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If you are a person of Indian origin, you must be aware of the Kumbh mela that is held every three years in the months between July and September. The Kumbh mela is one of the most sought after hindu pilgrimages where hindu pilgrims of faith and devotion gather in this mela to take sacred bath in the holy rivers of India.
The kumbh mela is held every three years at each of these four locations- Nashik, Allahabad, haridwar and Ujjain. This year, the mela is held at Nashik, from 14th July to 25th September and returns to these four places after every 12 years. Sadhus, saints, and all kinds of hindu followers take holy dip in the sacred river for purification of their soul in Godavari in Trimbakeshwar at Nashik. During the prime bathing dates- called Shahi Snan, saints take on glorious processions of elephant rides and chariots at sunrise.
As they ride on, they impart blessings to all those present on this auspicious occasion. The saints then move forward in groups and take their dip in the holy river Godavari sequentially.
Nashik is an ancient holy city located on the banks of the river Godavari.
Nashik is one of the most prominent holy destinations of India and is of significant mythological importance not only because it is one of the major locations of the Nashik Kumbh mela but also because it is home to more than 100 ancient temples including major shiva temples and jyotirlinga. It is believed that Lord Rama spent 14 years of his life in exile at Nashik.
The city is 170kms away from the state capital Mumbai. Blessed with pleasant weather throughout the year, Nashik is one of the most tourist friendly destinations of the country. With verdant scenic surroundings, lush green valleys, Nashik is home to plenty of vineyards and orchards with more than 37 wineries to the city’s credit. Surrounded by nine hills and lakes, the place is a scenic delight.
Besides the global gathering during Nashik Kumbh mela and many religious attractions, tourists also visit the city to catch sight of places like the Gargoti museum that has a collection of zeolites, and the Coin museum that holds the collection of Indian currency system that includes coins, moulds, replicas, dyes and photographs, the Artillery center and the Pandava caves.
The previous Nashik Kumbh mela was held in 2003 and brought 6 million people from around the world to this major ceremony. So, in the midst of such a colossal gathering, it is best advisable to skip the hassles of a public transport and choose a oneway cab from Mumbai to Nashik Kumbh Mela. Since there is no parking facility for vehicles in and around 4km radius, you need to walk down to the Godavari river. Why not book a one way cab with us from Mumbai to Nashik Kumbh Mela so that you get dropped exactly at the right spot and escape the hassles?
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