What is Kumbh Mela 2019
Kumbha Mela Parva is an important festival of Hindu religion, where hundreds of devotees bath in Kumbh Mela, Haridwar, Prayag, Ujjain, and Nashik. In each of these places, every twelfth year and in the Prayag,
there are two semi-hollows between two Kumbh festivals in intervals of six years. The 2013 Aquarius was in Prayag. Semi-Kumbh Mela will be organized in Prayag in 2019.
According to astronomical calculations, this fair begins on the day of Makar Sankranti, when the Sun and Moon enter into the Scorpio and Jupiter in the Aries amount.
This yoga of Makar Sankranti is called “Kumbh bath-yoga” and this day is considered a special mangal because it is believed that on this day the doors of high seas from the earth open on this day and thus this day the bath By doing so the soul gets the realization of high seasons with ease. Bathing here is considered a paradise view.
Ardh Kumbh अर्ध कुम्भ (Semi-quadrangle)
The word ‘half’ means half and so for the reason that in the interval of twelve years, the semi-Kumbh is held between the full moon, ie six years after the completion of the Kumbha Mela.
The last Kumbha in Haridwar happened in 1998. In Haridwar, it was run from 26th January to 14th May 2004, after the formation of the Ardh Kumbh Mela 2019 date, Uttaranchal state, it was the first such occasion. During this, April 14, 2004, was considered the most auspicious day for the sacred bath.
Prayagraj Kumbh Special Bath Day in 2019
जनवरी 15 से मार्च 4, 2019
The mythology of Kumbh Mela
Two or three mythological stories are prevalent for organizing Kumbha Parva, the most famous of which is the destruction of nectar drops from the elixir of Aquarius received from the sea monk by the demons.
According to this legend, when Indra and other deities became weak due to the curse of Maharishi Durvas, then the demons invaded the Gods and defeated them. Then Lord Vishnu, with the help of the demons, churned Kshirsagar and advised to remove the nectar.
When Lord Vishnu said such a thing, the entire deity was engaged in a treaty with the demons and tried to get rid of nectar. As the emancipation of the Amrit Kumbh, Indraprastha ‘Jayant’ flew into the sky about the Amrit-Kalash at the behest of deities.
After that, according to the order of Dainikguru Shukracharya, the demons followed Jayant to withdraw the nectar, and after heavy labor, they caught Jayant in the middle of the road. Thereafter, there was an uninterrupted battle for twelve days in the Dev-Demons for empowering the nectar urn.
During this mutual encounter, drops of nectar dropped from four different places (Prayag, Haridwar, Ujjain, Nashik) of the earth.
At that time, due to the decline of the Moon, the Sun began to decline, the master kept breasting the demons, and Saturn defended the fear of Devendra. To calm the quarrels, God took the form of Mohini and distributed the nectar to everyone and given the right to drink. Thus the war of dev-demon war was ended
There was a continuous battle for the twelve days of interfaith between the demons and the demons. Hence the Aquarius Aquarius is also twelve. Four of them are on earth, and the remaining eight are feathered in Devlokas, only those who can receive the Deegan, humans are not there.
At the time when Chandradesiks had protected the pole, when the moon and sun-planet that protects the present zodiac signs of that time, the sum of the Kumbh is in that period, in which year the amount of sun, moon, and Jupiter is a coincidence. In the same year, in the sum of the same zodiac, wherever the nectar drops, there is a Kumbha festival.
History of Kumbh Mela
10,000 BC (BC) – Historian SB Roy empowered the ceremonial river bath.
600 BC – presence of river fairs in Buddhist articles.
400 BC – In the court of Emperor Chandragupta, the Greek envoy reported to a fair.
BC 300 AD – Roy believes that the present form of the fair took shape in this period. Lessons based on various mythologies and other ancient oral traditions have mentioned the falling of nectar on four different places on earth. First of all, the establishment of the Agam Akhara was formed after the fragmentation of the other arena.
547 – The written report of the most recent Akhara called Abhana is at this time.
600 – Chinese traveler Hyaan-Seng baths at Prayag (present Allahabad) in an Aquarius organized by Emperor Harsh.
9 04 – Formation of Niranjani Akhara.
1146 – The formation of the old arena.
1300 – Kanphata Yogi extremist activist working in the army of Rajasthan.
1398 – Timur destroys Delhi as a punishment for Sultan’s tolerance towards Hindus and then travels towards Haridwar fair and massacre of Hajra pilgrims. Detail – 13 9 8 Haridwar Maha Kumbh Massacre
1565 – Formation of combat units of the Dasam system by Madhusudan Saraswati.
1678 – The founder of Pranami sect, Mahatma Sri Pranathji, declared Vijayadhamid Buddha as untouchable.
1684 – French Traveler Russians estimate 12 lakh Hindu saints in India.
1690 – Conflicts in Shaiva and Vaishnava Sampradaya in Nashik; 60,000 dead
1760 – Conflicts between Shaivs and Vaishnavas in Haridwar Mela; 1,800 dead
1780 – Establishment of arrangements for royal baths of monastic groups by the British
1820 – 430 people have died due to the stampede in the Haridwar fair.
1 906- British Kalwari intervened in the fight between the sadhus in the fair.
1954 – Four million people ie 1% of India’s population participated in the Aquarius held in Allahabad; Many hundred people died in the stampede.
1989 – Guinness Book of World Records certified the presence of 15 million people in the Allahabad fair on February 6, which till then was the biggest crowd of people gathered for one purpose.
1995 – The presence of 20 million people on the bath day of January 30 during “Semi Kumbh” of Allahabad.
1998 – More than 50 million pilgrims visit Haridwar Maha Kumbh for four months; On April 14th, 10 million people attended.
2001 – During the six weeks in the Allahabad fair, 7 crore pilgrims, on the 24th January alone, 30 million people attend.
2003 – 60 lakh people attend the main bath day at Nasik Mela.
2004 – Ujjain Fair; Main Day 5, 19, 22, 24 April and 4 May
2007 – Semi Columbus in Allahabad The Semi-Kumbh held in the holy city of Allahabad held from January 3, 2007, to February 26, 2007.
2010 – Maha Kumbha commencement in Haridwar. From 14 January 2010 to 28 April 2010. Detail – 2010 Haridwar Maha Kumbh
2015 – Kumbh Mela was started on July 14, 2015, at 6:16 in Nashik and Trimbakeshwar together with the Kumbh Mela on September 25, 2012. 
2016 – beginning from 22 April in Ujjain
I hope this holy Kumbh fair, which will be held in Prayagraj, will cherish and cherish the spiritual, cultural and social diversity of the country, as well as play an important role in enhancing social harmony, unity, and harmony. On this occasion, all the people associated with organizing Holy Kumbh Mela and my warm greetings to millions of devotees coming to the fair.