When Guru (Jupiter) and the Sun lies in the zodiac sign Leo (Simha Rashi), the Kumbh is celebrated in Trimbakeshwar, Nashik. The traditional Dhwajaraohan (flag hoisting ceremony) collected a much of political shelling at the Kumbh Mela in Trimbakeshwar 2015.
According to the reports, the Kumbh Mela in 2013 was organized better way than FIFA World cup in Brazil. This is the importance of this religious congregation that challenges the super hyped world football championship. Yes, Maha Kumbh Mela is one such extravagant event that assures religious folks gather at one place to usher the pious water of Sangam to wash away their sins. According to mythological stories, when gods and demons were fighting over nectar, then Lord Vishnu flew away with the pot of nectar spilling drops of it at four different places that were Haridwar, Nashik, Prayag and Ujjain where the Kumbh Mela is celebrated now. The Maha Kumbh Mela, held every 12 years, is billed as the biggest gathering on Earth and attracts Nagas (naked holy men), assorted gurus and tourists from all over the world, and last was in 2013. People get away from their strict schedule and gather here with the vibes of spiritual essence in this mega event.
The Kumbh Mela which accounts for a grand gathering from people all over the globe to accumulate at one place marks the magnificence of this extravagant event. That is the reason Bollywood relates with the Kumbh Mela vibe in every other movie. Whenever, you need to jot down a new addition in the movie, voila Kumbh Mela separation plays an epic amalgamation. A spiritual chord when attached leads the belief transform to realty and so it happens in our very own cinema. The lost and found flick of Kumbh Mela has anecdotes attached. There was quite a redundant theme in Bollywood of sibling separation in Kumbh Mela. From the time of Dilip Kumar’s Ram and Shyam to Hema Malini’s Seeta aur Geeta, lost siblings ultimately reached their way after well grown-up adults and Indian cinema managed to add the happy ending column to it. That’s why we have our deep emotions knitted with Indian cinema.
Today, mobile phone is a blessing in Kumbh Mela for men, women to children. Here in every 10 minutes 10 people are reportedly found missing and technology imparts its role here.