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Kumbh Mela in Nashik

Varanasi GhatThe mystical, ethereal and soul touching power of salvation can be felt only in India. Have you ever wondered the enigmatic touch of your own soul when cleansed in a massive religious and cultural spectacle?

If yes, Kumbh Mela 2015 in Nasik is a destination, literally calling for you.

Revered as the greatest religious pilgrimage for Hindus, Kumbh Mela is fondly called as the biggest religious congregation of the world. Entwined with mythology and years of ritualistic practices, it takes place once in 12 years in these four sacred destinations – Allahabad, Ujjain, Nasik and Haridwar.

Next Kumbh Mela in Nasik would commence from Jul 14th 2015. Nasik Trimbakeshwar hosts this largest peaceful congregation once in every 12 years. Around 6 million devotees took part in the previous Kumbh Mela in Nasik in 2003.

Kumbh Mela is celebrated in a holy town called Trimbakeshwar in Nasik, in Maharashtra. Trimbakeshwar Jyotirlinga temple is one of the 12 revered jyotirlingas in India. Devotees worship it with matchless devotion and faith, hailing from different parts of India and abroad. This majestic festival breaks away the shackles of religion, class, creed, gender and status, by bringing everyone in one destination.


Varanasi GhatRam Kund and Kushavarta are the two holy ghats in Nasik where millions of devotees come to take a holy dip and wash away their sins. The infectious energy, intoxicating positivity, traditional rituals and loud chanting of hymns add to the fervor of the much awaited Kumbh Mela.
The participation of a large number of swamis, naga yogis and sadhus, most of them meditating in Himalayas, adds to the spiritual power and vibrations of the festivity.


According to the revered mythology, drops of pious nectar (amrit) fell in River Godavari in Nasik when Lord Vishnu left for heaven after the sacred Samudra Manthan, the historic churning of ocean by Gods and Demons. Hence, River Godavari plays a pivotal role in Indian religious practices and rituals. It is believed to have healing properties, along with the power to wash away one’s sins.
So, come and experience the rare, larger than life and ethereal touch of Indian faith and the power of spirituality. Participating in Kumbh Mela would add indelible memories in your life, connecting you with the high power and your own self.

Nasik Kumbh Mela Schedule of Events in 2015

Varanasi GhatJuly 14th
Flag hoisting ceremony, marking the initiation of Kumbh Mela at Ram Kund Ghat in Nasik.

August 14th
Flag hoisting at Akhara at Sadhugram

August 26th
The first holy bath Shravan Shudha

August 29th
The First holy bath at Ram Kund Ghat

September 13th
The second holy bath called as Bhadrapad Amavasya (Main Bathing Day)

September 18th
The Third holy bath called as Bhadrapad Shukla Panchmi

September 25th
The final ritual of Bhadrapad Shukla Vaman Dwadashi Tritiya

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