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“Visit this only in monsoon”
Review of Ramkund

Reviewed 29 June 2018

Though people take dip in it throughout the year but it is preferable to take dip in it during monsoons as during the other time of the year water mostly remains stagnant.

Thank ayushagarwal022
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Reviewed 27 June 2018

Many devotees took divine bath in Ramkund. Very good location for with with family. Must visit during Nashik trip.

Thank convwp
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Reviewed 29 April 2018 via mobile

Understand people's devotion and beliefs but the place has not been maintained.

Bathing in dirty water, litters all around, washing clothes, coconuts and flower thrown, haphazard parking etc.

A short time spent here, at Ramghat and Sita Guffa.

Thank vmtrek_travel
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Reviewed 20 April 2018

A place so sacred, the name itself evokes awe. I had a very contrasting impression of the place, until I went down the stairs to the Godavari river bank or what remained of the river, so to say. The water was a stinking, stagnant algae infected mess with faithfuls performing all kinds of rituals, adding to the mess. I wish we could take better care of such sites as it is so central to our faiths and beliefs!!!
Maybe, come monsoon and when the river is in spate, it washes away all that has come to represent it in the seasons gone by ?!!!

1  Thank prakashorchid
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Reviewed 25 March 2018

It is a spiritual place to visit , and especially during monsoons , you enjoy the flooding waters flowing in the kund.Just jump

Thank Bickybabu
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