Vrindavan Kumbh Mela Saint Will Drink Ganga Jal and Bath in Yamuna Water – Vrindavan Kumbh: Sages will drink Gangajal, will bathe in Yamuna water, five ghats will be built for worship


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The saints and saints coming to the Kumbh Mela to be held in Vrindavan will get Ganga water to drink and take a bath in Yamuna. A 13-km pipeline is being laid to take Gangajal to the saints, while the bath will be on five ghats, of which one ghat is ready and four ghats will be built. Seeing the preparations for the Magh Mela in Prayagraj, the team of officials of Mathura has returned. Officials say that the rules of Kovid-19 will be followed on a priority basis in Kumbh. At the same time, officials will also meet soon with the saints.

Nagendra Pratap Singh, Meladhikari of Vrindavan Kumbh Mela and CEO of Brij Tirth Vikas Parishad said that from Mathura, officials of Municipal Corporation, Development Authority, PWD, Fire Department had gone to Prayagraj. All officers returned late on Saturday. He informed that in the preparations for Magh Mela, the guidelines of Kovid-19 have been given priority.

Vrindavan Kumbh: The system will be ready, cleanliness will be like Prayagraj in the fair

Under this, the use of masks and sanitizers, social distance will be followed. Special care will be taken during group worship, mass meals and bathing. Special attention has been paid to the provision of drinking water. Ganga water has been arranged for drinking here. A pipeline has been brought from Gokul barrage to the site of Ganga water fair. A ghat is already ready for bathing, four ghats will be built, so that there is enough space for bathing. Ghat construction work is going on.

The Meladhikari said that a meeting will be held soon with the saints of Vrindavan, in which talks will be held regarding the arrangements of Magh Mela. District Fire Officer Pramod Sharma said that arrangements have been made to stop six policemen in place of nine in the policemen’s tent, so that Kovid’s guidelines can be followed.

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  • Kovid-19 rules will be followed on priority
  • Officers will meet soon with the saints of Vrindavan

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The saints and saints coming to the Kumbh Mela to be held in Vrindavan will get Ganga water to drink and take a bath in Yamuna. A 13-km pipeline is being laid to take Gangajal to the saints, while the bath will be on five ghats, of which one ghat is ready and four ghats will be built. Seeing the preparations for the Magh Mela in Prayagraj, the team of officials of Mathura has returned. Officials say that the rules of Kovid-19 will be followed on a priority basis in Kumbh. At the same time, officials will also meet soon with the saints.

Nagendra Pratap Singh, Meladhikari of Vrindavan Kumbh Mela and CEO of Brij Tirth Vikas Parishad said that from Mathura, officials of Municipal Corporation, Development Authority, PWD, Fire Department had gone to Prayagraj. All officers returned late on Saturday. He informed that in the preparations for Magh Mela, the guidelines of Kovid-19 have been given priority.

Vrindavan Kumbh: The system will be ready, cleanliness will be like Prayagraj in the fair, under this, use of masks and sanitizers, social distance will be followed. Special care will be taken during group worship, mass meals and bathing. Special attention has been paid to the provision of drinking water. Ganga water has been arranged for drinking here. A pipeline has been brought from Gokul barrage to the site of Ganga water fair. A ghat is already ready for bathing, four ghats will be built, so that there is enough space for bathing. Ghat construction work is going on.

The Meladhikari said that a meeting will be held soon with the saints of Vrindavan, in which talks will be held regarding the arrangements of Magh Mela. District Fire Officer Pramod Sharma said that arrangements have been made to stop six policemen in place of nine in the policemen’s tent, so that Kovid’s guidelines can be followed.


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