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Kumbh Mela Kumbh Mela is one of the largest Hindu religious fairs which takes place every fourth year at four different places depends on positions of planets. Not only Hindus from India but a large number of tourists, pilgrims and foreigners take part in this event. Sages and ascetics dressed in saffron attires attend the Kumbh Mela in a great deal. The mela is celebrated at four different places: NASHIK - at the banks of the Godavari River, HARIDWAR - on the Ganges River, Ujjain – on the Kshipra (Shipra) River, in Allahabad - at Sangam River of the Ganges, Yamuna and Saraswati which was earlier known as Prayag. History of Kumbh Mela To regain the strength which was lost by demigods due to the curse Durvasa, they approached Lord Brahma & amp; Lord Shiva who advised them to pray to Lord Vishnu, who instructed them to churn Ksheera Sagara (Ocean of Milk) to get the Amrit (Nectar of Immortality). As the demigods had lost their strengths, it became sturdy for them to take up this task alone. In order to complete this task, they went into a mutual agreement with the demons and to share half of the nectar of immortality. The Mandara Mountain was used as a churning rod. At first, a pot of deadly poison was produced, which was drunk by Lord Shiva. When the Kumbh (pot) of the immortal nectar appeared, the demigods, fearing the ill intents of the devils, seized the pot. Learning that their part of the agreement has not been kept, the demons went after the demigods and the chase continued for 12 days and 12 nights. While the demigods were hiding and running, the nectar from the pot fell at four different places -Allahabad, Haridwar, Nashik and Ujjain. Since then, it has been believed that these places possess mystical powers and hence Kumbh Mela is celebrated at these places. As 12 days of gods is equivalent to 12 years of human beings, it is celebrated after every 12 years at these holy places. Package cost : (per person on double sharing per night ) Luxury Swiss Tent ( AP ) For non-bathing date: Rs. 14000/- For Bathing date: Rs. 18000/- Deluxe Swiss Tent ( AP) For non-bathing date: Rs. 10000/- For Bathing date : Rs.13000/- Economy Tent ( CP basis ) For non-bathing date: Rs. 3500/- For Bathing date: Rs. 5500/- Special Note:- • Minimum 03 Nights require On bathing dates. • 5% GST Extra on total booking Amenities • Pick up & Drop from Allahabad Railway Station / Bus Stand • Above rates are on double/twin sharing basis. • Attached washrooms • 24hr water supply • Complete bed • Hot water on demand • Complete comfortable and cosy beds • Complete toiletries • Wi-Fi • First Aid • Breakfast lunch & dinner ( Deluxe & Luxury) Bathing Dates of Ardh Kumbh Mela-2019 Day Date Makar Sankranti (1St shahi Snan) 15 January 2019 Paush Purnima 21 January 2019 Mauni Amavasya (Main Royal Bath 2nd Shahi Snan) 04 February 2019 Basant Panchami (3rd shahi Snan) 10 February 2019 Maghi Poornima 19 February 2019 Maha Shivratri 04 March 2019
Maditnat Jumeirah Dubai Special Offer for Indian Market only at Madinat Jumeirah Hotel , Dubai Stay Period: 2nd May 2017 – 6th Jan 2018 (Both dates inclusive) Complimentary daily access to Wild Wadi Waterpark™. Complimentary Wi-Fi Internet access throughout the resort. Complimentary half board dine around can be availed across 60 restaurants Complimentary access to the private 2km beach with views of Burj Al Arab Jumeirah. Complimentary access to Sinbad’s kids club Complimentary shuttle bus service to Mall of the Emirates. Room rates are inclusive of breakfast, 10 % service charge, 10 % Municipality fee & subject to Department of Dubai Tourism & Commercial Marketing Tourism Dirham Fee of AED 20 per bedroom per night. One complimentary Dinner for 2 adults and 2 children below 12 years old at Naya Restaurant for minimum length of stay for three (3) nights The offer is applicable for all new bookings made before the above mentioned Book By date. Applicable for selected category rooms only.
A Very Happy Dhanteras To All !! On Dhanteras, Lakshmi - the Goddess of wealth - is worshiped to provide prosperity and well being. It is also the day for celebrating wealth, as the word 'Dhan' literally means wealth and 'Tera' comes from the date 13th. In the evening, the lamp is lit and Dhan-Lakshmi is welcomed into the house. Alpana or Rangoli designs are drawn on pathways including the goddess' footprints to mark the arrival of Lakshmi. Aartis or devotional hymns are sung eulogizing Goddess Lakshmi and sweets and fruits are offered to her. Hindus also worship Lord Kuber as the treasurer of wealth and bestower of riches, along with Goddess Lakshmi on Dhanteras. This custom of worshiping Lakshmi and Kuber together is in the prospect of doubling the benefits of such prayers. People flock to the jewelers and buy gold or silver jewelry or utensils to venerate the occasion of Dhanteras. Many wear new clothes and wear jewelry as they light the first lamp of Diwali.
Angriya Cruise is India’s first domestic cruise liner and takes a total of 14 hours to cover the sea journey between Mumbai and Goa. Angriya Cruise is India’s first domestic cruise liner and takes a total of 14 hours to cover the sea journey between Mumbai and Goa. Just ahead of the festive season of Diwali and winter holidays in December, India’s first domestic luxury cruise liner has started operations from this month. The journey onboard Angriya Cruise, which plies between the popular Mumbai-Goa route, begins with a breathtaking view of sunset in the Arabian Sea and ends 14 hours later with another spectacular sight of sunrise along the Konkan coast. In between tourists to Goa can feast on international cuisine at exquisite restaurants and bars, enjoy dance and music at the lounge, have fun at the infinity pool or click selfies at the open deck area. Built in Japan, Angriya is a luxurious 7-deck passenger ship which is 131-meter long and can accommodate about 400 passengers. If you walk around the entire ship you will cover a distance of 4 km. On an average, the cruise liner runs at a speed of 16 nautical miles per hour but can attain a maximum speed of 25.5 nautical miles. Angriya cruise departs from Mumbai’s Victoria Docks at 4 pm and arrives at Goa’s Mormugao Cruise Terminal at 9 am the next day. The return journey from Goa begins at 4 pm and ends at 9 am the day after.
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