Kumbha Mela – The Largest Congregation of Humanity
Kumbha Mela is considered as an incredible ocean of faith, the festival of belief. It is by far the largest gathering for month long of pilgrims in the world with 100 million people embarking on the once in a lifetime spiritual journey, chanting the gods above, on the magical banks of river Kshipra. This festival will be held in central India – on the holy lands of Ujjain, city of Mahakaleshwar (Lord Shiva), in the midst of mystical Sadhus (Monks), the pilgrims’ will stream from all over the India and abroad to pray and immerge purified and renewed from Kumbha. The journey, which will take them into the hearts of Hinduism, its philosophy, its belief and its traditions.
Religious Importance Of Kumbha Mela
Kumbha Mela festival is religiously most important for the Hindus. At every Kumbha occasion, millions of Hindus take part in the celebrations. Irrespective of all worldly barriers of caste, creed, region, the Kumbha Mela has wielded a mesmeric influence over the minds and the imagination of the ordinary Indian.
The festival is visited by the most amazing Monks, Saints and Yogis from all the traditions and sects of India.
Why People Visit Kumbha Mela?
Kumbha Mela is the largest concentration of religious gathering in the world. It’s held once in 12 years this festival is a must, to be experienced once in lifetime.