The Kalaram Temple is a major pilgrim attraction in Nashik. Constructed by Gopikabai Peshwa in 1794, the Kalaram Temple resembles in its architectural style to the Trimbakeshwar Temple, another significant pilgrim site a few miles away. It is fully built in black stones.
The temple stands tall at 70 feet and has a peak made of copper that is gold plated. Idols of Lord Ram, Sita and Lakshman adorn the place.
There also exist a Ganpati Temple, a Hanuman Temple and a Vitthal Temple in the vicinity.