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1. Magh Mela 2020-21
Magh Mela 2020-21
Name of Festival
3. PM Modi addresses Kisan Sammelan held in Madhya Pradesh
Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi addressed Kisan Sammelan held across Madhya Pradesh through video conferencing. He also inaugurated and laid foundation stone for cold storage infrastructure and other facilities.
Speaking on the occasion, the Prime Minister stressed, no matter how hard the farmer works, if there is no proper storage of fruits-vegetables-grains, then the farmer is bound to suffer huge losses. He urged the business world to contribute in developing modern storage facilitie
4. Deoghar Baba Baidyanath Dham - Shrawan Mela
Deoghar Baba Baidyanath Dham - Shrawan Mela
The importance of Babadham increases during the month of Shrawan. During this period, lakhs of devotees throng the Baba Baidyanath temple. Most of them first visit Sultanganj, which is 105 km from Babadham.
In Sultanganj, the Ganges flows to the North. It is from this place that the devotees collect water in their kanwars and carry the holy Ganges water, with the kanwars on their shoulders. They walk 109 km up to Baba B
5. Kumbh Mela Dates
Kumbh Mela, the grandest of all gatherings is a commingling of millions of souls that come together to purge themselves before entering the heavenly realm of God; it is an open invitation, which is grabbed on like the very last opportunity by the devotees to deem themselves fit for an entry. It is held every three years in each of the four different locations - Allahabad, Haridwar, Nasik and Ujjain, returning to each of the four places after a gap of every twelve years. Besides the regular Kumbh Mela, an
6. कुम्भ मेला 2019: Kumbh Mela
कुम्भ मेला 2019: Kumbh Mela
आस्था, विश्वास, सौहार्द एवं संस्कृतियों के मिलन का पर्व है “कुम्भ”। ज्ञान, चेतना और उसका परस्पर मंथन कुम्भ मेले का वो आयाम है जो आदि काल से ही हिन्दू धर्मावलम्बियों
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7. Sonpur Mela 2018 Date: A Fair of Tradition
Sonpur Mela 2018 Dates
In 2018, Sonepur festival is likely to be starting from 21st of November and will conclude on 22nd December 2018. This month-long festival holds a lot of importance. Bejeweled elephants are a great sight to behold.
Sonepur situated on the confluence of the holy rivers Ganga and Gandak, has the reverence of a blessed ground. A bath at the confluence and a visit to the Hariharnath temple here is the aim for thousands of devotees