Ujjain will have Kumbh Mela, Haridwar will have at Ardh Kumbh and Kumbakonam will be the venue for Mahamaham Kumbh in 2016
Ujjain (Simhastha) Mahakumbh 2016 - 22 April 2016 - 21 May 2016
Allahabad will have 2019 Ardh Kumbh
Haridwar will be the venue for 2022
Future Kumbh Melas in India
Unbelievably Massive Event
The "world's biggest gathering of religious travelers", Kumbh Mela is such an inconceivable occasion, which ought to be seen to accept to watch a great many lovers taking a blessed plunge in the hallowed water, generally accepted to be prophetically accused of certain celestial properties that can possibly evacuate even karmic terrible impacts of the past lives. The Hindus trust that taking three blessed plunges at any Kumbh Mela may wash away all their wrongdoings and may free them from the cycle of resurrection and demise. The pioneers get ideal opportunity to bathe in the soul of heavenliness, propitiousness and salvation.
The Search of Salvation
As per antiquated Hindu religious sacred writings the divine beings and evil spirits were occupied with a 12 heavenly days long tussle to pick up the responsibility for Kumbha (pitcher) loaded with the solution of godlikeness, 'amrit', it tumbled to earth from the pitcher. The Kumbh Mela is commended at the spots where the beads tumbled from the sky. The Kumbh Mela turns among the four sacred locales like clockwork.
Four Kumbh Mela Places
The vast majority of the general population realize that the Kumbh Mela is commended in India at four spots – Allahabad, Haridwar, Ujjain and Nasik. At Haridwar (Uttarakhand), it is praised like clockwork, at the spot where the blessed Ganges enters the fields from the powerful Himalayas. Essentially it's commended at the sacrosanct Prayag, in Allahabad at Sangam, the juncture of Ganges, Yamuna and Saraswati. It's additionally celebrated on the banks of Kshipra River at Ujjain in Madhya Pradesh and on the banks of Godavari River at Nasik in Maharashtra.
The Kumbh Mela in its distinctive structures substitutes between Haridwar, Prayag, Nashik and Ujjain each third year, in such a way, to the point that agrees with the prophetic conjugation of the planets. It's praised at various areas relying upon the position of the planet of Bṛhaspati (Jupiter) and the sun.
1-Haridwar: When the Sun goes through Aries and Jupiter is in Aquarius (Kumbh Rashi) it is praised at Haridwar.
2-Prayag (Allahabad): When the Jupiter is in Taurus (Vrishabha Rashi ) and the Sun and Moon both are in Capricorn (Makar Rashi) Kumbha Mela is praised at Prayag
3-Ujjain: When Jupiter and the Sun are in Scorpio (Vrishchik Rashi) the Mela is commended at Ujjain.
4-Nasik (at Trimbakeshwar) : When Jupiter and the Sun are in the zodiac sign Leo (Simha Rashi) it is held in Nasik.
Purna Kumbh? Maha Kumbh? What's more, Ardh Kumbh?
Each Kumbh Mela, sorted out following 12 years at the aforementioned spots, may likewise be known as a Purna Kumbh Mela, And like its greater rendition Kumbh or Purna Kumbh Mela or the littler one, Magh Mela (neighborhood showering occasion), at regular intervals an Ardh Kumbh Mela is additionally composed at the aforementioned places. The motivation behind sorting out Ardh Kumbh Mela is to celebrate the legend of the battle between the divine beings and evil presences over the Amrita Kumbha (the fanciful pot of nectar) and draws countless group who trust in the Hindu Puranas and come in mission of decontaminating their spirit before entering the domain of god. After 12 Kumbh Melas a Maha Kumbh Mela is held particularly at Haridwar and Prayag, at regular intervals.
Future Kumbh and Ardh Kumbh Mela
Each of the above four Kumbh Mela site's festival dates are ascertained ahead of time as indicated by an uncommon mix of the aforementioned zodiacal positions of Sun, Moon, and Jupiter.
Kumbh Mela In Nasik (Trimbakeshwar) 2019
The Nasik (Nashik) Kumbhmela is a festival that is held once like clockwork in Nashik – it is planned for 2019-2016.
Nasik is one the real city in Maharashtra, found 200 kms from Mumbai and Pune. The city has increased enormous ubiquity attributable to its charming climatic conditions, delightful design, sanctuaries and hollows.
Trimbakeshwar is a sacred town that houses one of the twelve Jyotirlingas in India. It likewise is the starting point of the stream Godavari and is arranged 38 kms far from Nasik. The Sinhasta Kumbh Mela is held once in 12 years in Nasik and Trimbakeshwar. The Kumbh Mela is set apart by a huge number of aficionados' dive into the waterway Godavari that is accepted would wash down their souls prompting salvation. A custom shower at a foreordained time and place is the real occasion of the celebration. The yearly celebration of Shivratri is likewise celebrated with incredible pageantry and show welcoming a huge number of pioneers.
