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The Kumbha Mela (Devanagari: कुम्भ मेला), this wast Hindu river festival occurs four times every twelve years and rotates among four locations: Allahabad (Prayag), Haridwar, Ujjain and Nasik. Each twelve-year cycle includes one Maha Kumbh Mela (Great Kumbh Mela) at Prayag (Allahabad), which is attended by millions of people. "Mela" means "gathering" or "sacred pilgrimage" and Kumbha Mela is indeed the largest religious gathering in the world. Here wast amounts of people come together to wash away their sins in the holiest rivers of India.








Inside the temple compound



"Under the Mango tree"




Other pages on the Pancha Bhoota Sthalams in India on this website:

Sri Ekambeswara Swamy Temple, Kanchipuram, Tamil Nadu - representing the earth element
Sri Jambukareswara Swamy Temple, Thiruvanaikaival, Tamil Nadu - representing the water element
Sri Kalahasteeswara Swamy Temple, Sri Kalahasti, Tamil Nadu - representing the air or wind element
Sri Nataraja Swamy Temple, Chidambaram, Tamil Nadu - representing the ether (Akasha) element  ►  created by BP