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Bus From Nashik to Davanagere
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Nashik is a ancient holy city of India located in the state of Maharashtra. The city is an important pilgrimage site for Hindus and also serves as a landing site for pilgrims heading for Shirdi and Trambakeshwar. Nashik plays host to the Kumbh Mela once in 12 years. The city of Nashik offers plenty of interesting sites to explore and like Tapovan, Panchvati, Trambakeshwar, Kalaram Temple, Pandav Leni, Anjaneri Parvat and much more. For souvenirs tourists can shop for varied silverware and ornaments, which is a specialty of the region. A must do in the city is to gorge on the spicy savory snack ‘missal pav’, which is another specialty of the region.
Davanagere also known as Davangere, is a city located in the heart of the state of Karnataka. The city occupies a major position in the educational and economical sphere of the state and is aptly referred to as the educational center as well 'Manchester of Karnataka'. Davanagere is also a popular tourist destination of the region and offers to its tourist a much-needed opportunity to lay back and relax. There are also quite a few interesting tourist attractions in the region which are a must see. Some of the popular local attractions include the Durgambika Temple, Subramanya Temple and the Kunduwada Kere among others.