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P R A Y A G R A J

  • Prayagraj is a beautiful city situated at the confluence of the Rivers Ganga, Yamuna, and Saraswati. The city draws the attention of pilgrims and heritage lovers from all over the world as it opens the traveller to a world of mythological and spiritual wonders. Prayagraj is a fusion of sanctity, religion, traditions, history, and architecture which offers varied experiences from historical to religious. is one of the destinations which holds the Kumbh Mela, world’s largest congregation of devotees. For the Mughals, the city had a great strategic importance to control their empire, and it also became a prominent administrative hub for the British era. The city was the nerve centre of activities during India’s Freedom Movement. Several eminent national leaders were born on this land. has also played a leading role in the development of Hindi and Urdu literature. The city has been described in ancient scriptures as ‘Teerthraj’, the holiest pilgrimage centre and is indeed a perfect place to have a soulful escape.

SANGAM AND THE GHATS

  • Sangam is the renowned spot for holy dip and offering prayers. This place is also known as Triveni.

    Sangam. ‘Sangam’ meaning meet/merge, is so called because it is the point where the holy Rivers Ganga,Yamuna and Saraswati meet. One can hire boats from the Qila Ghat to see the actual spot where the rivers converge.

    Devotees also take bath in the river water with a belief to shed off their sins and attain ‘moksha’ (salvation). Devotees also immerse the ashes of their deceased relatives to help them achieve Moksha after death. The ghats are filled with swarming crowds. Nearby are the Saraswati and Nehru Ghats where evening Aartis take place.