shirdi or Trimbakeshwar. If one decides to stop and look around the city and its outskirts, there's plenty to see. The Gangapur Dam is a beautiful site. The Dudhsagar Fall near the village of Gangapur is worth a look in the rains. A few kilometers away from Gangapur village is a Stone Age site. On the road to Trimbakeshwar is the state's only Museum of Numismatics. Anjaneri Parvat near Trimbakeshwar is well known for waterfalls during monsoon season. Pandav Caves, the 4th Century BC caves of Buddhist origin, a Bird Sanctuary "Nandur-Madhyameshwar" popularly know as "Bharatpur of Maharashtra", which was started in 1950s, is a little ways from the city and is a mesmerizing place for nature and bird lovers.
Shopping and Retail :
Retail Shopping Malls in Nashik
The Nasik City Centre (Largest in Asia ).
The Zone (Big Bazaar), College Road
Big Bazaar, Nashik Road
SK Mall (College Road)
Pinnacle Mall (Golf Club)
Vishal Mega Mart (Bombay Naka)
Nashik Central at Trimbak Naka
R L Mall(Rajmal Lakhichand) (under construction) with 4 star hotel
East End [ Mumbai-Agra Highway]
Mall by Western India Properties at Satpur (on hold)
Mall by Raheja in Amabad MIDC (on hold)
Suyojit Mall one each in Shikhare wadi (6 lakh sq.ft)& Mumbai Naka (10 lakh sq.ft)
Kakade Magnum Mall (proposed)
Prozone Mall (proposed)
in addition to that there is a very good presence of chain stores like Reliance fresh, Spencer's, Spinach, Subiksha, More for you.
Nashik traditionally boasts of a Maharashtrian cuisine with influences from Khandesh, Rajasthan and Gujrat. The modern city however offers a range of restaurants with cuisines ranging from Punjabi, South Indian to Chinese and continental cuisines.
Cricket is the most popular sport in Nashik. The old city also patronizes traditional Maharashtrian sports like Kabbaddi and Kho Kho. The Nashik Gymkhana is the principal place for playing formal sports and also to get formal training. At least three swimming pools are run by the Civil administration which are extensively utilized by the people.
Regional Super Speciality Hospital (100 beds) run by the Government of Maharashtra
NDMVP's Medical College's Hospital, Adgaon
Life Line Hospitals
Sanjivan Hospital :- Orthopedic and Pediatric Hospital
Nashik, located in Northern part of the state is considered as one of vastly developing city in Maharashtra. Temples & holy places situated on the banks of river Godavari brings mythological & historical importance to well connected via roads with
cities like Pune & Mumbai it has resulted an increasing growth
in the area's of industries & trade. Read More...