About Nashik

About Nashik

  • With a population of 1.5 million and an urban density of 4448 per sq. km., Nashik is the third largest city in Maharashtra
  • With 87% of its population living in urban areas, Nashik ranked first for its degree of urbanization, according to 2001 census
  • At 3% Nashik boasts of the lowest slum rate in India
  • With male urban literacy amounting to 90%, Nashik enjoys total literacy rate of 74%

The Nashik Advantage

  • Nashik is the 4th fastest growing city in India
  • On a global scale, Nashik is the 16th fastest developing city
  • Nashik is the link that connects Pune and Mumbai and together it froms Maharashtra's golden triangle
  • Nashik is the wine capital of India

Tourism Opportunities in Nashik

  • Wine Tourism
  • Weekend Getaway
  • Religious and Pilgrimage Destination
  • Kumbhmela
  • Adventure Tourism

The Undisputed Wine Capital of India

  • Over 50 wineries are in and around Nashik
  • Since 2001, wine production in Nashik has tripled amounting to over 13.5 million litres
  • The presence of big ticket wine exporters such as York Winery and Sula Vineyards who export to Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Germany, Japan, Korea and South Africa to name a few nations

The Business Edge

  • Nashik enjoys 5 industrial zones in close proximity
  • Fast emerging BPO Destination
  • A promising IT hub with the presence of global players such as Microsoft, WNS, Accenture to name a few
  • A hotspot in Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor, with a planned investment of Rs. 2500 crores over next 5 years

An Industrial Hub

  • Ambad
  • Dindori
  • Igatpuri
  • Satpur
  • Sinnar

An Epicentre of World-class Education

  • Ashoka Universal School
  • Barns School
  • Delhi Public School
  • Fravashi International School
  • MET-Bhujbal Knowledge City
  • Orchid International
  • Sandip Foundation/li>

A Cynosure of the Finest Medical Facilities

  • Apollo Hospitals
  • Curie Manavata Cancer Center
  • Sahyadri Group of Hospitals
  • Wockhardt Hospital