haridwar kumbh mela Tour Guide


Kumbh Mela Guide Tour India easy Trip provides you Kumbh Mela guide tour. This is the best way to learn about Sadhus, Kumbh Mela, rituals & Haridwar. We have experience guide will explain you about the culture, about the city & about the bathing ritual. The headliner of the celebration is custom washing at the banks of the waterway in whichever city it is being held. Different exercises incorporate strict arranging, reverential singing, mass taking care of blessed people and poor people, and strict congregations where principles are discussed and institutionalized. Kumbh Mela is the most holy of the considerable number of journeys. 1000s of heavenly people join in, and the propitiousness of the reasonable is to some extent inferable from this. The sadhus are seen clad in saffron sheets with cinders and powder spotted on their skin per the necessities of extremely old customs. A few, called Naga Sanyasis, may not wear any clothes even in serious winter.

Kumbh mela Tour Guide Question & Answer

Tourist guides have a big role in Kumbh Mela. Because they are aware of the local routes here. And that can take you to the nearest.

Q.1- Why is Kumbh Mela held every 12 years?

Ans- The war between the gods and the demons over the possession of the Nectar of immortality lasted for 12 divine days which are equivalent to 12 human years. Therefore, the Kumbh Mela is held every 12 years at the 4 holy sites.

Q.2- Who are Naga Sadhus?

Ans- The Naga Sadhu are the followers of Lord Shiva. They don’t wear clothes and live ascetic life leave all their desires for body, comfort and material.

Q.3- Why do Naga Sadhus smear ashes (bhasma) on their bodies?

Ans- The Naga Sadhus smear their bodies with the ashes of the burned dead bodies to signify their faith to the Lord Shiva.

Q.4- What is Mahakumbh?

Ans- The Mahakumbh Mela is held every 144 years at Prayagraj(Allahabad), after the completion of 12 Kumbh Melas. The Kumbh Mela is held every 12 years and hence, the Maha Kumbh Mela is held 144 years (12*12).

Q.5- How many Akharas take part in the Kumbh Mela?

Ans- There were 5 Akharas (Naga Akhara, Niranjani Akhara, Vaishnava Akhara, Mahanirvani Akhara and Juna Akhara) which would take part in Kumbh Mela. But due to many ideological differences, these 5 Akharas were further divided into 13 categories, mainly of Shaiv, Vaishnav and Udasin sects.

Q.6- What is the facility provided by Govt. in Kumbh Mela?

Ans- The Govt. of Uttarakhand has made many arrangements to keep in mind guest requirements. Govt. has made temporary bridges, roads, water tanks, ghats, cloth changing rooms, shuttle service, customer service centers, banks, atms, portable toilets etc.

Q.7- What is the importance of Kumbh Mela?

Ans- The Kumbh Mela is the largest festive Mela in the world. As per Hindu Sculptures, at the time of Samundra Manthan, a few drops Nectar fall at four places in India. These are the places we celebrate the Kumbh Mela. Also, the Kumbh Mela destinations have been the victim of the presence of various Gods and Goddess, and some unbelievable miracles. All these things explain the importance of the Kumbh Mela.

Q.8- Why should you attend Kumbh Mela?

Ans- There are lots of reason to attend the Kumbh Mela such as:- For the purification of the soul, and to feel the spirituality and real divine attraction and to get the Salvation. According to the Guinness World Record and UNESCO and all other such agencies, the Kumbh Mela is the largest festival in the World and it contains the largest crowd. Also, it’s the only festive Mela which contains largest no of foreign tourists. It is a matter of pride for India that it has all 4 destination of Kumbh Mela. Therefore, being a proud Indian, you should attain the Kumbh Mela.

Haridwar Kumbh Mela Walking Tour