Read these mythological stories related to Mahakumbh
Haridwar Maha Kumbh Mela 2021- Taking a bath in Kumbh can get rid of all kinds of sins. But do you know about these mythological stories related to Mahakumbh. Today we have brought for you the mythological stories of Mahakumbh…
- Last Updated:February 28, 2021, 2:18 PM IS
Mythology of Mahakumbh:
According to the legend of Mahakumbh, Is associated with Indra in which the divine garland given by Durvasa was unbearable insult. Indra placed that garland on Airavat’s forehead and Airavat pulled it down and crushed it with her feet. Durvasa consequently gave a terrible curse, which caused chaos in the whole world. The subjects woke up from uneasiness and famine. By the grace of Narayan, the process of sea-churning led to the appearance of Lakshmi, in which rain began to fall and the suffering of the farming class was cut.
The demons, who were deprived of amritpana, hid the Kumbh in Nagalok from where Garuda rescued it and in the same context, the places where they placed the urn before reaching Kshirsagar became famous as the Kumbh sites.According to another legend of Mahakumbh, The second story is related to the Sautiyadah of Prajapati Kashyap’s two wives. Controversy ensued over whether Sun’s horse is black or white. Whose thing will turn out to be false will become a maid. Kadru’s son was Nagaraja Vasu and Vineta’s son was Vaanteya Garuda. Kadru inspired his Nagavans to cover the blacks of the Sun with their blackness and consequently Vinata lost. In order to free herself from the helpless crisis as a maid, Vinata asked her son Garuda, then he asked how this could happen. Kadru made a condition that whenever someone brings Vasuki-protected Amrit-Kumbh from Naglok, I will give him freedom from slavery.
Vinata entrusted this responsibility to his son in which he succeeded. Garuda went to the ashram situated on the Gandhamadan mountain in Uttarakhand of his father Kashyap Muni, while being a landlord with the nectar urn. On the other hand, Vasuki gave information to Indra. Indra attacked Garuda four times and spilled the nectar of Kumbh at all four famous places, which led to the concept of Kumbh festival. (Disclaimer: The information and information given in this article is based on general information. Hindi news18 does not confirm these. Contact the concerned specialist before implementing them.)