Nasik Holiday Home
  Nasik Holiday Home

KSA Holiday Home at Nashik was built in 1968, for the purpose of providing clean and inexpensive accommodation to middle class families. Four units were built, each consisting of one room, kitchen, a balcony & toilet block. All domestic appliances including utensils and cooking gas are provided in these units, to enable
families to spend their vacation in a homely atmosphere, away from home. These units can accommodate up to six persons in each unit. When the Holiday Home became increasingly popular with visitors, additional accommodation was found necessary, in the nineties.

Thus four new units were added in the adjoining open plot, which were inaugurated on 12th November 1995. These new one-room units too have all the modern amenities, including water -purifier, in each room. A small kitchenette has been provided, for those who do not wish to cook full meal, while on their vacation, but would like to prepare breakfast. The new units can accommodate smaller families of four persons, in each unit.

The new units have an added attraction of a large sit out, overlooking the landscaped garden and a children’s play-park. For children, play-park equipments like a slide, a pair of swings and a see-saw etc. , will be provided.

For the convenience of visitors, a common room, a library with newspapers, books and periodicals and a T.V. set etc., has been provided.The response from the users of the Holiday Home indicates that the amenities provided are equivalent to those provided in a three-star hotel at much lower cost.


Booking of the KSA Holiday Home can be done at the following addresses:

Honorary Secretary

The Kanara Saraswat Association,
13/1-2, Talmakiwadi, Tardeo Road,
Mumbai – 400 007
Phone : 022 - 23802263 & 022 23805655
Email :

K.S.A. Holiday Home, New Pandit Colony,
Off. Sharanpur Road, Nashik-422 002.
Phone: (0253) – 2580575 / 2315881 / 2232841.
Manager/Caretaker : - Mr. Radhakrishna Kodange, Mobile No: +91 7507463137
Email :



Nashik Road is the nearest railway station, 8 km. away from where bus and auto-rickshaw or taxis are available.


Nashik is connected by road to several places. Some of these are:

Trimbakeshwar 28 Km.
Bhandardara 68 Km.
Saputara 82 Km.
Shirdi 92 Km.
Shani Shingnapur 165 Km.
Mumbai 183 Km.
Pune 202 Km.
Aurangabad 216 Km.
Indore 335 Km.

Local Transport

City Bus Service : available at stone’s throw from Holiday Home to all important places in city.

Auto-rickshaws : (metered & unmetered) available for all important places in city and for sight-seeing.

Maharashtra State Road Transport Corporation : buses available for Nashik Darshan from Central Bus Stand in Nashik city.

MTDC’s Nashik Darshan bus is available from MTDC office, Golf Club Road, near Golf Rest House, Trimbak Road and also from Hotel Panchavati, Vakilwadi, Nashik.

Maharashtra State Road Transport Corporation : buses connect Nashik with all major cities including Mumbai and Pune. MTDC has luxury bus service to and from Mumbai.

Sight Seeing

The City
: Nashik is surrounded be enchanting bluish-green range of tiny hills. It has heritage of many ancient historical and religious events that look place centuries ago. It has a great mythological importance as one of the important places referred to in Ramayana. During the Ramayana period, Lakshman cut the nose of Surpanakha at Tapovan and hence the place is known as Nashik.

Climate: Climate of Nashik is similar to that of Pune and is extreme. Coldest month is January with minimum temperature upto 5 degree and maximum temperature of 28 degree. Hottest month is May with minimum temperature of 21 degree and maximum temperature up to 42 degree. Average rainfall is 700 mm.

Pandav Leni (8 Km): These are 24 ancient caves situated on the small hill top. Most of them are very old dwelling cavewhich were converted around 400 AD into Mahayana or late Buddhist Shrines.

Naroshankar Temple (2 Km): The huge bell in this temple is main attraction, the sound of which is heard five kilo-meters away. The temple has a beautiful carved Portico.

Ramkund (2 Km): The holiest spot in Nashik is Ram-Kund. It is believed that Lord Ram used to bathe here and that the water is holy and purifying. This place is also known for performing last rites.

Sita Gumpha (2 Km): Sita stayed here while in exile before she was abducted by Ravana. The Kitchen-ware used by Sita is preserved and displayed here.

Kalaram Mandir (2 Km): One of the oldest temples in India, built in black stone and dedicated to Shree Ram.

Tapovan (3 Km): Kumbha mela is held here once in twelve years. In ancient times Rishis used this place for meditation.

Mukti Dham (8 Km): This temple was built in 1971. Built in extra white marble tiles, it is renowned for its special archeitecture. All eighteen chapters of Bhagwad Geeta are written on the walls together with ornate idols.

Someshwar (6 Km): Temples of Shiva, Rama and Hanuman are situated here facing river Godavari. Boating facility is available. The place is a good picnic spot.

Gurugangeshwar ved Mandir (2 Km): This temple is totally different from other ancient temples. To build this temple modern architectural system is adopted. Italian marble is used for the temple. The main icon is in the form of veda in this temple.

Places of Interest around Nashik

Trimbakeshwar (28 Km)
: It is one of the twelve jyotirilings in India. It is an important place of piligrimage, pilgrims visit Brahmagiri Hills (height 1310 mtrs.) where the origin of river Godavari lies. The Samadhi of Nivruttinath Maharaj, elder brother and guru of Sant Jnaneswar is also locatd here.

Bhandaradara Dam (68 Km): A good picnic spot having Government of Maharashtra Holiday-Home. The dam is built on the river Pravara. The water from this dam is being supplied to the entire Ahmednagar district for drinking and agriculture.

Wani (Sapta-shrungi Mata) (56 Km): This temple is approachable from Nanduri which is 52 Kms from Nashik. From Nanduri the temple isabout 4 Km away on the hill. Taxis, jeeps and buses go upto foot of the hill from where one has to climb 472 steps. The main fair is held on Chaitra Purnima Day every year.

Saputara (82 Km): Saputara is a tiny hill station situated in Gujarat state. It is famous especially for observing Sunset and Sunrise. This pleasant and cool place is about 46 Kms. From Wani.

Shirdi (92 Km): A small village in Ahmednagar district has acquired all India fame on account of Shri Saibaba temple. Pilgrims belonging to all faiths throng here all round the year. Thursdays however, have special importance.

Shani-Shingnapur (165 Km): The open-air temple of Shani is about one and half hour’s drive from Shirdi. The famous marble of Shani installed on a platform is visited by many devotees on Saturdays.

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