Bathing Festival in Ganga

From the dawn of the ancient era, the traditional Ganga bathing festival is still maintained by the followers of Hindu religion. Whenever the festival is organized in Haridwar, it provides a fascinating sight to see with the setting sun. Pilgrims, rishis, sadhus and other devout Hindus add life to the exuberance of such ancient bathing festivals.

In the beginning of the big festivals like Kumbh Mela and Ganga Dasehra worshippers and tourists across the world visit here mainly for taking a bathe into the holy water of Ganges. In the month of the Kartik the Ganga Mahotsav is organized on the eve of Dev Deepawali. Some of the Ganga festivals constitute Maha Shivratri, Ram Navmi, Amavasya, Makar Sakranti and Kumbh Mela. These festivals show the culture and the spirituality of the Hindu religion in India. These fests also enhance the popularity of Haridwar as a revered pilgrimage destination in Uttarakhand state.


• Kumbh Mela • Makar Sakranti • Maha Shivratri
• RamNavmi • Baisakhi • Buddha Poornima
• Ganga Saptami • Ganga Dussehra • Kanwar Mela
• Somwati Amavasya • Janmashtmi • Durga Puja
• Kartik Poornima • Ekadashis • Poornimas
• Amavasyas • Surya Grahans • Chandra Grahans




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