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Nashik: Social infrastructure and lifestyle

[ecis2016.org] Social infrastructure and lifestyle amenities, play an important role in the lives of the residents of any region. We examine what Nashik has to offer, in this regard

Located at an approximate distance of 200 kms from Mumbai and Pune, Nashik gained traction as a vacation hotspot and a location for investing in one’s retirement home. The city is also widely popular as a pilgrimage spot in Maharashtra. As real estate prices in Pune and Mumbai soared, Nashik started being considered as a viable option for living. Social infrastructure gradually improved, with the economic growth of the city and with people choosing the region for their permanent homes. Today, Nashik has affordable housing options, as well as integrated townships in prime locations. The main social areas in Nashik are Panchvati, Old Nashik, The Kazipura Complex, Navapurna, Civil Lines and Newer Extension.

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Social infrastructure and lifestyle amenities:

Restaurants: Barbeque Ville; Aster; Ibis Hotel; Curry Leaves; Soleil by La Plage in Sula Estate; Shilpa’s Food Lounge; Khyber.

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Street food: Misal paav; Vada paav; Sabudana vada; Biryani; Rolls.

Malls: Nashik City Centre Mall; Pinnacle Mall.

Religious spots: Panchvati; Pandavleni; Trimbakeshwar; Bhimashankar Temple.

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Parks: Sita Gumpha; Brahmagari Hill; Ganga Ghat; Someshwar Waterfall; Blue Lagoon Water Park; Shagun Water Park and Resort.

Entertainment: Nashik has a rich culture of Marathi theatre. Other popular theatres include Cathay Talkies, Hemlata Talkies, Madhukar and more.

Popular events: Sulafest – Gourmet World Music Festival.

Nashik has a huge wine cultivation area and is home to one of the largest wine estates in the country – the Sula Vineyards. Consequently, it is also popularly referred to as the ‘wine capital’ of India. Nashik’s pleasant climate, along with ample social infrastructure facilities, are drawing an increasing number of people to invest in properties here.

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Debora Berti

Università degli Studi di Firenze, IT

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