The holy city of Nasik is a major economic and religious center in Maharashtra. Famous as the birthplace of the river Godavari, which originates at Triambakeshwar near Nasik, Nasik is one of the most important pilgrim centers in India. It is also the home of more than 100 ancient Hindu temples which include the Triambakeshwar temple and the Kalaram temple. Pandavleni Caves and Coin Museum are among the several prominent locations to visit in the city.The city is also famous for the Kumbha Mela, which is one of the largest religious gatherings in the world. Udvada is a coastal town in Gujarat, 140 km from Nasik. To reach here from Nasik, one is required to travel along the State Highway-22 up till Peint and along State Highway-67 from there to Udvada. The journey takes 2 Hrs 30 minutes to complete. The town of Udvada is famous for its importance in Zoroastrian culture and also the Zoroastrian Atash Behram, one of the oldest still-functioning places of worship of its kind. You can also opt for car rental firms which provide several luxurious facilities for their customers. Moreover, the services provided by them are quite affordable.
Distance between Nasik and Udvada 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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You can reach Udvada from Nasik by road in about using a cab upon driving using a cab.
Udvada is situated in Maharashtra-Gujarat border renowned for its Zoroastrian Atash Behram. Udvada means the 'gazing ground of camels', which it was before it becomes a fishing village. It is a religious destination also known as the Mecca of Zoroastrians.
It is holy place of Parsis which is constructed in 7th century by invaders from Iran. This place of worship is the oldest still-functioning example of its kind and has established udvada as pilgrimage center for Zoroastrians the world over. The festivals here are extremely colourful and celebrated with great delight.