Maha Kumbha Mela pilgrims impressed with government's arrangements

Maha Kumbha Mela pilgrims impressed with government
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Mysurus Babbling Brook a confluence of three rivers, Cauvery, Kapila and Spatika Sarovara was thriving with pilgrims on Sunday The small and peaceful town was awhirl with activity as devotees numbering in hundreds flocked to T Narasipura on the first day of the Maha Kumbha Mela on Sunday

Mysuru: Mysuru's 'Babbling Brook’ – a confluence of three rivers, Cauvery, Kapila and Spatika Sarovara was thriving with pilgrims on Sunday. The small and peaceful town was awhirl with activity as devotees numbering in hundreds flocked to T Narasipura on the first day of the Maha Kumbha Mela on Sunday.

Many initiatives were taken by the district administration to ensure cleanliness in T Narasipura. The pilgrims were impressed with the efforts. The lavatories, and bathrooms set up for their convenience drew praise, as did the other facilities arranged for the benefit of the devotees. The floating bridge – a makeshift structure between the Sri Narasimhaswamy and Sri Agastheshwara Swamy temples, located on opposite sides of the Cauvery, also came in for appreciation from the devotees.

This is the 11th edition of the Maha Kumabha Mela, which has its parallel in the significantly more ancient Kumbh Mela that is held once every 12 years in Allahabad, Uttar Pradesh.

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