About Kumbh Mela Allahabad:

The Kumbh Mela is one of the greatest annual religious fair for Hindus. Kumbh Mela is held every year on the banks of Triveni Sangam in Prayag near Allahabad in Uttar Pradesh. It is believed in the ancient times during an ongoing war between the demons and the demigods for the possession of the tonic of immortality, a few drops fell to earth at four places: Allahabad, Haridwar, Nasik, and Ujjain. Based on astrological calculations it returns to each place after a gap of twelve years, bigger each time. Every Year, the Kumbh Mela initiates upon the arrival of Makar Sankranti in January, which is the main imperative bathing day as indicated by the Hindu calender. It starts with huge numbers of pilgrims taking a holy dive at the Sangam on favorable dates. People arriving in mass and stay here with alternative houses or tents at the Sangam every year, spending the whole month of Magh in petitions. This period is known as Kalpwas. The individuals who religiously watch the “Kalpvas” are known as “Kalpvasis”.

Story behind Kumbh Mela:

The story behind the Kumbh Mela that the drops of liquid of everlasting status fell close Sangam is acknowledged by the overall public to have given supernatural powers to the place as millions gather at the ghats to purify themselves of all evils by taking a dip in the waters and accomplish Moksha. Energetic and old, fit and slight; all regions, positions, and belief system aside, it transforms into indisputably the most brilliantly restricting together experience ever. The place itself, overpower by Naga Sadhus, who never wear any articles of clothing and are always spread in red hot flotsam and jetsam; Urdhwavahurs, non-liberal in physical delights; Parivajakas, having taken a guarantee of calm; and Shirshasins, who stay for each one of the 24 hours and think, changes just as from another space.