The 55-day Maha or Great Kumbh Mela Hindu festival in Allahabad is the largest religious gathering in the world begins on Jan. 14 in Allahabad, India. Expected to be the biggest religious gathering of humanity on Earth. It’s really a epic moment to see those moments, so here we collected best photos from the The Great Kumbh Mela Festival.
A devotee prays while others take a dip at Sangham, the confluence of the rivers Ganges, Yamuna and mythical Saraswati, at day break.
Newly arrived Hindu devotees pause to look at the vast grounds which will receive the millions of Hindus that will congregate here.
A Sadhu, or holy man, walks with his earthly posessions on the vast grounds which will receive the millions of Hindu devotees that will congregate during Jan. and Feb.
Sadhus walk past a sand decoration after performing a ritual prayer at the water’s edge at the Sangham.
A Devotee smeared with ash prays at the waters edge before taking a dip at the Sangham
Devotees crowd the edge of the Sangham or confluence of the Yamuna and Ganges river at day break.
An Indian Hindu holy man, or Sadhu, blows a conch or horn before taking a bath at Sangam
A Hindu holy man drinks the river Ganges’ water at Sangam.
A Sadhu walks before taking a bath at Sangam.