Luxury Heritage Hotel - Deluxe Room Stay

Habitación privada. Anfitrión: Ujjwal

  1. 2 huéspedes
  2. 1 habitación
  3. 1 cama
  4. 1 baño
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Re - Live the Heritage in a 130 yrs old boutique hotel. Soak up the old world British era charm in the antique furnitures, old artifacts, Burma teak huge doors and a magnificent building.
Relax in the huge lush green gardens or go for a morning or evening jog in the ample open spaces.
Stay in beautifully furnished rooms with all modern amenities.

El alojamiento
Re-Live the Heritage
The erstwhile Harsh / Hotel Barnett's, begins its new journey in a unique & modern avatar. Furnished tastefully and equipped with all the modern state-of-the-art amenities to give you all the comfort you have always deserved . From the outside it retains its old world colonial charm, with a Victorian facade and Lush green gardens on all sides.

The Prayag (Allahabad) Kumbh Mela is the largest and holiest of all melas and is believed to be the most auspicious. On important bathing dates, lakhs of pilgrims take bath on the banks of the holy Sangam. The Purna (complete) Kumbh or Maha Kumbh, the biggest and the most auspicious fair, which falls once every 12 years, is always held in Allahabad. Ardha Kumbh Mela is held every 6th year and the Magh Mela is the annual version of the Kumbh. The main bathing days are known as 'Shahi Snans' or 'Royal Bathing Days'.




The most recent Kumbh Mela was in 2001 in Allahabad and millions of pilgrims took a holy dip in Sangam on the auspicious the Mauni Amavasya on the 24th January 2001. The main bathing days for the Kumbh Mela are: Makar Sankranti, Paush Purnima, Mauni Amavasya, Basant Panchmi, Maghi Poornima and Maha Shivratri



History & Significance of Kumbh Mela

The first written evidence of the Kumbha Mela can be found in the accounts of Chinese traveler, Huan Tsang or Xuanzang (602 - 664 A.D.) who visited India in 629 -645 CE, during the reign of King Harshavardhana. However, the observance dates back many centuries to ancient India's Vedic period, where the river festivals first started getting organised.

The account goes that the demigods had lost their strength by the curse of Durväsä Muni , and to regain it, they approach Lord Bhrama and Lord Shiva than they directed all demigods to Supreme Personalty of Godhead Lord Visnu full stroy read this and after praying to Lord Visnu, He instructed them for churning ocean of milk Ksheera Sagara (primordial ocean of milk) for amrita (the nectar of immortality). This required them to make a temporary agreement with their arch enemies, the demons or Asuras, to work together with a promise of sharing the wealth equally thereafter. However, when the Kumbha (urn) containing the amrita appeared, a fight ensued. For twelve days and twelve nights (equivalent to twelve human years) the gods and demons fought in the sky for the pot of amrita. It is believed that during the battle, Lord Vishnu(Incarnates as Mohini-Mürti) flew away with the Kumbha of elixir spilling drops of amrita at four places: Allahabad, Haridwar, Ujjain and Nashik.

Kumbh Mela is not just a mere festivity like Diwali and Holi, but holds lot of importance for people in India. People look up to Kumbh Mela with highest regard, as this event gives them a golden opportunity to liberate themselves from the miseries and sufferings of life. It enables them to take a holy dip in the sacred water and wash away all the sins they have committed in the past. People come from different parts of the country to be a part of this sacred ceremony. It is believed that taking a holy dip in water paves way for attainment of Moksha.

Dónde vas a dormir

Recámara
1 cama matrimonial

Lo que ofrece este lugar

Wifi
Estacionamiento gratuito en las instalaciones
Televisión y televisión por cable estándar
Aire acondicionado
Desayuno
Apto para fumadores
Disponible para estancias largas
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7 noches en Allahabad

27 de oct. de 2022 - 3 de nov. de 2022

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Dónde vas a estar

Allahabad, Uttar Pradesh, India

Civil Lines area where the hotel is located is the main market area of the city with the best of shopping and food and transport options all within walking distance.

Anfitrión: Ujjwal

  1. Se registró en julio de 2012
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