The Kumbh Mela (the festival of the sacred pitcher) is anchored in Hindu mythology. It is the largest public gathering and collective act of faith, anywhere in the world. The Mela draws tens of millions of pilgrims over the course of approximately 55 auspicious days to bathe at the sacred confluence of the Ganga, the Yamuna, and the mystical Sarasvati. Primarily, this congregation includes Ascetics, Saints, Sadhus, Sadhvis, Kalpvasis, and Pilgrims from all walks of life. Pilgrims to the Kumbh Mela come from all sections of the religion ranging from Sadhus (saints) and Naga Sadhus who practice ‘sadhana’ and keenly follow a strict path of spiritual discipline, to Hermits who leave their seclusion and come to visit the civilization only during the Kumbh Mela, to seekers of spirituality, and to common people practicing Hinduism.



“Har ki Pauri” or “Brahamakund” is much more than a religious holy Ghat. It is the place that has real footprint of almighty Lord Vishnu. Also, it is believed to be the place where a few drops of Amrit had fallen. It’s the place where River Ganga after emerging from the Himalaya, touches the plain for the very first time. The prominence of this place increases extraordinarily during the period of Kumbh. Beautifully lighten Diyas & candles floating across the river, the highly pleasing natural beauty, Sweet sounding Mantras & the Ganga Aarti refresh your mind here all the way.

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