Photo essay: Bhandi Bazar Nashik

There is a lot to talk about the old city, the places, lanes, and chowks Here lies roots of the city and tell us story, how Nashik evolved from a small town to nearly a smart city. These bylanes of old Nashik are exploding with shops ranging from clothes to spices and jewellery to what not! So to give an experience of one of the … Continue reading Photo essay: Bhandi Bazar Nashik

The Old CBS is no more ‘Old’! Giving new life to the walls of CBS!

Hey there! We hope you are spending your day well. Today we are sharing a glance of the place where every one of you has been at least for once in your life if you are from Nashik! Do you remember your childhood days when your parents took you to the Central Bus Stand (We call it CBS more)! The government buses almost for all … Continue reading The Old CBS is no more ‘Old’! Giving new life to the walls of CBS!

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Mango people in the city of grapes

“God must be loving a common man a lot, he made so many of them!” -Abraham Lincon We roam! We roam all the time around. Sometimes for work, sometimes for shopping, sometimes to explore, sometimes for a reason and sometimes without the one! The thought behind this essay is that we are so much busy living our lives and are so gobbled in it that … Continue reading Mango people in the city of grapes

Photo essay : “What is your dream?”

“Dream, Dream Dream Dreams transform into thoughts And thoughts result in action.” ― A.P.J. Abdul Kalam “The essay is all about the people around you and their dreams; Dreams for life. We have collected some dreams after roaming around the city which will tell you short stories about people and their dreams. Our tribute to Dr. A P J Abdul Kalam on his birthday! 1. … Continue reading Photo essay : “What is your dream?”

Nashik Photo essay Sadhugram/Tapowan Kumbhamela

Nashik photo essay: Kumbhamela 2015 (Sadhugram, Tapovan)

About Artist Shrey Kondhiya is an internationally published photographer with a degree from London College of Fashion (BA Hons. Fashion Photography) Having a total work experience of seven years as a fashion photographer and working with private clients and Ad agencies. A highly talented and flexible photographer with a proven record of delivering creative and innovative photography solutions. An upheld ability of developing projects from … Continue reading Nashik photo essay: Kumbhamela 2015 (Sadhugram, Tapovan)

Pictures from Heritage Art Walk (Godaghat) Nashik

Recently we were part of a heritage walk   took place on  the river bank of Godavari River organized by Ruchir Art Gallery in Nashik. The event received huge gathering of artists from all around Nashik, The walk which started at 6.30 AM from Ramkund concluded around 9 AM at Budha Halwai shop. People learned art of street photography and paintings from eminent artists from Nashik & … Continue reading Pictures from Heritage Art Walk (Godaghat) Nashik

Nashik Godaghat Photowalk

Heritage Art Walk in Nashik

Nashik is known for its religious, cultural, and historical heritage and holds an unrivalled significance among the pilgrims as well as the tourists The ‘Godaghat’ of Nashik is known for its peculiar picturesque appeal. Here is an opportunity to capture the magnificent allure of this “Godaghat” in your cameras and bring the mysterious aspects of the Godaghat to life! Or perhaps you can portray its … Continue reading Heritage Art Walk in Nashik

Ram Rath Kalaram Mandir Nashik

Photo Essay: Shree Ram Rath

The historic Ram Rath and Garud Rath revolved around their traditional route in Old Nashik today. It has been a long tradition after Ram Navmi the birth of ram where both the raths are pulled by various volunteers around narrow lanes of old nashik. The ceremony begins after the Pooja of Shree Ram’s paduka (Footwear) and the Raths started traversing around their route. Continue reading Photo Essay: Shree Ram Rath

Artistica 2014: “An amateur photography exhibition” Overview.

Date: 1st to 3rd March 2014 at Chhandomayi Hall, Venue:Kusumagraj Smarak, Nashik Last year we decided to showcase the talents of amateurs. We thought of organizing an exhibition. To start with, Photography was chosen. It is one of the widespread but underrated arts in India. ‘Artistica’ name was decided for every such event organized in future. And as all know, ‘Artistica 2013’ was a huge … Continue reading Artistica 2014: “An amateur photography exhibition” Overview.

Street of Nashik

Photo Essay: Nashik streets in winter

Here is an amazing compilation of pictures of nashik streets during this winter. All picture are clicked by our photographers team Chinmay & Amit . Feel free to comment and share this pictures. You can also give your feedback about our nashik’s photo essay here Feedback Form. To view our previous photo essays about nashik’s culture, food, lifetsyle and hangout places please check this link . This … Continue reading Photo Essay: Nashik streets in winter

Chanachur at nashik roadside

Photo essay: Street food in nashik

All images are captured by JustNashik Team and Copyrighted by Team JustNashik is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 2.5 India License. Based on a work athttp://justnashik.com.   All images are captured by JustNashik Team and Copyrighted by Team JustNashik is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 2.5 India License. Based on a work athttp://justnashik.com. Continue reading Photo essay: Street food in nashik

Kalika yatra nashik 2013

Just nashik photo essay: Kalika yatra 2013

All images are captured by JustNashik Team and Copyrighted by Team JustNashik is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 2.5 India License. Based on a work at http://justnashik.com. All images are captured by JustNashik Team and Copyrighted by Team JustNashik is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 2.5 India License. Based on a work at http://justnashik.com. Continue reading Just nashik photo essay: Kalika yatra 2013

Just nashik photo essay: Pandava Caves

Just nashik photo essay: Pandava Caves Nashik.

Place: Pandav Leni(Caves) Nashik Pandu/Pandava Leni, (also known as Trirashmi Caves and other variations) (Leni is Marathi word for caves), are a group of 24 caves carved between 3rd cent. B.C. to 2nd century which Hinayana Buddhist caves and has nothing to do with the characters of the Mahabharata (the Pandavas). Most caves are Viharas except for the 18 Cave which is a Chaitya. The … Continue reading Just nashik photo essay: Pandava Caves Nashik.