नाशिकरोड) (sometimes referred to as Nasik Road
) is the name given to the suburb
that has the city's railway station
. The name 'Nashik Road' was originally used for the town surrounding the station (about 8 km or 5 miles south-west from the heart of the Nashik city) and parts of the adjoining Deolali
village, but has been administratively merged with the Nashik Municipal Corporation since 1984. Nashik Road is home to almost 150,000 residents and is one of the fastest growing suburbs of Nashik.
Geography and transportation
Nashik Road is a fast developing city suburb of Nashik and has many hotels and restaurants, educational institutions (St. Philomena's, St. Xavier's, Purushottam English School
, K.N.Kela Progressive, R.J.C. Bytco Girls School
, Kothari Kanya Shala
, Jairambhai, K.J. Mehta etc.), hospitals and financial institutions (Business Bank, The Nasik Road Deolali Vyapari Sahakari Bank Ltd.,ICICI Bank etc.) catering to the growing educational and financial needs of the population.
Dattamandir, Andhashala, Gandharvanagari, Shikhrewadi, Jailroad, Gaykhe mala, Jai Bhavani road, Upanagar are major residential areas.
highway (NH3), Nashik
highway (NH 50),Peth Road, Wani road, Bhagur-Nashik road (Lam road), Jail Road are some of the major roads in the city, alongside the residential and commercial neighbourhoods. The first and only road flyover of the city (named 'Swatantryaveer Vinayak Damodar......