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Know about Kumbh Mela 2016

Kubh Mela is going on....

By Archita Aggarwal

”Kumbh Mela” is a mass Hindu excursion of confidence in which Hindus accumulate to bathe in a holy stream.The Kumbh Mela is known to be the biggest religious social affair on earth is held at regular intervals on the banks of the ‘Sangam’- the conjunction of the sacred streams Ganga, Yamuna and the legendary Saraswati. Generally, four fairs are considered as the Kumbh Melas: the Haridwar Kumbh Mela, the Allahabad Kumbh Mela(Prayaga), the Nashik-Trimbakeshwar Simhastha(Nashik-Trimbakeshwar) and the Ujjain Simhastha, regardless of the way that ministers at various spots have in like manner ensured their neighborhood fairs to be Kumbh Melas.

The essential festival site is arranged on the banks of a stream: the Ganges (Ganga) at Haridwar; the change (Sangam) of the Ganges and the Yamuna and the now wiped out (vanished/dried/lost in time) Sarasvati at Allahabad; the Godavari at Nashik; and the Shipra at Ujjain. Washing in these streams is thought to clean a man of all wrongdoings.

The one celebrated at the Holy Sangam in Allahabad is the largest and holiest of them.The festival of Kumbh Mela happens at the four consecrated spots according to the position of Sun and Jupiter in various zodiac signs. Poorna Kumbh is held at Ujjain once in like clockwork when the zodiac sign Scorpio (Vrishchik Rashi) shows the nearness of Jupiter and Sun.

Ujjain is situated at the bank of Shipra River in western locale of Madhya Pradesh and is seen as a standout among the most sacrosanct spots in India. The city is improved with a few religious sanctums, for example, Bade Ganeshji Ka Mandir, Mahakaleshwar, Vikram Kirti Temple and numerous others.

Ram Ghat, Ujjain Image: Wikimedia Commons
Ram Ghat, Ujjain Image: Wikimedia Commons

On the event of Kumbh Mela, the heavenlines and otherworldly smell of Ujjain meets its most astounding top when a large number of explorers take plunges and love holy River Shipra. Sages and lovers from each niche and corner go to the religious function of Kumbh Mela to achieve salvation and liberation from the endless loop of birth-passing resurrection.

The celebration of Mela at Ujjain is known as ‘Simhastha Kumbh Mela’ in which one of a kind of blend of godliness and immaculateness is experienced when the horde of slag named sages, ministers, fans gets melded with the thundering of elephants and camels. Individuals who witness the otherworldly fest feel favorable luck close by and sense positive smell refining their souls and musings. Significant fascination of this celebration is ‘Shahi Snan’ (illustrious shower) which happens on foreordained dates differing each year. It is trusted that the individuals who scrub down in heavenly Shipra River on the event of Kumbh Mela wash their transgressions of all past births. The fans consider it as a chance to get them resuscitated from the endless birth cycle.

Related article: Kumbh Mela: One of the greatest Pilgrimages in the World

In old times, the city had a few names including Padmavati, Swarnashringa, Kushashthali, Avantika, Amravati and Churamani.  It was named as “Kumudvati” in light of the fact that blossoms were found in wealth here. The city was called as “Pratikalpa” as it was demolished and settled habitually.The most prevalent name “Ujjayini” is still being used with a slight alteration as Ujjain.

UJJAIN KUMBH MELA DATES

Singhastha , or Poorna Kumbh Mela was commended at Ujjain in the year 2004 spreading over from fifth of April to fifth of May. The custom of Shahi Snan was led on fourth of May, a day of full moon (Poornima) according to lunar schedule. About ten million aficionados the nation over graced the celebration with their nearness on this promising day. Ujjain facilitated the Ardha Kumbh in the year 2010 where various Hindus saw the event. In the year 2016, next Simhastha Kumbh Mela will be remembered in Ujjain. The dates are as follows-3rd May(First Royal holly bath will be taken),6th May,9th May,11thMay, 15thMay, 17tMay, 19thMay, 20th May and 21st May(This is the main and the last day) Try not to miss the open door and grasp your spirit and material body with the hallowed nectar offered by God.

Khumb at peack
Khumb at peack

Archita Aggarwal is doing her bachelor’s of journalism and mass communications from Amity University,Noida.Twitter: @Archita001

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