Photowalk Nashik Kumbh Mela

Photowalk with Mr. Prasad Pawar on Godaghat, Nashik

Globally the world photography day is celebrated on 19th August. However, this year it falls on a Wednesday. Since this will be a week day where many people would miss the celebration due to a working day, so we decided to host a week-long celebration for photography starting from 16th Aug to 23rd Aug. To celebrate World Photography Week Ruchir Art gallery in collaboration with “Photo Konnect” will … Continue reading Photowalk with Mr. Prasad Pawar on Godaghat, Nashik

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

Justnashik Photo Essay: Godwari Ghat (Godaghat) Nashik

Justnashik Photo Essay: Godwari Ghat (Godaghat) 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

Pictorial Memory of old Nashik.

This Picture was taken in 1928. the place is Godaghat near Panchwati. at that time,there was no transportation system was developed. but still pilgrims from various states used to come and take sacred bath on bath in Godavari river. Today Nashik is connected by all modes of transportation. the picture is totally different today….. That is what the Magic of TIME. :) Continue reading Pictorial Memory of old Nashik.