Sunday mornings deserve a lazy start, an exclusive Italian brunch to be exact. Head over to Dion’s Bistro & Lounge surrounded by long stretches of farms and pristine blue sky, their Vibrant contemporary decor based on the greek theme and comfortable seating make for a relaxing dining experience with friends and family. The menu includes both vegetarian as well as non-vegetarian delicacies. Reserve your table before Saturday afternoon as … Continue reading An exclusive unlimited Italian brunch at Diony’s Bistro & Lounge
Weddings are occasions that call for merriment and bliss, but what makes it truly special is when you have the option to wed away at a destination. Breaking free from the traditional ways, an increasing number of young Indian couples are opting for destination weddings. While beach and palace weddings have gained popularity in India, people often find themselves in a fix when it comes to choosing a unique destination for their important day. Stirring clear from the cluster, Sula Vineyards makes the perfect destination to create beautiful memories not only for the bride and the groom but also for their guests. Continue reading Your Destination Vineyard Wedding in the Lush Sula Estate
1. Bramhagiri: Situated in Trimabkeshwar, A 25 KM ride from Nashik, Bramhagiri is origin of river Godavari, There is Lord Shiva temple on top of the mountain. 2. Anjaneri: Anjaneri is known as birth place of lord Hanuman, a perfect trekking destination in monsoon. Around 20 KM ride from Nashik 3. Kalsubai Mountain: Biggest peak in Maharashtra, Biggest attraction of trekkers and adventure freaks. 4. Pandav Caves: Pandu … Continue reading Monsoon weekend gateways near nashik
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
1.Ramshej Fort was remain Invincible by mughal attacks for many years. All the mughal commanders came with the intentions to conquer this fort was loosed against Marathi king “Chatrapati Sambhaji Maharaj” and commander of the fort Suryaji Jedhe. Unlike all the other forts in Maharshtra this fort is not surrounded by any Impassable region but situated on plain land.You can visit this fort during monsoon or … Continue reading Perfect trekking destinations near 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 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
We are really proud and happy to be part of the first ever vertical tasting event that took place at the new cellar, Sula vineyards, Nashik on Friday evening. Very promising event hosted by chief winemaker of Sula Mr. Ajoy Shaw, Who introduce all the guests with Sula’s vintage wines of last few years. This event was exclusively held for Club Sula members and they … Continue reading Just nashik review: Vertical wine tasting at The Cellar, Sula vineyards nashik.
This weeks photo essay is all about lord Ganesh, Here are few stills and moments that we captured during our visit to various ganesh mandals in nashik city. You can share your own pictures we’ll surely get them here. Must visit ganesh mandals in nashik this year are 1.Nashik Cha raja , Ghankar Lane, Nashik 2.Ashok Stambh, Nashik 3.RK Nashik. 4.Old Nashik/Bhadrakali 5.Rajmudra Mandal ,College … Continue reading Just nashik photo essay: Ganapati bappa around nashik city (2013).
Sula Vineyards and Beyond – Sula’s Vineyard Resort have partnered with Google to bring Sula’s Vineyard Resort to Google Maps with Street View. Sula Vineyards, India’s #1 premium wine company, is the first vineyard in India to be featured on Street View through their 360-degree street-level imagery. Starting August 16, virtual visitors can explore the scenic vineyard, amphitheatre and the hospitality outlets – The Tasting … Continue reading Sula Vineyards – The first Vineyard from India on Google Street View.
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.
Food Pair scrumptious kebabs with wines at Sula Vineyards for more details about Sula’s kebab & Biryani festival head over this link https://justnashik.com/2013/08/06/the-kebab-and-biryani-festival-at-sula-vineyards/ Movies The Conjuring is a 2013 American supernatural horror film directed by James Wan. Catch the late night show of The Conjuring in Cinemax City Centre Mall, Untwadi road, Nashik. Or you can opt out for other movies get details here https://justnashik.com/nashik-movies-bus-train-timetable-and-schedule/movies-schedule-in-nashik-nasik/ Hangouts All … Continue reading Just Nashik: Things to do this weekend.
Ramshej Fort was remain Invincible by mughal attacks for many years. All the mughal commanders came with the intentions to conquer this fort was loosed against Marathi king “Chatrapati Sambhaji Maharaj” and commander of the fort Suryaji Jedhe. Unlike all the other forts in Maharshtra this fort is not surrounded by any Impassable region but situated on plain land. You can visit this fort during monsoon … Continue reading Just Nashik photo essay: Ramshej Fort Nashik
Place: Godawari River Nashik The Godavari (Marathi : गोदावरी) is a river in the south-central India. It starts in the western state of Maharashtra and flows through the Southern state of Andhra Pradesh before reaching the Bay of Bengal. It forms one of the largest river basins in India. With a length of 1465 km, it is the second longest river in India,second to The … Continue reading Justnashik Photo Essay: Godwari Ghat (Godaghat) Nashik
Place: Gangapur Dam Back waters Photographer: Chinmay Pathak Continue reading Justnahik photo essay for the week: Gangapur Backwaters.
A nominal dream of any lay man is to get green and fresh vegetable and it will add more blossom if it is less costly and natural farmed. now a days picture is rates of vegetables are rising towards sky and all vegetables available is hybrid and chemically farmed. so eyes of common man looking towards a natural, green and fresh vegetable . your this … Continue reading Budhwar Bazzar @ Gangaghat.
Do you remember seeing comedy shows or skits when you were young where someone is practicing meditation. There was usually one person closing their eyes and “ohm”ing while the other person tried to imitate them or simply made snide remarks. While we used to look upon meditation as being funny, ridiculous, or just plain odd; we now know about all the benefits it has to … Continue reading Find Relax Here…..