After the sunrise, after bathing, bath in the Ganges. Ganga has to be bath three times in 24 hours. The first bath occurs before sunrise, second on noon and third evening. Making donations every day as much as possible. Eat only once in 24 hours. Only Satvic food is required. Do not leave happiness or leave the drought area. Sleep in the ground Stay away from all kinds of amenities. Instead of sleeping on free time, read religious books instead of sleeping. Always speak the truth Do not bring wrong thoughts to anyone in the mind. Hear at least four hours discourse in 24 hours. Wearing gentle clothes. After eating food for the saints every day some food. Drinking water in the Ganges.
Ø During the Kumbh, devotees living here is called KALPWAS.
Ø Poetry of 45 days keeps our body healthy.
Ø The importance of Aquarius is for religious and spiritual peace.
The significance of Aquarius being on the banks of Ganga on the Sangam coast of Prayagraj (Allahabad) is not only for religious and spiritual peace but it also improves our physical health. During the Kumbh, devotees living here are called Kalpshas. Experts say that 45 days of Kauravas disease keeps our body healthy in many ways with increasing resistance.
What is Kalpwas
Kalpwas means dwelling on the beach and doing meditation and meditation. People leave their home and stay in tents (cottage) on the banks of Ganga for 45 days. According to the law, the lifestyle of Kalpwas is adopted. It starts with the first bathing of Makarasankranti. Kalpvas Paush remains from the 11th day of the month to the 12th day of Magh month. During this time, people make sacrifices for tenacity, charity, and world peace. During the Kalpvas, the Ganga baths daily, take meditation and participate in Satsang between saints-saints. The diet of the people of Kalpavans is very simple and regular. The lifestyle of Kalpwas is considered to be responsible for the betterment of health.
The lifestyle of Kalpwasi
Health Benefits of Kalpwas
If Kalpwas are seen from a scientific perspective, then it comes out that our bodies are exposed to microorganisms like viruses, viruses, viruses, our body creates antibodies against them. There are particles made of antibody proteins that are formed in our body cells and protect the body from illnesses. If the scientists believe, then come in contact with the other diseases present in the body of other people who come to Kalpwas, and spreading disease-causing micro-organisms, which are already present in nature. As a result of this, antibodies are started in their body against these diseases. In the early days, bathing frequently, large amounts of antibodies are formed in the body. It does not create disease in the body and resistance creates resistance against diseases. In this way, the body is strengthened against dengue, chicken unit, tuberculosis and other such diseases.
Further study is on
In order to understand the facts of scientific grounds for imagination, the science and technology department of the Government of India is being studied this year in Aquarius, on which the report will be prepared after the conclusion of Aquarius. During this time the researchers will collect water and soil samples of the river and learn about their physical, chemical and microbiological characteristics. Apart from this, we are also analyzing the effects on health through the medical check-ups and blood tests of 1,080 people. This assessment is based on 14 indicators of disease resistance, including stress and happiness hormones (cortisol, dopamine, and serotonin). In addition, scientists will also study the geological significance of the religious assembly on a large scale.
Sharing information about the scientific study, the leading scientist of the study, Vanaspati Tripathi, said, “We are living in the era of antibiotic resistance, a problem which increases manifold with the challenges of superbugs. On the contrary, Kumbh Ritual provides a mechanism which naturally helps in combating these problems. Studies will provide the necessary evidence to establish the importance of Aquarius, which is a Vedic heritage. “