Find here 14 Truly Facts about Kumbh Mela Chatara Nepal. Get here some facts about Kumbh Mela in Nepal which is held in Chatara of eastern region of Nepal. It is one of the most holy festival of Nepal among Hindu religion.
14 Truly Facts about Kumbh Mela Chatara Nepal
Nepal’s very special and Holy religious festival Maha Kumbh Mela is celebrated at the bank of holy Sapta Koshi River in Chatara Dham of Baraha Kshetra in Sunsari district of Koshi zone in Nepal. Kumbha Mela is one of the most extraordinary displays of faith on Earth, a spectacular journey which takes place once every 12 years.
- Nepal’s first Jagatguru Balsanta Mohan Sharan Devacharya had called for a first
- Kumbha Mela 12 years ago by searching for facts that in the ancient and pauranic times,
- gods, organized Kumbha Mela in Chataradham of Barahachhetra in the present day of Sunsari.
- Nepal has become 5th destination for Kumbha Mela, including Haridwar, Allahabad (Prayaga), Nashik and Ujjain.
- Second Kumbha Mela is being organized in Nepal from Chaitra-17 to Baishak 19 (March 31-May 2, 2014)
- Nepal’s very specific Maha Kumbh Mela has began at the bank of holy Sapta Koshi River in C-hatara dham of Barahachhetra in Sunsari district.
- This Maha Kumbha Mela was formally inaugurated by Prime Minister Sushil Koirala.
- The government also granted 5 million rupees to the organizer of Mahakumbha Mela.
- It is estimated that some 10 million piligrim from Nepal and India will visit the religious assembly that is observed in every 12 years.
- A bath here is said to wash away all of one’s sins and free one from cycle of re-birth.
- Kumbha means a pitcher and mela means fair in Hindi. At is believed in Hindi
Mythology that drops of nectar fell from the Kumbha carried by gods after the sea was
- Necessary arrangements were made for road ways, electricity, drinking water, mobile health camps, male and female toilets as well as ambulances.
- Barahchhetra is one of the major pilgrimages of Nepal, located at Sunsari district where the Saptakoshi River emerges and flows towards Terai.
- The fair has also been billed as Ardha Kumbha to mean the small form of the largest Kumbha Mela held in India.