According to Hindu Dharam, a religious tale is prevalent for Kumbha Mela, according to this legend, one of the sages Durvasha cursed the heavens that the glory of heaven, the Aishwarya wealth of the heavens and the wealth should be destroyed.
Then all the gods and goddesses went to Vishnu and Vishnu ji told them that there is only one thing that will make all the gods immortal. On the other hand, Raja Bali, the king of the Asuras, also set out for the Samudra Manthan, told by Vishnu that Vasuki was the Nagi’s policy and the sea was subdued by the Madaranchal mountain.
All the gods and demons started the Samudra Manthan and according to all the hard work and God Vishnu ji, 16 types of jewels were obtained from the Samudra Manthan.
These 14 gems are as follows: –
1 – Calcutta poison
2 – Kamadhenu
3 – High horse
4 -हाथी Airavat Elephant
5 – Kaustubh Mani
6 – Kalpavriksha
7 – Apsara Rambha
8 – Om – Mahalakshmi
9 – Om – Varuni Devi
10 – Moon
11 – Parijat tree
12 – Panchjanya conch
14 – Bhagavan Dhanvantari came out with nectar from his hands, when the nectar came out, the gods and asuras were very happy and both wanted to drink the nectar as soon as possible, in the same days war started and some drops of nectar were on the four places of the earth.
Gaari on which Kumbh Mela is held every 12 years and half-Kumbh Mela is held every 6 years, in which lakhs of devotees come to bathe, during the royal bath, the number reaches in crores, everything is authentic in Hindu religion. It is written in clear words.
In Kumbha Mela, sadhus of all the akhadas take bath and in the same way Naga sadhus are seen on the banks of river Ganges in these days. Visions of God continue on the strength of penance. According to Hindu texts, every akhada is venerable to those who pray to their god.
upcoming kumbh mela :-
The upcoming Kumbh Mela will start from 11 March 2019, with 4 royal bathing days and 6 major bathing days which will be the last Shahi Snan on 27 th April In kumbh mela.
Kumbh Mela Shahi Snan Date
1 – 11 MAR 2021 , TUESDAY , MAHA SHIVRATRI
2 – 12 APRIL 2021 , MONDAY , SOMVATI AMAVASYA
3 – 14 APRIL 2021 , WEDNASDAY , MESH SAKRANTI AND VAISAKHI
4 – 27 APRIL 2021 , TUESDAY , CHETRA MONTH PURNIMA
KUMBH MELA SNAN DATE
1 – 14 JAN 2021 , THURSDAY , MAKAR SAKRANT
2 – 11 FEB 2021 , MONI AMAVASYA
3 – 16 FEB 2021 , VASANT PANCHAMI
4 – 27 FEB 2021 , MAGH PURNIMA
5 – 13 APRIL 2021 , CHETRA SHUKLA PRATIPAD
6 – 21 APRIL 2021 RAM NAVMI
Next kumbh mela Place
|Place||River||Zodiac||Season, months||First bathing date||Second date||Third date|
|Haridwar||Ganga||Jupiter in Aquarius, Sun in Aries||Spring, Chaitra (January–April)||Shivaratri||Chaitra Amavasya (new moon)||Mesh Sankranti|
|Allahabad (Prayagraj)[note 4]||Ganga and Yamuna junction||Jupiter in Aries, Sun and Moon in Capricorn; or Jupiter in Taurus, Sun in Capricorn||Winter, Magha (January–February)||Makar Sankranti||Magh Amavasya||Vasant Panchami|
|Trimbak–Nashik||Godavari||Jupiter in Leo; or Jupiter, Sun and Moon enters in Cancer on lunar conjunction||Summer, Bhadrapada (August–September)||Chaitra Purnima||Vaisakh Amavasya||Vaisakh Purnima|
|Ujjain||Shipra||Jupiter in Leo and Sun in Aries; or Jupiter, Sun, and Moon in Libra on Kartik Amavasya||Spring, Vaisakha (April–May)||Simha sankranti||Bhadrapada Amavasya||Devotthayan Ekadashi|
mahaKumbh mela 2019
Prayagraj Kumbh Mela 2019 concluded on March 4, 2019 with the sixth and final “Shahi Snan” (royal bath) held on the occasion of Mahashivratri.
The single bathing festival of Mahashivratri is among the six main bathing festivals of the Kumbh. The other 5 bathing festivals of the Kumbh concluded successfully with more than 22 crore pilgrims taking a holy dip.
The world’s largest religious and cultural human congregation, ‘Kumbh 2019’ began at Prayagraj (erstwhile Allahabad), Uttar Pradesh on January 15, 2019.
This 7-week event began with the holy dip at Sangam, the confluence of three rivers – Ganga, Yamuna and mythical Saraswati. The first bathing was taken by saints and seers of different Akharas.
Prayagraj Kumbh 2019 makes it to Guinness World Records
This year, the Kumbh made it to the Guinness World Records in three sectors. A three member team from Guinness World Records visited the Prayagraj Kumbh for this purpose.
- the largest traffic and crowd management plan
- the biggest painting exercise of public sites under paint my city scheme
- the biggest sanitation and waste disposal mechanism
All these Exercises were conducted before the team members of the Guinness World Records at a large scale for three days from February 28 to March 3, 2019.
Around 503 shuttle buses were pushed on the highway of Prayagraj in one go on February 28 for showcasing traffic management. Several people participated in painting exercise on March 1 and 10 thousand workers got engaged in cleaning services at Prayagraj Kumbh.
GANGA AARTI HARIDWAR
Ganga Aarti means prayer for Ganga ji. Prayers are dedicated to all the Gods and Goddesses to the Ganges. The river Ganges is worshiped not just as a river in India, the river Ganges is worshiped, taking a bath in Ganga ji dusts all your sins and Ganga ji also liberates the soul.
Ganga ji is revered in Hinduism, it is not a river, but Hindu culture that guides us. Historically, people live on the banks of Ganga ji, for which Ganga ji is used for agriculture, the water of Ganga ji has been used for years, where is the river Ganga, where does Ganga ji go Kuki Ganga ji is considered to be the goddess who lives in heaven is .
Haridwar is one of the ancient pilgrimage sites of India, Haridwar is revered since ancient times. Haridwar means Hari means Lord Vishnu and Gate means Gate, therefore Haridwar is the gateway to God from where the journey to Charo Dham begins.
Haridwar is one of the four places in the Puranic stories of Hindus where the drops of nectar fell accidentally by the garuda of Vishnu, the four places where the drops of nectar fell, those four places are Nashik Ujjain, Haridwar and Allahabad at MAHAKumbh Mela in every 12 year. And Ardh Kumbh Mela is held every 6 years. Where does Ganga ji take a bath, our sins get dusted.
It is visited by people from far off places of the world to bathe in Ardh Kumbh and Kumbh because the Kumbh Mela is very much recognized. The main place in Haridwar, Uttarakhand, India is a ghat which we call Har ki Pauri literally, “Har “Means” Lord Shiva “who is a deity according to the Shaiva school of Hindu theology,” Ki “means” Ka “and” Pauri “means” Charan