Nasik is the fourth largest city in Maharashtra. Known for its religious significance, Nasik is the birth place of the river Godavari (which originates at Triambakeshwar). The famous tourist attractions are Pandavleni caves, Coin museum, Triambakeshwar temple, and Kalaram temple. The city is also famous for the Kumbha Mela, which is one of the largest religious gatherings in the world. It is a major economic and religious center in Maharashtra. Rajmachi is a village in Sahyadri hills in Maharashtra, situated 380 km South of Nasik. For reaching Rajmachi from Nasik requires one to travel along NH-50 up till Pune. From Pune, one needs to take the NH-4 to Karad. From Karad the Statehighway-144 would lead to Rajmachi. The journey takes approximately 7 hrs to complete. There is no direct rail connectivity between the two places. The nearest railway station is the Karad railway station. Rajmachi, also knowna as Udhewadi, is famous for its forts. The important forts are Shrivardan fort, Manaranjan fort and Rajmachi fort. The Rajmachi fort, a protected monument, is a popular trekking destination.
Distance between Nasik and Rajmachi is and the average travel time is using a cab.
Nasik 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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The Rajmachi fort, the popular trekking region in Lonavala was built to control Borghat, a historic trade route between Khopoli and Khandala on Mumbai-Pune route. Savaari cab rental services run premium services in this region and can be hired for long routes as well. The city has mainly two forts namely Shrivardhan fort and Manaranjan fort. Shrivardhan fort also known as the Rajmachi fort lies in the east part of the village is the reason of the name of this village. It has been said to be invaded by the Marathas with support of the fact that structure of the fort matches to the architecture used by Marathas. Another must visit place is Rajmachi point, a natural sightseeing attractions, providing an outlook of Rajmachi Fort. Rajmachi Wildlife Santuary, located on the lower area of the hill in the west of the ghats is famous for its rare collection of birds and animals. The area in the sanctury is not enclosed but open and visits are only through jeep. Tungarli Dam, a dam built on Tungarli lake is one of the famous picnic spots in the village providing outlook of the city.