Panchvati Ramkund




Ramkund The most important place in Panchavati is Ramkund. It is so called because Lord Rama is believed to have taken bath there. The Ram Kund area has several temples like the Sundara Narayana Temple,the Naro Shankara Mandir and the Kapaleshwara temple. Ram Kund is also called Asthi Vilaya Tirtha, which dissolves the bones dead fropped into it.

During Kumbhmela the famous Kumbh Snan / bath is supposed to happen here in PAVITRA RAMKUND.

Ramkund Hundreds of pilgrims arrive here to take a holy dip at the ‘Ramkund’ in the river Godavari, which is considered the ‘Ganges of the south’. Ramkund is the spot where the river Godavari turns to right at an angle of 90 degrees and gains importance, as Lord Ram is said to have taken his daily bath here, during his stay at Nashik.
Ram Kund is also where hindus perform the last rite of their dead.

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