26 Aug 2015
Nasik: Tens of thousands of devout Hindus took a dip in the water of the river Godavari to cleanse themselves of their sins, marking the first major bath of the Kumbh Mela (pitcher festival) in the Nasik today.
17 Aug 2015
Mumbai: Central Railway has decided to run unreserved special trains from Nasik Road to Aurangabad, Amaravati, Daund and Itarsi as well as between Devlali and Wardha to clear the extra rush of pilgrims during the ongoing Kumbha Mela in Nashik.
18 Jul 2015
Nashik: 'Maha Kumbh Akhand Jyot', a one-of-its-kind lamp having the longest wick of 3,617-km, the same as the distance from Kashmir to Kanyakumari, was illuminated on the opening day of the Simhastha Kumbh here and will continue to burn for all the 108 days.
20 Jul 2015
Rajahmundry (AP): In view of the huge rush of pilgrims for the 12-day long Godavari Pushkaram here, Andhra Pradesh government has decided to keep the ghats open for 24 hours and also announced two day special holiday from today.
15 Jul 2015
Mumbai: Railway has made special arrangements for pilgrims heading to Nashik for Kumbh Mela and has upgraded and extended facilities at the local train station for smooth journey of devotees.
14 Jul 2015
Trimbakeshwar/Nashik: Simhastha Kumbh Mela, the largest congregation of faith in the world, began today with the traditional ceremony of hoisting of flags and thousands of people taking a holy dip in Kushawart and Ramkund in Godavari river in the two towns.
14 Jul 2015
Nashik: The Shree Ganga Godavari Temple at Ramkund today threw open its doors after 12 years to coincide with the Simhastha Kumbh Mela 2015, which begun in the twin pilgrim centres of Nashik and Trimbakeshwar.
01 Aug 2015
Shirdi: Shri Saibaba Sansthan Trust (SSST) has announced changes in the timing of Shri Saibaba's aaratis with effect from today, in view of the heavy rush of pilgrims during the ongoing Kumbh Mela.
13 Aug 2015
Ranchi: Jharkhand government today issued an order banning 'special darshan' at Baidyanath temple in Deoghar district till the end of month-long 'Shravani Mela'.