Kumbh Mela is the most auspicious and largest spiritual gathering on our planet and a true reflection of the Indian culture. This year Kumbh Mela is going to take place in Vrindavan as well as in Haridwar. With the blessings of Paramahamsa Vishwananda, Shree Giridhar Dham ashram together with all the devotees and followers in India irrespective of the religion they follow will have a chance to experience an incredible Indian Cultural event- The Kumbh.

Bathe in Yamuna

With the grace of the Masters, we will have the opportunity to be around many saints that come from Himalayas and all over India to have a Snaan in Holy Yamuna.

Holy Sight-seeing

We will also get an opportunity to visit the holy sites of Vrindavan: Banke Bihari, Radha Raman, Radha Kunda and Govardhan Hill, which welcome all from across the globe irrespective of caste, creed, colour, age, gender or religion.

Stay at the Ashram

Included in the Kumbh Mela we will have exceptional opportunities in our ashram with Atma Kriya Yoga practice, mantra chanting, kirtan, Satsang, Yagnas and daily prayers for all walks of life.

Seva (selfless service)

During this time there will be a many opportunities to do seva in Shree Giridhar Dham Ashram and immerse yourself in Gurujis love and teachings. 

 Approximate Schedule for Kumbh Mela:

6th March: 

7th March: 

8th March: 


9th March: 

Arrival, accommodation, meeting with all the participants

Ashram tour, study sessions on Bhagavad Gita, meeting with Barsana Saint

Trip to Kumbh Mela camp, bandara and kirtan for sadhus

Snaan in Yamuna river, rest, OM-Chanting

10th March: 

11th March: 


12th March: 

13th March: 

14th March: 

Vrindavan temple tour, Radha kund & Govardhan

Seva in preparation for celebration and Maha Shivaratri festival in the Ashram

Bhajan and Vedic chanting classes, free time

Final Snaan in Yamuna river


Contributions in form of donation to Bhakti Marga India (BMI) are welcome in amounts

of 8000, 11000 and 15000. All such donations are subject to 80 G deduction to the donors.

“The Saints come to show us that they are normal human beings and they have

achieved Oneness with God, showing that we can all do it also.”

– Paramahamsa Vishwandanda