Mahashivratri bath in Prayagraj Kumbh 2019
New Delhi : Kumbh 2019 in Prayagraj is making world records. On Thursday 503 shuttle buses were set up in Prayagraj. There will be a gathering of six thousand artists in Ganga Pandal in this campaign. On March 2, 10 thousand cleaners will record their cleaning work together. These four places will gather at the Crisis Mochan Temple at Arail, Sangam Ghat of Jhansi, Nagaswasukhi Temple on Bakshi Dam and Red Road.
Coming to Mahashivratri, there is a possibility of bathing of 80 lakh pilgrims on March 4. Kumbh Mela administration has been mobilized for the preparations for the last Maha Parva Mahashivaratri's bath of divine and grand Kumbh. From bathing ghats to chakrad plate routes being repaired. Special arrangements are taking place on this festival that this is the last bath and devotes can take holy dip without any discomfort. The fair administration estimates that around 80 lakh devotees will plunge into confluence on the holy occasion of Mahashivaratri.
On Thursday morning 503 buses of Transport Corporation made a 9-kilometer long range and traveled for 12 kms. Chief Secretary of the Transport Department, Aradhana Shukla flagged off the buses. Kanpur Highway established a record by running buses from bypass to Nawabganj bypass, which is a world record. Earlier, there was a record of operation of 390 buses in the name of Abu Dhabi. With this, one more Guinness Book of Record was registered with Prayagraj.