Harihareshwar is considered to be twin town along with Shrivardhan, developing into a seaside resort and also having a Shiv Temple. Located in the Raigad district in Maharashtra, it has gorgeous beaches and is a popular holiday destination apart from being a pilgrimage destination. Nearby beaches like Diveagar and Kondavali can be visited from this town. The town is a change from the metropolitan city of Nasik. The town is bordered by four hills - Harihareshwar, Harshinachal, Bramhadri and Pushpadri. It lies 210km from Mumbai, the capital of the state, and 190km from Pune. The town is beautiful and evergreen. To travel from Nasik to Harihareshwar, the NH3 and NH66 is the best route by a cab. The distance is 327.3km and the time taken would be about 7 hours. A cab is the best way to travel between the two cities. Flights are not available, and unfortunately direct buses or trains are unavailable. To go by train, it would take about 9 hours with continuous changes, and the step would be to take a cab anyway. Taking a bus for most of the way would require you to change buses at Mumbai and then at Mahad, while taking a taxi for the rest of the way. This will take almost 12 hours. Perhaps opting for the direct cab is the best option.
Distance between Nasik and Harihareshwar is and the average travel time is using a cab.
Nashik is situated on the banks of River Godavari and is the holy city for Hindus. The World famous Shirdi temple is at Nasik and this place is also believed to be the exile shelter of Lord Ram, his consort Sita and brother Lakshman.
Derived from the Sanskrit word Nasika, it is here that Lakshman cut off Shoorpanaka's nose for trying to seduce Lord Ram. The famous Sita Gufa stands testimony to the epic Ramayan. It is home to the 12 holy Jyotirlingas and hosts the most sacred Kumbh Mela once every 12 years.
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Harihareshwar is a small civic located in the Raigad district of Maharashtra, India. The place is named so because it is surrounded by four hills namely Harihareshwar, Harshinachal, Bramhadri and Pushpadri. Harihareshwar is also the entrance of the river Savitri to the Arabian Sea.
Harihareshwar is very well-connected to all the major places of India as well as abroad by means of the Chatrapati Shivaji International Airport, which is at a mere distance of 220 km from there. Mangaon railway station is at a distance of only 65 km from the place.