10 Most Interesting Facts About The Kumbh Mela

Devotees partake in Kumbh Mela in order to achieve moksha, which is another word for liberation from the never-ending cycle of life and death. Here are 10 most important facts about the same

May 11, 2023 - 14:03
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10 Most Interesting Facts About The Kumbh Mela

With Hinduism being the most widely practiced religion in the country, India is known around the world for devoting unmatched value to belief and religion. The Kumbh Mela, which begins on January 15 and ends until March 4, 2019, is the most significant religious event for Hindus. It is held once every three years in the sacred sites of Ujjain, Nashik, Haridwar, and Allahabad and is the largest fair in the world. Hindu pilgrims assemble in Allahabad to take a dip at the Sangam with the goal of cleaning their bodies and minds. The holy Sangam is where the pious streams Ganga, Yamuna, and Saraswati mix into one.

1. The Biggest Gathering