Rajim Kumbh Mela is an annual religious fair of Hindus that continues for fifteen days in the Rajim, Raipur district of state Chhattisgarh.The fair is observed as the most auspicious ritual bath by Hindus at the triveni, confluence of three rivers Mahanadi, Sondur and Pairi near Rajim. The fair is attend by lakhs of people throughout the India and became the utmost point of devotion and belief.
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Rajim Kumbh starts from the Purnima of Magh and continues till the fifteen days
The Rajim Kumbh is also known as the fifth Kumbh because of its significance, where teh Kumbh mela is held every year.People flock from far flung areas to take a holy dip in the sangam and perform several religious activities.Near rajim popular temples of Kuleshwar Mahadev Temple and Rajiv Lochan are situated where large numbers of people visited and worship the lord Shiva.Religious processions, special poojas are other attractions of the event where vaishnav followers mainly performed the religious practises.