Kumbh Mela is one of the most ancient and glorious tradition of India. The world’s largest congregation of about 150 Million pilgrims (at a single location) is based on the astrological positions of the Sun, the Moon, and the Jupiter. According to various Indian mythologies, it is believed that the sacred bath at the confluence of the rivers - Ganga, Yamuna and Saraswati releases one from the sins of their birth and death cycle and brings the person one step closer to Moksha. This gathering brings together the ascetics, saints, sadhus, aspirants-kalpavasis, pilgrims and visitors.
On the start of the Maha Kumbh Mela in Allahabad, devotees gather to take bath at the confluence of the Ganges, Yamuna and mythical Saraswati river which is called as Triveni Sangam. Naga Sadhus take a dip during the first 'Shahi Snan' at the ongoing 'Kumbh Mela'.
Paush Purnima is also known as Maghi Purnima, a full moon day which falls in the month of Magh according to the Hindu calendar. This comes approximately between the month of Jan – Feb. It is the month in which the famous Kumbh Mela and the Magha Mela (an annual event) takes place at Triveni Sangam in Allahabad.
A vow of complete silence is observed on this day known as Maun Vrat, in the service of Supreme Lord Narayana. On this day, the Sun and the Moon enter into the Capricorn sign. Mauni Amavasya holds extreme religious importance and taking bath on this day in the holy waters is deemed significant and auspicious.
Pilgrims take bath at Sangam on the occasion of Basant Panchami along with ascetics belonging to various sects for their third and last 'Shahi Snan' of Maha Kumbh. Naga sadhus of various orders led the devotees in taking a holy dip at the confluence of Ganga, Yamuna, and mythical Saraswathi.
Magha Purnima is a full moon day in the month of Magh according to the Hindu calendar. The Magha Purnima is also called as Maghi Purnima. The Magha Mela takes place at the confluence of three rivers (Triveni Sangam) in Prayag or Allahabad.
Maha Shivratri is the most significant festival among Hindus. All the Shiva temples across the country will be decorated on the occasion of Maha Shivaratri. Pilgrims take a dip in the Sangam on the occasion of Mahashivratri. Devotees stand in a queue at 3 am to receive blessings from Lord Shiva.
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