The Sindhu Darshan is a recent addition to the cultural map of India. Celebrated on the first full moon day in the month of June, the festival often coincides with Guru Purnima. Though it started only from the year 1997, in the space of a couple of years it has become a big attraction to travellers both from India and abroad, with thousands flocking to Leh to be a part of this celebration.
Pride of Indian Civilisation
The worship of rivers has been an integral part of India’s culture as it is these rivers that nurture, cradle and sustain life. From our study of history, we know that across the world all great civilizations have flourished on the banks of rivers. The Sindhu river which is also referred to as the Indus river symbolises our ancient civilization and has been the basis of our identity. This darshan was started to strengthen the bonds between the people living across this vast country.
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