Kumbh Mela 2025


We are providing Kumbh Mela experience to seekers again in January 2025 to Prayagraj Sangam, the most sacred confluence (SANGAM) of India’s three most sacred rivers Ganga, Yamuna and Saraswati. We invite you to experience the largest human gathering on the Earth and join our different welfare activities during this rare event that is going to last for 44 days. We see Maha-Kumbh-Mela as a great opportunity to spread the message of “Vasudhev Kutukmbkam” (oneness of humanity) and a place to understand India’s ancient spiritual and cultural heritage.

We have successfully hosted international groups and individuals from America , Canada , Europe Indonesia, Malaysia and many other countries during the last Maha Kumbhs held in 2001 (Prayag), 2010, 2021 (Haridwar) and 2018 (Prayag).We provide a unique experience to seekers along with comfortable lodging, boarding and facilities to explore various facets of the Mela. 

Our Accommodation provides modern amenities blended with the aura of divine presence of yogis and spiritual leaders. We will provide well-appointed cottages along with a vegetarian cafeteria very close to the main Kumbh Mela ground.

We will have guided tours on specific days of Shahi-Snan, which is the main attraction of Kumbh-Mela. On these bathing days Sadhus of different Akharas take holi bath in the confluence (Sangam). These Sadhus are holding the symbols of their Akharas (Sects) and their weapons with them during the procession, normally, each of the Akharas marches like a Royal possession with beautiful large Umbrellas on their Chariots.

Our guided tour will take interested guests through the most suitable route to experience Royal baths and procession in the best possible manner. Normally, we start early morning around 3 or 4 am to reach Kumbh-Mela ground to find best place to watch the processions. 

Activities in our premises: 

• Daily Hawan and Kirtan in premises

• Religious discourse and discussion to provide guests an insight into Indian Philosophy and spirituality

• Guided Trips to Akahada’s and important Ashrams and sacred spots

• Arranging discussions/meetings with Sadhus, Scholars and Nagas

 Sahi Snan Dates : 

• 14th January- Makar sankranti 

• 29th January- Maagh Amavasya

• 2 February- Basant Panchmi

• 26 February- Maha shivratri (Festival ending dates)

 Other important bathing dates : 

• Paush Poornima 13 January 2025

• Achla Saptami 4 February 2025

• Maghi Poornima 12 February 2025

• Maha Shivratri 26 February 2025

For kumbh 2025 tour packages, mail us at info@templetouronline.com

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The Kumbh Mela is a major Hindu festival and pilgrimage that takes place in four locations in India: Prayagraj, Haridwar, Nashik, and Ujjain. Pilgrims gather to bathe in the sacred rivers during specific astrological configurations believed to bring spiritual benefits.

The Kumbh Mela is held periodically, with each location hosting the festival every 12 years. The Ardh Kumbh Mela occurs every six years, and the Purna Kumbh Mela, the larger version, occurs every 12 years.

The specific location for the Kumbh Mela in 2025 will depend on the 12-year cycle. Prayagraj (formerly Allahabad) is one of the major sites where the festival is regularly held.

Bathing in the holy rivers during the Kumbh Mela is believed to cleanse the soul of sins and bestow spiritual merit. The specific dates for bathing are considered highly auspicious.

Pilgrims and visitors can participate in the Kumbh Mela by attending the bathing days, engaging in rituals, attending religious discourses, and experiencing the cultural and spiritual atmosphere.

The Kumbh Mela involves various religious rituals, processions, and cultural events. The Akhara processions, where different sects of sadhus march to the river for a holy dip, are significant.

Due to the massive influx of pilgrims, security measures are stringent. Local authorities, along with state and central agencies, work together to manage crowd control, medical facilities, and overall security.

Temporary accommodation facilities, including tents and makeshift shelters, are often set up to accommodate the large number of pilgrims. Pilgrims may also make their own arrangements or stay in local hotels.

Apart from the religious and spiritual aspects, tourists can experience cultural performances, attend religious discourses, and witness the unique traditions and customs of the various sadhu sects.
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