Previous article Next article


South India's Kumbha Mela Held at Mysore


on 2001/2/10 8:48:02 ( 1298 reads )


Source: The Hindu





MYSORE, INDIA, February 4, 2001: With the approaching Maha Sivaratri celebrations, the Kumbha Mela at Allahabad where millions have taken a purifying dip will soon end. Devout Hindus are now focused on a three-day Mela from February 6-8 in Mysore District at Tirumakudala Narsipura. This site, where three sacred rivers also join, has gained significance since 1989. When the Swamjis of Kailas Ashrama Mahasamsthana Math, Adichunchanagiri Math, Suttur Math and Omkarashrama Mahasamsthana Mathi in the region realized that sages Agastya, Gargamuni and Markandeya had worshiped and done penance at the confluence, the Mela at T. Narsipura has been well attended, especially by those who can't make it to the mela in the north.




Previous article Next article
The comments are owned by the author. We aren't responsible for their content.
Copyright© 2016 Himalayan Academy. All rights reserved.

Get from the App Store Android app on Google Play