Uttarakhand (Uttarakhand) Of Haridwar Kumbh In the akhadas of saints and saints have started coming. Everyday on the streets of Haridwar, people are gathering their postures by entering the Kumbh area with junkies equipped with elephants and horses. Thousands of saints coming in thousands will return after four main baths in the month of April.
During this time, along with the sadhus of Niranjan Akhara, Juna Akhara, Panchayati Akhara, Kinnar Sadhus and Naga Sadhus also hoisted the flag of their respective Akharas in Haridwar. On the next Shivaratri, there will be a Ganga bath, which will be seen as a rehearsal of the Kumbh bath. Many akharas are also upset with Uttarakhand and the Government of India’s Kovid Guide Lines. They say that when there is no ban in election rallies, then why is the government banning Katha Bhandara and people coming to Kumbh?
In the Haridwar Kumbh of Uttarakhand, the monastery of the saint saints has started coming, the Naga sadhus come to the Kumbh thrills .. pic.twitter.com/is21OjsjUr
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Know how long Haridwar Kumbh will last, when and when the royal bath will take place
Actually, due to coronavirus, this time the duration of Kumbh Mela has been reduced. This year the Kumbh Mela will run from April 1 to 30. Let me tell you that the first Kumbh Mela was to start from 27 February and it was to end on 27 April, but now the Kumbh Mela will only run from 1 to 30 April.
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This time it will be necessary to register first for Kumbh Snan. This time, Kumbh will be concluded on 12 April, 14 April and 27 April with the royal bath. According to the Kovid Guidelines, every person staying in all Ashram / Dharamshala / Hotel / Guest House will be required to bring negative Covid RT-PCR up to 72 hours before the date of arrival in Haridwar.