Also known as Kumbh city and Grape city, Nashik is proud of its historic, religious and cultural heritage. It plays a vital role in industrial networks and also acts as an educational hub.
Notable literary figures like Late Shri Tatyasaheb Shirwadkar and Vasant Kanetkar have not only contributed a great deal to the regional literary world, but also to the national and international literary heritage.
Over recent years, Nashik has seen progress in its trade and commerce and has grown a great deal in infrastructure. It also excels in the art, sports and literature arena. In an effort to provide the Nashik community with opportunity to express their varied talents, Chagan Bhujbal Public Welfare Foundation (Bhujbal Foundation) is organizing ‘Nashik Mahotsav’.
The foundation has created an event where locals in the Nashik district will be able to participate and perform with the help of technology and creativity.
In the digital age we live in, our lifestyles have become stressful. Therefore, emphasis will be placed on the health sector. The foundation will be providing eye checkups and the distribution of spectacles to those in need.
Nashik Mahotsav is a tribute and month-long celebration of the cultural diversity of the city as well as music, sports, arts and crafts in the region. A host of activities, competitions and performances are lined up including cricket, kabbadi, wrestling and swimming. Rangoli and painting competitions will be held in the art section, while a bhajan competition is being organized for the spiritual enhancement of the area.
Women in organizations who produce handicrafts will also be given an opportunity to display their goods and sell their products.
The Grand Mega Event which will take place at the Golf Club. It promises to be a kaleidoscope of technology and creativity. To add a bit of glitz to the festival, Bollywood stars set the stage on fire with performances including Vivek Oberoi, who was there to promote his new movie Prince, which is set to release on April 9th.