The dates of Royal Bath or Shahi Snan are predetermined and varying every year. The upcoming Simhastha Kumbh Mela will be held in Ujjain in the year 2016 and the pre decided Snan dates are: –
Mahakumbh ommence 22nd April 2016 (Friday)
Pancheshani Yatra during 01st to 05th May 2016
Vaishakh Krishna Amavasya 06th May 2016 (Friday)
Shukla Tritiya 09th May 2016 (Monday)
Shukla Panchami 11th May 2016 (Wednesday)
Mohini Ekadashi 17th May 2016 (Tuesday)
Pradosh 19th May 2016 (Thursday)
Poornima 21st May 2016 (Saturday)
‘Ujjain’ means the ‘city of victory’ is located on the bank of the holy river Kshipra, exists on the western boundary of Madhya Pradesh. According to believes it is one of the seven religious places in India to procure deliverance or salvation.
Ujjain also home the Mahakaleshwar Jyotirlinga of lord Shiva, one of the twelve Jyotirlinga temples of Shiva in India, this is also pious place where Shri Krishna, with Balarama and Sudama, received the gayn (education) from Maharishi Sandipani.
Ujjain is one of the four most sacred and pious places (Haridwar, Allahabad, Nashik and Ujjain) where Kumbh Mela, take place by rotation after a gap of 12 long years.
Kumbh Mela is the most spiritual festival of Ujjain and the legends behind the origin of Kumbh Mela celebrated is a legendary story. Once God and demons stir the milky ocean to acquire immortality (the kumbh of nector). It take 12 days to search the kumbh of nector in the heaven (1 day of gods is equal to the 1 year of the humans). At the same time, in the struggle (God and demons) of chasing the nectar of immortality, some drop of nectar fell on this place (Haridwar, Allahabad, Nashik and Ujjain); it makes these cities sacred. So the Kumbh Mela is held at each of these four places after every 12 years in rotation.
According to astrologers, the place of Kumbh Mela is depends upon the location of Sun, Moon, and Jupiter in different zodiac signs. It takes place at Ujjain when Jupiter is in Leo and Sun is in Aries, or when all three are in Libra in Vrishchik month.
During the Kumbh Mela celebration at Ujjain millions of spiritual devotees and
Mahatmas from every corner attend the religious ceremony of Kumbh Mela and take a holy dip in the sacred river Kshipra.
They strongly believe that this holy dip in the holy water of Kshipra river will washes away all the sins, make the soul divine and ends the cycle of rebirth and death.
The Kumbh Mela of Ujjain is popularly known as Simhastha Kumbh Mela or Poorna Kumbh Mela.
It is believed that at the time of this historic moment of Maha Kumbh Mela the river change itself in to that holy spot which was filled with ancient amrita. At that time a number of most amazing saints from all across India visit this place including the Naga Sadhus (who never wear any cloth and are smeared in ash) Parivajakas ( who taken a vow of silence) Shirshasins ( stand 24 hours and meditate).
People who witness this spiritual event experience a unique combination of divinity and purity and consider it as an opportunity and feel the good fortune to gets Darshan of these sadhus and priests with the blazing elephants and camels.
Do not miss the opportunity to purify your soul and material body.
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