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  1. Ardh Kumbh Mela 2019

  2. Ardh Kumbh Mela 2019 • The Ardh Kumbh Mela in Prajagraj is a religious and auspicious gathering of devotees from all around the world. They come together to gain more spiritual clarity, belief and to cleanse themselves of all their sins by being a part of the ritual bathing ceremony every year. Devotees take a dip in the holy TriveniSangam which is located in Prayagraj. Religious pujas, prayers and mantras are performed by the Sadhus. Each of them wears a Saffron colored clothing and the prayers and pujas are performed with great zeal. Come and be a part of the fairs, spiritual ceremony and attain salvation in the holiest and most religious spiritual gathering. It is the perfect opportunity to tune in to your inner self as well as to get a first-hand witness of the Indian culture and traditions dating back to several centuries ago.

  3. Program and schedule of the Ardh Kumbh Mela 2019 • The Ardh  Kumbh Mela 2019 will take place at Prayagraj. It is held every 6 years which makes 2019 the year to celebrate it. This occasion is celebrated between the month of January and February and the exact dates are calculated as per the planetary movement and position of Jupiter when it positions itself in Aries or Taurus and the sun and moon positions in the Capricorn. The Ardh Kumbh Mela 2019 is to be held from 15th January to 4th March 2019 and this year as well it is sure to be the main focus of religious celebrations. It is estimated to bring together more than 2 crore devotees together for this auspicious ceremony.

  4. The first ShahiSnan which is the MakarSankranti falls on 15th January 2019, Tuesday. • The PaushPurnima falls on 21st January 2019, Tuesday. • The MaghiPurnima falls on 19 February 2019, Tuesday. • The 2nd ShahiSnan which is the MauniAmavasya falls on 4th February 2019, Tuesday. • Finally, the Mahashivratri falls on 4th March 2019, Monday. • The main Attraction of the Prayagraj Ardh Kumbh Mela 2019 are the Shaivanti Naga sadhus. People of all backgrounds and cultures, whether they are from India or abroad are eager to know more about these mysterious Naga Sadhus and their lifestyle, philosophy, and devotion. During the holy bath in the Kumbh river in Prayagraj, it is the Naga sadhus who take the first dip in its holy waters. During the entire pujas and religious performance, the Naga sadhus generally remain completely naked and in their own natural human form. Apart from this, the Sadhus also hold the Trident in their hands while screaming out and chanting religious prayers and mantras. They smear themselves in ashes and smear the three-lined Tilak on their foreheads. It is believed that a Naga Sadhu remains naked their entire life as well as pray and perform pujas inside Caves as a way to attain the ultimate salvation as per the scriptures in the BhagavadGita and the mythological texts. Each of the Naga sadhus possesses a fiery temperament which is evident in the way they behave and perform the pooja and mantras.

  5. The Kumbh Mela religious festival is held when Jupiter makes its entry into the Aquarius Zodiac and when the sun enters into the Aries. It is one of the most critical festivals as it enables each and every person attending it to attain salvation and to walk in the path of light. The Prayagraj place is believed to be the very symbol of Intelligence, and the path to light as well as the origin of the universe and the main center of the earth. Hindu mythology has it that even before the creation of the universe, Lord Brahma performed the AshvamedhaYagya here at this very spot. The very evidence of the performance of the AswamedhaYagya by Lord Brahma here are the Brahmeswara temple and the YashwamedhGhat.

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