Mahakumbh is an epitome of our spiritual culture and nationalism. In the Mahakumbha, the followers of various creeds, religion, and sect take part with full enthusiasm. The followers of Shaiv, Vaishnava, Shakta, Aghor Panthi, Udasi, Sikh, Jain, and Buddhist, etc. bind India in a formula of uniformity. The presence of some pilgrims from abroad is the most beautiful example of Indian culture and tradition. Pilgrims from abroad enjoy Indian culture wholeheartedly without their religious and political differences. So, the Kumbh plays a significant role in maintaining the continuity and freshness of our nation-building and social system. According to mythology, an elixir pot (Amrit Kalash) came out during the churning of the ocean, and a struggle emerged between Devtas and monsters called “Devaasur Sangram,” due to the distribution of elixir. The masses are celebrating Kumba Mela since the few drops of elixir fallen on particular places from Amrit Kalash (elixir pot) during the struggle of Devtas and Monsters. Whatever Muhurat was existed at that time. On the arrival of that Muhurt, who was present at that time, Mahakumbh Parva was organized in Nashik, Ujjain, Prayagraj, and Haridwar in the south in four places. Kumbh festival is closely associated with our social unity. The prime objective of Kumbha Mela is to develop a sense of understanding that our society can realize its geography, socialism, historicality and their coordination along with its culture, and everyone can exchange ideas with each other. With this nobleness, our forefather was successful to harmonise the culture of an entire nation into a formula. By providing basic facilities to Kumbh in their respective tenure, every past and the current government have served the society. Whether, it is from the south, whether north or east, even west.
Aarti of Mata Ganga Yamuna and Saraswati
History of Kumbh Mela is at least 850 years old. It is believed that Adi Shankaracharya had started it.
Bath in holy confluence with cabinet
Kumbha Parva is an important festival of Hindu religion, where hundreds of devotees bath in the Kumbh festival site Haridwar, Prayag, Ujjain and Nashik.