The Magh Mela started in Prayagraj with a bath on Paush Purnima today. In Hinduism the month of Magha is considered very sacred. Chanting, penance, bathing, meditation, charity and virtue have special significance in the month of Magha. Magha Mela starts in Prayagraj every year from Paush Purnima. In the confluence of Ganga, Yamuna and the invisible Saraswati, lakhs of pilgrims gather in Prayagraj to take a dip and perform Kalpavas.
Magh Mela starts from Paush Purnima and continues till Mahashivratri (21 February 2020). The Magh Mela at Prayagraj will start from 10 January and will last for 43 days. The Magh fair, which lasts for 43 days, will have several major baths. In which the number of pilgrims increases considerably.
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There are major baths start on Paush Purnima on 10 January Makar Sankranti on 15 January, Mouni Amavasya on 24 January, Basant Panchami on 30 January, Maghi Purnima on 09 February and Mahashivratri on 21 February.
This fair, which lasts more than a month, settles the city of tents at the confluence age. From morning till night, the view here is completely different. During the Magh Mela in any corner of the world, so many people do not congregate in such a place, anywhere in the number of millions. Hence, tourists come from all over the world to capture the pictures here.
Kumbh Mela Prayagraj