Celebration of Kurukshetra Mela
During the Kurukshetra Mela, devotees and pilgrims from all over India meet at Kurukshetra. A ceremony is observed by every person is to take bath in holy water of the sacred tanks - ‘Sannihit Sarovar’ and ‘Brahma Sarovar’. The whole surroundings become heavenly and religious with several activities.
The weeklong Mela is celebrated with major attractions like ‘shloka recital’, ‘dance performances’, ‘Bhagwad Katha reading’, ‘Bhajans’, ‘Dramas’, ‘Book Exhibitions’ and ‘free Medical check-up camps’. The Mela is organised by Kurukshetra Development Board, Haryana Tourism, District Administration, North Zone Cultural Centre Patiala and Information and Public Relations Department Haryana. Many people come here for the salvation on such occasions. Kurukshetra has been the germinating ground of the essence of Hinduism. It is one of the holy towns that have borne the imprint of Lord Krishna’s footsteps.
Visiting information of Kurukshetra Mela
Kurukshetra is well connected by roads with foremost cities of Haryana. The nearest airport is at New Delhi. Pehowa is 14.5 kms from Kurukshetra Railway station to reach Kurukshetra.
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