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Countdown of akhadas begins in Mahakumbh, convoy of nostalgic akhadas reaches Kumbh city Prayagraj

Nita Yadav

By Nita Yadav

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Entrance to Akharas in Kumbha Nagri

Preparations for Mahakumbh, the world’s largest religious event to be held in Prayagraj from January next year, are in full swing. Meanwhile, the countdown to the arrival of the arenas for this grand event has also started. Sanatan Dharma Akharas, the biggest attraction of Maha Kumbh, have started entering the city of Kumbh. Shri Panchayati Akhara Bada Udsin has entered the city with his Pancha Parameswara amidst musical instruments. Bada Udsin Akhara has become the first Akhara for Kumbh to enter Prayagraj.

Shree Panchayati Akhara is the most melodious of the 13 Akharas of Hinduism, a procession that proceeds with musical instruments in the Kumbha city of Prayagraj. Walking ahead of the procession is the Saint Ramata Panch, who holds the highest honor of this Akhara, called the Panch Parameshwar. After traveling from different areas across the country, they have entered Prayagraj to participate in the Mahakumbh.

The headquarters of the arena is in Prayagraj.

Actually the headquarters of this arena is in Prayagraj. All Akharas come to Kumbha city after completing their temporary stay to participate in Mahakumbh. In common parlance it is called the tradition of entering the city. During the Yatra of Panch Parameshwar entering the city, people showered rose petals on the streets from which the procession to this arena took off. The mayor of the city himself was also present here to welcome them.

Ramta Panch stayed at Kidganj

Hailing from the state of Bihar, the Ramta Panch of this Akhara has settled in their temporary headquarters at Kidganj. After completing the entry of the akhadas in the city, their full focus will now be on entering their respective cantonments in the Kumbh area, called Peshwai. Before Peshwai, the Akharas put up a huge religious flag of their own in the Kumbh area so that members of the Akharas and devotees coming to the Kumbh area from across the country and the world can easily reach the Akhara camp by seeing it. from a distance. After the Dharam Dhwaja tradition is completed, the Akhara will enter the Kumbh. The Akhara will stay in Kumbh for two months to see which tourists and devotees flock to Kumbh from all over the country to see the biggest royal bathing event of the Akharas.

Nita Yadav

Nita Yadav

I am Nita Yadav, specializing in writing about politics and breaking national news. My focus is on delivering insightful and timely perspectives on these crucial topics, aiming to inform and engage my readers effectively.

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