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2015 Kumbh Mela Calendar with Auspicious Bathing Dates at Nasik

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2015 Kumbh Mela Schedule at Nasik
Kumbh Mela is organized at Nashik at the bank of river Godavari every 12 years, which is popularly known as Sinhasta Kumbha. The recent Mela would be held in year 2015.

Jupiter would transit to Simha Rashi from Karka Rashi on July 14, 2015 (Tuesday). Jupiter would stay in Simha Rashi for a year up to August 11, 2016. When the Sun enters into Simha Rashi while the Jupiter is already in Simha Rashi, Kumbha Mela is organized at Nasik in Maharashtra. In 2015, the Sun would remain into Simha Rashi from August 17, 2015 to September 17, 2015.

The main bathing day during Kumbh Mela falls on Amavasya day when the Sun, the Moon and the Jupiter are positioned in the same Rashi.

Kumbh Maha Snan on

13th
September 2015
(Sunday)
Kumbh Mela Bath
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Kumbh Mela Timings


Kumbh Snan Starts on 17th August 2015 (Monday)
Kumbh Snan Ends on 17th September 2015 (Thursday)
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List of Auspicious Bathing Days during Kumbh Mela
17 August (Monday) Hariyali Teej
26 August (Wednesday) Shravana Putrada Ekadashi
29 August (Saturday) Shravana Purnima, Raksha Bandhan
05 September (Saturday) Krishna Janmashtami
08 September (Tuesday) Aja Ekadashi
13 September (Sunday) Bhadrapada Amavasya, Surya Grahan
16 September (Wednesday) Hartalika Teej, Varaha Jayanti
17 September (Thursday) Kanya Sankranti, Ganesh Chaturthi
18 September (Friday) Rishi Panchami
25 September (Friday) Vamana Jayanti
List of Shahi Snan Days
17 August (Monday) Hariyali Teej
29 August (Saturday) Shravana Purnima, Raksha Bandhan
13 September (Sunday) Bhadrapada Amavasya, Surya Grahan
16 September (Wednesday) Hartalika Teej, Varaha Jayanti
* Snan on Rishi Panchami and Vamana Dwadashi are also auspicious dates but not part of Kumbha Mela as Kumbha would get over with Kanya Sankranti.

* The main bathing day on Amavasya day is listed on Bhadrapada Amavasya as per Purnimanta calendar. However, in Amanta calendars, followed in Maharashtra and Gujarat, the same Amavasya is listed as Shravana Amavasya.
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