Celebrated In: India
Celebrated By: (Hindu)
Purnima implies the full moon day and accepted to be an exceptionally favorable day in Hindu religion. Paush Purnima is the day of full moon that falls in Paush month as stated by Hindu timetable.
Magh mela snan begins in Allahabad on this day at Prayag Triveni Sangam and consequently this day is acknowledged as extremely favorable. It is accepted to be exceptionally blessed to have shower in this mela and accordingly such a variety of individuals partake in this magh mela snan.
As stated by North Indian timetables, it is the latest day of Paush month however it is the fifteenth day of Paush month as stated by different schedules that are followed in Gujarat, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, and so forth.
As stated by the conviction of Hindu religion, it is exceptionally propitious to scrub down in punya snan at Triveni Sangam or at whatever possible area of heavenly streams like Ganga, Brahmaputra, and so on. It is said that by cleaning up in these waterways, an individual can dispose of all his wrongdoings.
Celebrations that are commended on Paush Purnima are Shakambari Jayanti and Shakambari Purnima. It is the latest day of Paush navratras.