The Sarvajanik Vachanalaya Nashik (Savana), or Nashik Public Library has a long tradition of 178 years. A major feature of this library is the Museum section, which is very old, housing many rare items of antiquity. The Savana Museum is a must-visit for historians and researchers. It also conducts efforts to conserve rare manuscripts and paintings. Many ancient idols are in the museum, along with a cave with a quadrangular statue made of black stone, a wheel, a conch-shelled Vishnu, paintings, sculptures, weapons, writing materials, coins and other historical objects. The Peshwa gallery also has a panorama famous by the name of the Nasik Ragamala. A unique collection of 33 types of 33 statues of Ganapati can be found in the Bapat gallery. Overall, the Savana Museum is the cultural treasure of Nasik.
This guided tour is free.