Its tributaries include Indravati River, Manjira River, Bindusara River and Sabari River.The Godavari River is sacred to Hindus and has several pilgrimage centers on its banks.The Kalaram Temple built in 1794 is a huge 70-feet black stone structure with a gold-plated copper peak, known for its architectural grandeur.The Nashik Coin Museum is one of its kind in India which houses a rich collection of photographs, articles, line drawings, replicas and real coins besides a detailed analysis of the various currency systems that existed in India from ancient times.It originates near Trimbak in Nashik District of Maharashtra state and flows east across the Deccan Plateau into the Bay of Bengal near Rajahmundry in East Godavari district of Andhra Pradesh.It enters Andhra pradhesh at Kandhakurthi in Nizamabad District, crosses the Deccan Plateau and then turns to flow in a southeast direction until it empties into the Bay of Bengal through two mouths.Today, it exports grapes, roses and strawberries amongst other things. Pandavleni Caves are one of the oldest caves in Maharashtra dating back to 1st century BC.
The Godavari is a river that runs from western to southern India and is considered to be one of the big river basins in India.
The famous shrine of Shirdi Sai Baba is 60 Km from the town, while Trimbakeshwar 30 Km from Nashik, is the holy spot dedicated to Lord Shiva. The two 'Mandapas' are smaller in size but their architecture is attractive a nd littl e ornamental cordons make the round dome.
The arched recesses are impressions by Mughal style.
Near the cave, in a grove of large banyan trees, is the fine house of the Panchavati family.
The largest and simplest of the temples is Kalaram Mandir, built in 1790 by Sardar Odhekar of Peshwa.