Famous religious and pilgrimage place in India

Panchavati is a famous religious and pilgrimage place in India. The name is derived from the Sanskrit paƱca five vata Banyan Tree, is situated on the banks of River Godavari in Nasik, Maharashtra, India.
Panchavati is one of the coolest and cleanest area of Nasik. It has got many temples like Kalaram Madir, Goraram Mandir, Sita Gupha. There are many temples in Tapovan which is very close to Panchavati and can be considered to be in Panchavati.
Trikut Pahar is famous for a temple of Shiva at this place known as Trikutachal Mahadeva Temple. It is the mouth of river Mayurakshi. Trikut is one of the few religious places in India that still retains it's peacefulness, simplicity, serenity, natural beauty.
Puri is also known to many as Jagannath Puri after the Jagannath Temple, which was built in the late eleventh century. Puri is one of the oldest cities in the eastern part of the country. It is situated on the coast of the Bay of Bengal and is a popular beach resort, positioned in a unique place so that both sunset and sunrise can be viewed from the beach.
Amarnath Yatra is Indian pilgrims pay homage to Bhole Nath shiv shankar ice lingam at amarnath cave. Amarnath yatra is held every year to pay homage to Lord Shiva and Maa Parvati.
Tirupathi The temple town of Tirupathi is located to the extreme south of Andhra Pradesh in Chittoor district, 740 kms away from Hyderabad. Tirumala has seven hills, representing the seven heads of a huge serpent called Sesha Saye on which Lord Vishnu rests resides.
Tirupathi Balaji is believed to be the richest temple in the country with picturesque surroundings.

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