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Maha Kumbha Mela concludes
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Maha Kumbha Mela concludes

October 16, 2022

Congress is mired in corruption: CM Bommai K.R. Pet: Alleging that Congress was mired in corruption when in power and that is why the people voted it out of power, Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai said that  top Congress leader Rahul Gandhi may have forgotten the huge scams when the Congress Government was in power in…

Kashi-like Religious Corridors in Karnataka
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Kashi-like Religious Corridors in Karnataka

October 15, 2022

CM Bommai asks Muzrai Department to identify projects for transforming spiritual destinations  UP Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath to attend Kumbha Mela valedictory at K.R. Pet tomorrow Mandya: Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai has sought a report from the Muzrai Department on the possibility of developing Religious Corridors in Karnataka as being done in Uttar Pradesh and…

3-day Kumbha Mela concludes with ‘Punya Snana’
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3-day Kumbha Mela concludes with ‘Punya Snana’

February 19, 2019

A sea of devotees across South India witness final day T. Narasipur: The three-day 11th edition of Kumbha Mela at Tirumakudalu Narasipur concluded with thousands of devotees taking ‘Punya Snana’ (sacred bath) in the auspicious ‘Meena and Vrushaba Lagnas’ between 9.15 am and 11.45 am at Triveni Sangama in T. Narasipur this morning. A sea…

Varanasi-like ‘Ganga Aarti’ performed at T. Narasipur
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Varanasi-like ‘Ganga Aarti’ performed at T. Narasipur

February 19, 2019

Large crowd including Seers and Ministers witness rituals T. Narasipur: The ‘Ganga Aarti’ ritual, which is one of the magnificent events in Varanasi, was conducted for the first time at Triveni Sangama in the town on the second day of the 11th edition of Kumbha Mela yesterday after the sunset. The three-day mega cultural and…

Grand procession of Sadhus mark Day-2 of Kumbha Mela
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Grand procession of Sadhus mark Day-2 of Kumbha Mela

February 19, 2019

T. Narasipur: A grand procession of hundreds of Balasanyasis and Sadhus, including those from North India, on main streets of the temple town last evening marked the second day of Kumbha Mela. The colourful procession, along with folk troupes, which began from Gunjanarasimhaswamy Temple, passed through Vishwakarma Street, Bhagawan Talkies Road, Bus Stand, Link Road…

Kumbha Mela at T. Narasipur
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Kumbha Mela at T. Narasipur

February 18, 2019

Punya Snana tomorrow from 9.15 am to 11.45 am T. Narasipur:  The three-day Kumbha Mela at Tirumakudlu Narasipur saw thousands throng the place to take a holy dip in Triveni Sangam yesterday. The 11th edition of Kumbha Mela is being held at T. Narasipur, which is where Cauvery, Kapila and Spatika rivers meet. It is…

Kumbha Mela begins at T. Narasipur
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Kumbha Mela begins at T. Narasipur

February 17, 2019

Mysuru:  Hundreds of people cutting age barriers took a holy dip at Triveni Sangama, the confluence of Cauvery, Kapila and mythical Spatika Sarovara rivers, signalling the beginning of 11th edition of Kumbha Mela at Tirumakudlu Narasipur town in the district this morning. Enthusiastic crowd, comprising youths, men, women, children, elderly, sages and balasanyasis, took the…

Triveni Sangama comes alive with special lighting arrangements
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Triveni Sangama comes alive with special lighting arrangements

February 17, 2019

Mysuru: The District Administration has made elaborate security arrangements for the three-day Kumbha Mela that began at Triveni Sangama, the confluence of Cauvery, Kapila and Spatika Sarovara rivers from today. Kumbha Mela, which is the largest peaceful gathering of pilgrims of the district, will be held once in three years that marks the celebration of…

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