It would keep going for an entire year and would draw a huge number of enthusiasts and sightseers from everywhere throughout the nation and the world.
Nasik Kumbh Mela 2019-2016 Special Dates
The dates of the following Kumbh Mela of 2019 have now been formally reported by the religious groups specifically the Akhil Bharatiya Akhada Parishad or the ABAP.
1-The banner lifting of the principle function would be hung on 14 July 2019 at Ram Kunda
2-The banner lifting of the Akhara would be on 19 Aug 2019 at Sadhugram.
3-The primary Shahi Snaan (Royal Bath) will be hung on August 29, 2019, at Ram Kunda.
4-The second Shahi Snaan on September 13, 2019.
5-The third and the last Shahi Snaan of Nasik Kumbh Mela would be on September 18, 2019
Kumbh Mela in Ujjain 2016
"Ujjain" (the city of triumph) is situated on the western limit of Madhya Pradesh, 55 km from Indore, arranged on the banks of Shipra River. It is one of the holiest urban areas in India. Ujjain is considered as one of the seven sacrosanct moksa-puris or sapta-puris (urban areas of salvation). The others are Ayodhya, Mathura, Haridwar, Kashi (Varanasi), Kanchipuram, and Dwarka. It is said that Lord Shiva slaughtered the evil spirit Tripura at Ujjain.
The memorable city of Ujjain would have the Kumbh Mela amid 22 April - 21 May 2016.
Ujjain Kumbh Mela Special Dates
Akhil Bharatiya Akhada Parishad (ABVP) should choose about the accompanying conceivable washing dates. The propitious washing date-book for overall population would continue as before however there might be lesser number of the Shahi Snan (Royal Bath) days for the holy people of different organizations.
These dates are:
22 April 2016 Friday Chaitra Purnima Hanuman Jayanti (First Royal Bath)
03 May 2016 Tuesday Varuthini Ekadashi (Second Royal Bath)
08 May 2016 Sunday ParashuRam Jayanti (Third Royal Bath)
09 May 2016 Monday Akshaya Tritiya (Fourth Royal Bath)
12 May 2016 Thursday Ganga Saptami (Fifth Royal Bath)
14 May 2016 Saturday Vrishabha Sankranti
15 May 2016 Sunday Sita Navami (Sixth Royal Bath)
17 May 2016 Tuesday Mohini Ekadashi
20 May 2016 Friday Narasimha Jayanti
21 May 2016 Saturday Buddha Purnima (Last Royal Bath)
For Global, National and Local Media Fraternity!
I view myself as a lucky individual who have had the chance to serve at different three Ardh Kumbh and three Kumbh Mela's amid my 32 years of profession as a PR and Media Chief at Uttar Pradesh and OSD to the Chief Minister of Uttarakhand. I am dealing with the present Kumbh Mela 2013 composed at Allahabad and also a Nodal Officer and Incharge Kumbh Mela Media Center Although I have suited practically every columnist in the past however I feel it's turning out to be more hard to keep doing as such.
It would be ideal if you pay consideration on the accompanying focuses
1-It ought to be noticed that primary center of the organization stays to arrange the occasion without putting open life in peril. The insane, to some degree despotic and flighty demeanor of the meeting writers may touch off nearby open's outrage to an unconquerable extent. So that must be remembered. This is the primary reason that stops powers to participate the meeting media.
2-On the other hand the vast majority of the media brotherhood from abroad doesn't secure J-Visa while coming to India to cover such super occasions. It makes a considerable measure of issues. The MEA rules make J-Visa mandatory for Non-occupant writers.
3 alternate columnists must have either a substantial press accreditation card issued by PIB of legislature of India or a card issued by any State's Information and Public Relations Department.
4-The nearby free lancers ought to either create generous satisfactory accreditation proofs or be prepared to get their applications rejected. It's generally better to apply ahead of time and stay in contact with the officers who oversee such uber occasions, it would help you finish the customs, get help and incidentally exceptional treatment too.
5-The mounting weight on our security offices and the ordinary inclining toward the breathtaking over the sensible substance kind of media demeanor everywhere throughout the world. To get more hits, more TRPs and more dissemination the media club has begun overlooking the media morals all things considered.
6-The Director of Bhartiya Vidya Bhawan, Allahabad Dr. Ram Naresh Tripathi includes, "As per antiquated Vedic Hindu conviction the group washing at the juncture of blessed Ganges, Yamuna and fanciful Saraswati is a mystery type of sacred waterways' love and no one is permitted to open it to others. Correspondingly the Naga sadhus, who constantly are pursued by the lens men from everywhere throughout the world take it as an offense and on a few events have responded brutally on such media exposures. Unshaken and undeterred by such religious convictions.
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