Nashik: The Kumbh Mela finally comes to an end on August 11; and while the river has swelled to capacity with the onset of monsoon, the Godavari is once again filled with drainage, sewage and other
At the dawn of time Lord Vishnu made gods and demons join in churning the milky oceans to extract an elixir of eternal life.
With the National Green Tribunal (NGT) on Wednesday asking Haridwar administration to submit reports on May 27 on measures taken by civic bodies to stop plastic use in the city, officials were seen
The sacred Ramkund, that went dry for the first time after 139 years, was filled in time by the civic body for the Gudi Padwa and Kumbh Parva religious rituals on April 8.
Ramkund, the sacred bathing ghat on Godavari and the epicentre of the Kumbh Mela in Maharashtra, has dried up after 139 years.
Green, clean, peaceful and pollution-free — expressions that once described the beauty of Haridwar have today become mere words.
HARIDWAR: The ban imposed by the National Green Tribunal (NGT) on the use of plastic along the Ganga from Gaumukh to Haridwar with effect from February 1 has apparently not had much effect in the h
Traditionally, the Kumbh Mela is held after every 12 years. As per the estimate of the state, lakhs of sadhus and devotees took the ‘holy’ bath on September 13, 2015.
Division Bench questions the decision as the State is reeling under drought
The Bombay High Court on Monday said the decision of the BJP-led State government to release water from the Gangapur dam for ‘shahi snan’ at the Kumbh Mela instead of using it for areas with scarci
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