From 11 to 14 April, the stoppage of all trains at Haridwar railway station was canceled. Travelers arriving here will now be dropped off at Haridwar at Roorkee, Jwalapur and Luxor railway stations.
From 11 to 14 April, the staging of all trains at Haridwar railway station was canceled. Travelers arriving here will now be dropped off at Haridwar at Roorkee, Jwalapur and Luxor railway stations.
A huge crowd is reaching Haridwar Mahakumbh. At the same time, there is also a risk of corona infection. A royal bath will be held at Kumbh from 12 to 14 April. The first royal bath of Kumbh has taken place on 11 March. The second royal bath will take place on 12 April on the day of Chaitra Amavasya and Somavati Amavasya. Along with this, there will be a royal bath on Aries Sankranti on 14 April. Mahakumbh has deep faith in Hindus. Due to this, a large number of devotees arrive on the occasion of the royal bath.
Seeing the crowd of devotees, the administration has made a plan to control the crowd coming from the trains. Due to this, devotees will not be able to reach the Daireet Haridwar station from 11 to 14 April. For this, passengers will have to get down at Jwalapur and Roorkee Laksar station. From here, devotees will have to take the shuttle facility from the fixed railway station to reach Kumbh. The administration has already tightened the rules regarding Corona. Devotees coming to Kumbh will have to undergo RT PCR test 72 hours in advance. He will be given entry in Haridwar only after negative report.
Kumbh will run till 30 AprilThe Kumbh Mela, which started from April 1, will run till April 30. During this, there will be three royal baths in the Kumbh Mela. In this, all the 13 Akhada Naga Sadhus and Mahamandaleshwar Main Ghat will take a dip of salvation and wellness at Bramhkund on the foot of Har. On April 12, lakhs of devotees will take the royal bath along with all thirteen akharas on Somavati Amavasya, Vaisakhi bath on 14 and Shahi Snan days on 17 full moon day.