Kumbha Sankranti 2020: Know the secrets of biggest Man Gathering in Kumbha Sankranti

By | April 26, 2020

 Kumbha Sankranti is also know as Kubha mela which is one of the biggest and auspicious religious gathering at one place. Many communities across the eastern parts in India celebrate the Kumbha mela or Kumbha sankranti in the favour of religious rituals. Millions of peoples and devotes came and meet at an point at the ghats of ganga. The festivial is been linked with some religious rituals and with some holy sprities which says that bathing in the river ganga in the Kumbha mela may help you to remove all yours sins and all evil sprites of past and future. On Kumbha Sankranti, the Sun is in a transitory phase and moves from Makar Rashi to Kumbha Rashi. Out of the twelve Sankranti that occur during a year, Kumbha Sankranti is the eleventh. Many communities across Eastern India celebrate Kumbha Sankranti with religious fervor.

Kumbha Sankranti Significance

Kumbha Sankranti has a lot of significance in Hindu religion. It is been believed that all the god and goddess of the universe take a holy dip in the rivers of the country and taking a dip in the river after that brings a lots of Joy and Happiness and Prosperity in the life of all the persons.   Many devotees visit Haridwar and Allahabad and offer prayers on the bank of Ganges. Several devotees take a holy dip in the waters of Godavari, Yamuna, Narmada and the Shipra, which are also considered holy rivers. Feeding cows are also considered an auspicious practice on this day

Important Dates for Kumbha Sankranti 2021  

SunriseFebruary 12th 2021   7: 05 AM
SunsetFebruary 12th 2021   6:17 PM
Punya Kaal MuhurtaFebruary 12th 2021   12:41- 6:17 PM
Maha Punya Kaal MuhurtaFebruary 12th 2021   4:25 – 6: 17 PM
SankrantiFebruary 12th 2021   9:18 PM

Kumbha Mela / Sankranti 2020 date

Name of Festival        Day    Date of Festival
Kumbha Sankranti / Kumbha Mela               Thursday 13 February 2020  

Kumbha Sankranti marks the beginning of the eleventh month in the Hindu calendar The time is been consider as most auspicious time for the offering food to the cows and Brahmins and for all the other Dan– Punya Activities.

Kumbha Sankranti Legend :

Kumbha Sankranti was started during 629 CE at the time of King Harshvardhan. Kumbh Mela is celebrated every 12 years at Haridwar, Allahabad, Ujjain, and Nashik on the banks of rivers Ganga, Sangam of Ganga and Yamuna, Shipra and Godavari respectively. People take a dip in these holy rivers, and it is believed that it makes you free from all your sins and makes you pure.

Every year millions of peoples attends the Kumbha Sankranti every y\ear. Peoples of all age group come and gather at the ghats of Ganga, Yummna, Shipra and Godavari to celebrate the auspicious occasion of Kumbha Sankranti. The peoples of all age group take dip in the rivers to take the blessings of all the gods, After taking the holy bath, the devotees visit temples located on the banks of the ghats to pray for peace and happiness. Making offerings to cows is considered auspicious on Kumbha Sankranti. Monks and devotees alike bathe in the holy rivers and seek solace for their present and future lives. The holy dip taken in rivers is known as Sankramana Snana.

Important dates Between 2017 to 2027 for the Kumbha Sankranti

2017Sunday,12th February
2018Tuesday, 13th February
2019Wednesday, 13th February
2020Thursday, 13th February
2021Friday, 12th February
2022Sunday,  13th February
2023Monday, 13th February
2024Tuesday, 13th February
2025Wednesday, 12th February
2026Friday, 13th February
2027Saturday, 13th February

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