Nashik, in Maharashtra, is known for its grapes which have earned this city the title of the "wine capital of India." Around 200 kilometers north of Mumbai, Nashik is an ancient city which stands on the banks of the Godavari. It is the 4th largest city in Maharashtra. Its expansive surroundings, the popular tourism and a soothing climate altogether make it a unique place. With thousands of Indians visiting the Trimbakeshwar Temple at Nashik, this city has become a popular pilgrimage for devotees. Nashik is regarded as one of the holiest Hindu cities as it has more than a hundred ancient temples such as the Shiva Temple and the Kalaram Temple. Anjaneri, the birthplace of Lord Hanuman, is also situated near Nashik. The famous Kumbh Mela is held at Nashik. Mythologically, Nashik is believed to be the location where Laxman, upon Lord Ramas advice, cut the nose of Ravanas sister Shurpanakha. Thus the city was named "Nashik," derived from the Sanskrit word "Nashika" which means nose. The economy of Nashik is mainly driven by agriculture, grape production in particular. Several industries have also come up in the area. Hindustan Aeronautics Limiteds aircraft manufacturing plant has made the city a defense and aerospace manufacturing hub. The Currency Note Press, where the Indian currency notes are printed, and the India Security Press, where Indian government stamps are printed, are among the other important units at Nashik. Thus, Nashik is one of those cities that have witnessed drastic economic progress in the last decade.
The SBI is a multinational public sector bank having its head office in Mumbai, Maharashtra. As of 2017, the company is ranked 217th on the Fortune Global 500 list of the worlds biggest corporations. The SBI is the prominent bank in India having one-fourth share of the total loan and deposits market besides a 23% market share in assets. The SBI bank founded in 1806,has its roots from the Bank of Calcutta, claiming it one of the oldest commercial bank of the Indian subcontinent. In British India, the Bank of Calcutta, the Bank of Bombay and the Bank of Madras merged into the other two "presidency banks," to form the Imperial Bank of India. In 1955, the Government of India took control of the Imperial Bank of India with a 60% stake of RBI, renaming it the State Bank of India. In 2008, the government acquired the stake of RBI. The SBI offers several banking products in India and overseas. SBI has 57 zonal offices and 16 regional hubs located at important cities throughout India. The SBI has 18,354 branches in India. SBI held 11,300 camps and opened over 3 million accounts by September under the Pradhan Mantri Jan Dhan Yojana of financial inclusion launched by the Government in August 2014.