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Trimbakeshwar Temple Kumbh Mela Festival :

During the churning of the ocean, a drop of amruth (nectar) is said to have fallen in Trimbabkeshwar. Because of that, once in 12 years, Kumbhamela is celebrated here when lakhs and lakhs of devotees throng to have a dip in the holy Triveni Sangam of Godavari, Varuna, and Aruna rivers. This religious festival is celebrated four times over 12 years. The site of the Kumbh Mela rotating between four pilgrimage places on four sacred rivers—at Haridwar on the Ganges River, at Ujjain on the Shipra, at Nashik on the Godavari Prayag. Kumbh Mela of Nashik is also known as Trimbak Kumbh Mela. The primary purpose of people coming to the Kumbh Mela is to take a scared bath. Devotees take a scared bath on the banks of the Godavari River, at the Trimbakeshwar Shiva Temple and the Ram Kund in Nashik. Many devotees are coming from all over the world to attain Kumbh Mela at Trimbakeshwar. Trimbakeshwar looks more beautiful in the monsoon season, with the backdrop of lush green scenery,